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Ace Reporter @ Schubas

Ace Reporter are launching the summer with a hometown show. It's the one year anniversary of the release of their album Yearling and it has been a big year of acclaim for the band. Below is their Audiotree performance from back in October.

You can catch Ace Reporter at Schubas on June 19th with Noise FM and Wired Minds.

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Ace Reporter Shares St. Vincent Cover

Ace Reporter recently released a cover of St. Vincent's song "Year of The Tiger". The band, fronted by Chris Synder, released their latest album Yearling XL back in April.

You can catch Ace Report at Milwaukee's Summerfest in July and at Schubas on August 23rd.

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Ace Reporter "Stick To"

Ace Reporter announced the reissue of their full-length debut album, Yearling XL, today by dropping a compelling new video for "Stick To". Chris Synder fronts the four piece band and Yearling XL is based on the year his spent writing and recording one new song every day back in 2010 after his last band, The States, broke up. The new edition of the album will be released on April 22, 2014 via Ooh La La Records and features several bonus tracks.

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Josh's CMJ 2012 Day 5: Tallahassee, Ace Reporter, Hippy, Black Wing Halo, Automatic Children

Well, isn’t this bittersweet. After running the CMJ Marathon, I’m certainly exhausted, but I’m definitely sad to see it go. CMJ was so life encompassing that it’ll probably take me a week or so to adjust back to the normal day-to-day. If you happened to be standing by any door this week and I, out of habit, hand you my driver’s license and put my wrist out to be stamped, then I’d like to apologize in advance. Read Josh Johnson's report of CMJ's Day 5 here. - In the picture and Streaming: Black Wing Halo

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Deli CMJ Indie Pop/Rock Stage at Spike Hill with Eytan & The Embassy, Mother Feather, Motive, The Last Royals + more

DETAILS ABOUT THIS SHOW & STREAMING COMPILATION OF ALL FEATURED BANDS HERE 

For Wednesday's Deli CMJ showcase at Spike Hill, expect a sweet crescendo from the sprightliest to the raunchiest of our pop/rock picks. Headlining the first half of the evening, featuring five of the city's upcoming Indie Pop artists, we're offering you the eccentricities of Eytan & The Embassy and the passionate ballads of duo The Last Royals, whose debut album is on the way. These two will be joined by Flying Points, a new record on the way, who will be opening show, followed by Fast Years, whose latest music video you should definitely be checking out if you haven't already, and the only solo artist of the lot, Ace Reporter.

Subtle transition into the second part of the night, Motive will be the first headliner of our Alt Rock stage, opening the dance with their delectable indie rock before co-headlining cock-rock outfit Mother Feather comes to take over with its flamboyant tease of an act, heating the crowds up for the last two bands of the evening. Next up will be self-dubbed 'weird rock' troubadours New Beard, and to conclude the night, you'll be entertained by the contemporary intepretations of back-to-basics rock&roll formulas served up by Raccoon Fighter. - In the pictures: Eytan & the Embassy and Mother Feather.

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