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Live Review + Gallery: Pete Yorn and Michigander at Metro, Chicago, IL (11.19.19)

The world needs more Pete Yorns: singer/songwriters who actually play instruments, have unique voices (literally and figuratively), and who make good music. A novel concept in a time of more disposable music than ever before, right? My first exposure to Pete Yorn was his debut album, Musicforthemorningafter, back in 2001. …

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AFTERMATH Release Lyric Video for “Scientists and Priest;” ‘There is Something Wrong’ Physical Vinyl & CD Available NOW!

Chicago based Progressive Thrash Metal Band AFTERMATH has released the lyric video for “Scientists and Priest.” Originally premiered on Decibel Magazine, “Scientists and Priest” is off of the band’s recently released LP, There is Something Wrong, which is available in physical CD and vinyl in stores and online at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and other retailers …

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BENEATH THE HOLLOW Release Lyric Video for “Spellbound”

Chicago based Heavy Metal Band BENEATH THE HOLLOW has released both a lyric and live video for their newest single, “Spellbound,” available NOW via The Label Group / INgrooves. “Windy city rockers Beneath the Hollow return with their first single to follow up 2018’s Nihilist EP. “Spellbound” builds on the band’s hauntingly melodic approach to heavy music.” …

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Brush With Death Galvanizes Eclectic Songstress Cami Galles Into Releasing Uplifting Soul-pop Solo Debut, “Correlated”

“This album tells an evolutionary story about my past relationships, and how I learned to prioritize my relationship with myself.”— Cami Galles Cami Galles has known since the age of 4 she was here to sing. Yet, over the years, she’s succumbed to her own fears and yielded to the …

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Live Review + Gallery: Stone Temple Pilots, Rival Sons, Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown at Aragon Ballroom in Chicago, IL (09.25.19

Confession: I haven’t followed Stone Temple Pilots since Chester Bennington left the group in 2015. It’s tough enough for a band to reinvent themselves when a well know singer, such as their first frontman, Scott Weiland, leaves. But I thought Chester’s addition to STP was a stroke of genius. He …

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