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FCKR JR

FCKR JR will be releasing their debut LP, I’m Sorry Mom and Dad, this Friday, August 2nd, via Born Yesterday.

This is work of Ben Grigg of Geronimo!, Whelpwisher on Guitar and vocals, Liz Bustamante on Drums and backing vocals, Emily Bean on Bass, and Emily Wrong on Guitar.

The band has released two singles from the album, “Frogs” and “The Pain and Sleep Department”.

You can help the group celebrate the release of the album on August 2nd at 7th Street Space in DeKalb, IL.

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Push33 @ The Underground Lounge (8/31)

Push33 formed in September 1996, and played their last show at Chicago's original Double Door in the summer of 1998. The original line-up was Derbhile Fabie (vocals and keyboards), Steven Perna (guitar), Pete Danos (bass) and CL Fabie (drums). They recently came back together to have so fun and discovered an old collections of demos they had recorded. Now with Max Perna, Steve’s son, on Bass, Push33 recorded and released an album based on these “forgotten songs” called Ode To The Family. The songs on the album, which was released back in April, have that classic ’90’s feel, but with a several nods to current sounds.

You can catch Push33 at The Underground Lounge on August 31st.

Photo by Tina Rogers Nolan

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Wingtips “Deaf Pursuit”

Goth-Pop duo Wingtips, Vincent Segretario and Hannah Avalon, is preparing to release their debut full-length album, Exposure Therapy, on August 23rd via Artoffact Records. The album’s lead single is called “Deaf Pursuit” and is accompanied by the Luke O’Neill direct video below.

You can catch Wingtips at Subt tonight, July 30th, with Hibou and The Hazy Seas. The release event for Exposure Therapy will take place on August 22nd at Late Bar.

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Queen Moo's new record is a tribute to DIY, release show set for 08.25

Faint Sounds of Us Hanging Out is the latest record from Hartford’s Queen Moo, and boy does it intrigue. The album is a lo-fi adventure that gives you the feeling it took place in a bedroom and nowhere else. The instruments have a vivid sound to them: in tracks like “Flinch” electric guitar signals distort and reverberate to unpredictable drum patterns. There are soft piano overtures, trumpet segments, and quirky vocal harmonies, but it is the girt of the production that is most charming. All the vibrancy of the instrumentation has a grainy tinge to it, a real DIY touch. The record places the listener right in the middle of the recording process, hanging out with the band. The album release party is set for August 25th at The State House in New Haven. We are streaming “Periphery” below to get you ready for the show. - Rene Cobar 

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Hood Smoke “Lone Lorraine"

Hood Smoke has released the first single, “Lone Lorraine”, from their forthcoming LP, Congratulations Mr. and Mrs. Wallace, which is due out August 23rd via ears&eyes Records. This is the band’s third studio album and first since 2018’s Cannonball Porch.

Hood Smoke is the soulful rock of Bryan Doherty (bass, vocals), Michael Caskey (drums, piano), Jim Tashjian (guitar, vocals), Matt Gold (guitar, lapsteel), Rob Clearfield (organ, Wurlitzer), Allison Orobia (vocals), and Anthony Gravino (guitar, tambourine).

You can catch Hood Smoke at Hungry Brain on August 23rd.

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