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Doe Paoro plays November residency at The Hotel Café

An electric and soul-igniting Doe Paoro has released a new single following the events of the presidential election. Paoro speaks of the moments leading up to the final recording of the song: “I couldn’t sing the words I had written to the song. They were not resonating with the overwhelming heaviness and sadness I felt on that morning.” Though the meaning behind the lyrics is one of outrage, her audience has reaped the benefits. Paoro’s beautiful vocals, similar to Florence Welsh, flows with dreamy ease as the mood turns from soft to powerful with every exciting drum tease and piano melody. As we reflect on the past year, let us meditate to the haunting and inspiring sonnet of "Fading Into Black’."

Paoro has announced a residency at The Hotel Café for the month of November. We hope to see you there. - Kayla Hay

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New Track: "One More Step" (Feat. Christina Halladay) - Dirty Fences

Get ready to swoon for Sheer Mag's Christina Halladay and Dirty Fences new collaboration! "One More Step" brings on the old-timey feels, transporting us to the days when people excitedly sat by their radios or diner jukeboxes to hear the latest and greatest tunes. You can find the heartfelt rock ballad on Dirty Fences forthcoming album, Goodbye Love, due out this Friday via Greenway Records. Enjoy!

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Video Premiere: Mike Mentz “Someday"

Chicagoan Mike Mentz is on a mission to personally share his music with the world. He is constantly touring and currently has dates lined up in India, Guatemala, Peru and Puerto Rico.

He recently returned home to create a video for his song “Someday”. It is a creative timelapse video, and utilizes our city as a backdrop. We recently got a chance to asked Mike about the video: "We shot the video for Someday almost entirely in timelapse. I wanted the world to literally fly by this guy while he stared at a screen. My sweet home Chicago provided some super vibrant timelapse backdrops. A River North apartment in the sky, walking the Theatre District, Viagra Triangle from above, and Lake Shore Drive all made for wildly cool cinematic playgrounds."

You can catch Mike at Uncommon Ground (Edgewater) on December 16th.

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New Honey Radar Split Release Available for Streaming & Purchase

Philly's own Honey Radar and Bloomington, Indiana's Mike Adams at His Honest Weight share musical territory on their new split release, Frogman / Weather On, co-issued via Third Uncle Records and Flannelgraph Records. For their part, Honey Radar meshes coarse rough-n-tumble rock with an alluring psych invitation, while their counterpart contrasts with a clairvoyant polish. You can catch Jason Henn and company next Thursday, November 2 at Kung Fu Necktie, as part of a locals-only bill that also includes Dark Web, Andrew Jeffrey Wright, Telepathic, and Soft Crime.

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New Track: "Stop the Sunrise" - Remote Places

Released via Box Theory Records, "Stop the Sunrise" is the new single from the Justin Geller-led electro-rock project Remote Places. Co-produced with Jeff Zeigler, the song wax and wanes from mysterious wafts of keys to palpitating kick-drum action, courtesy of Pissed Jeans' Sean McGuinness. Guitar flourishes are also provided by former Pink Skull partner-in-crime Julian Grefe, with Mikele Edwards (Myrrias) on piano and vocal harmony, contributing to the track's danceable AM haze.

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