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Childspeak Explores Reality

Post-math rock band Childspeak released their latest album Indulgent Endeavors last March, and it’s dreamy instrumentalist really speaks to the ways the band has grown. The album is mature and thoughtful. Indulgent is an apt name, as the band really takes the time to steep in every emotion instrumentals can produce. The band also plays around with the subjectivity that controls these emotions. As guitarist Bri Haber explains, “Reality is sculpted by a person's individual experience and is intrinsically subjective.” Childspeak makes room in its music, not only for their own individual realities but for the realities of their listeners as well.

Childspeak is playing a show this Friday, June 7th at Sessions Music Lounge. Long Hallways and Gazelle(s) will also be playing. 

-By Nick Hartman, photo by Sam Gehrke 

 

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Poor Calvin “Sleepless Lullaby”

Poor Calvin recently released the first single, “Sleepless Lullaby”, from their forthcoming debut album, Optimism Inc, which is due out July 19th.

This is rock, blues, and Americana of Brian Doherty (Vocals & Guitar), Evan Opitz (Guitar), Jimmy Kowalczyk (Drums), and Kevin McMahon (Bass)

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Indie Rock

Time: 
19:00
Band name: 
Lacroix
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://facebook.com/music_lacroix
Venue name: 
The Silverlake Loung
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Post-punk-inspired rockers The Wants debut new single, play Union Pool 06.30

Each instrument in The Wants’ new single “Ape Trap” (streaming) has its grand entrance: a vigorous drum beat is followed by a gruff bassline, then by a sinister-sounding guitar riff, as smooth vocals creep in. The song draws you in, grips you, and does not let go easily. The single blends elements of pop and post punk with a mechanical feel reminiscent of some semi-robotic sounding bands of the early '80s, forging a style that pulls you in multiple directions. The clarity of the recording adds to the track's detached aura as do the lyrics of singer and guitarist Madison Velding-VanDam, both awkwardly abstract and oddly relatable. This band has devised an edgy style that reimagines the sound of post punk in simple but effective ways. You can catch The Wants live on June 30th at Union Pool. - Rene Cobar

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The Off Days Listening Party (6/7)

The Off Days will be hosting a listening party for their debut album, Only Human, on June 7th at FDC Studios.

The band released the second single from the album, “Skinny Dipping”, last month along with a hilarious NSFW video.

The listening party will feature performances from 8:33, Dog Mom, Vision in the Rhythm, and Richienough.

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