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Pivot Gang "Hero" Video

Pivot Gang dropped visuals for the song “Hero” on Halloween. The track is taken from their recently released debut album, You Can’t Sit WIth Us. The track feature Saba, Frsh Waters, and MfnMelo and takes the tracks title literally turning the trio into modern day superhero’s.

You can catch Pivot Gang on November 29th and 30th at Metro for what has become an annual celebration of the life and memory John Walt (aka dinnerwithjohn).

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Single Premiere: Cox’s Army “New Richmond Town”

We are proud to be able to premiere the latest single, “New Richmond Town”, from the Bluegrass Band Cox’s Army. This is the title track from their forthcoming album which is set to be released on November 8th.

The band was formed back in 2016 and consists of 'Cousin' Chuck Cox (Guitar, Lead Vocal) and features Laird Patten (Banjo), Jeff Burke (Mandolin, Baritone Vocal), and Jack Campbell (Bass, Tenor Vocal).

You can help Cox’s Army celebrate the release of their album on November 8th at the Hideout with The Lawrence Peters Outfit and The Family Gold.

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Lala Lala “Spy"

Lala Lala has a new track called “Spy” on the forthcoming Immigrant Rights Benefit compliation from Ruination Records, So Many Singing Vol . 2. They joined on the compilation by 49 other artists including fellow Chicagoans Bill Mackay, V.V. Lightbody, Half Gringa, and Minor Moon.

The album is set to be released on December 6th and the label is currently planning a release event in Chicago on December 13th with details to follow, but with proceeds going to Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights

Lala Lala (aka Lillie West) will be performing at Sleeping Village on January 16th with Nnamdi and Sen Morimoto.

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Hello Yello's dual release, My Life as a Teenage Robot

Oakland-based Hello Yello released two tracks as a duo called My Life As A Teenage Robot. Songs "Lifeguard" and "I Really Loved You," which as the band says are two tracks that lend "...a softer hand to their innovative mash-up of punk and grunge sounds." The project continues a busy year for the group, following the release of their debut EP Love Wins earlier this year, and they just started their North American tour. Catch them and listen in. It's alternative, grunge and something we can't put our finger on. -Lucille Faulkner





Lexica unearth "lost" album, release trippy single "Faint Hue"

Lexica, an experimental group formed in the burgeoning arts scene in mid-Nineties Harlem, have released Lost & Left To Be Imagined, an album which up until now never saw the light of day. The 2002 recording, which featured the trippy proto-EDM stylings of Lorraine Lelis, Stephen Krieger, and Erik Laroi, was well-hyped before its release, but ended up in the dustbin of history. However, the band was finally able to unearth it, and with it, the single "Faint Hue", a shimmering song which features Lelis's layered vocals, the relaxing and haunting beats of Kreiger, and the subtle but powerful guitar work of Laroi. Give this long-lost track a listen for yourself down below. - Will Sisskind

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