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The Eradicator @ Cobra Lounge (10/25)

The Eradicator is back and are preparing to release their sophomore LP, Peak Eradicator, on October 4th. The Hardcore, Squash playing, Ski Mask wearing punk band have release two singles thus far, “I’mma Be Me” and “You’ve Gotta Go”.

This is the work of Andy  Slania  (vocals), Steve Maury (lead guitar), Scott Thomson  (guitar), Ryan Bollis  (bass, vocals), and Danny Walkowiak (drums).

You can catch The Eradicator on October 25th at Cobra Lounge with Dollar Signs, Wm Covert, Slaughter Rule.

photo by John Thompson

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Commonweather "Sugar Sun"

Commonweather have released a new EP called “Sugar Sun”. The EP’s lead single and opening track, “Mellow Drama” is accompanied by the fun Tyler Cipriani directed video below.

You can catch Commweather at Subt on September 21st with Fight Club, ColdBrew, and The Religion.

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underhand

Instrumental rock trio underhand are preparing to release their latest album, The Secret History of Nothing, this Friday, September 20th. They recently released the album first single, “Nothing Part III”.

These are the the atmospheric sounds of Courtney Grove (Drums), Rod Hentringer (Bass), and Michael Hayden (Guitar).

You can catch underhand on September 28th at Jambalaya Arts in Oshkosh, WI.

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New Queen Jesus Album Available for Streaming & Purchase

Dedicated to Spenser Spirit Hogans, Queen Jesus recently shared a new album, titled Glass Hat, which is available on cassette via Stereophonodon Records. Coasting along in a melodic jangle, with an underlying, unpredictable edge, the record seeps into one’s system in a peaceful, low-key yet well-honed manner. Sink into the shadows of the harmonious haze.

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The Revolution returns on 09.21 with Ryan Egan, Niya Levon and Liberation Era

The performance series The Revolution will hold their Vol. 42 show on Saturday, September 21 at 10:00 pm. This show will highlight three artists from Brooklyn and Harlem, including Niya Levon, Liberation Era, and Ryan Egan. The Revolution has a new volume every month, with three artists from three different genres performing at each one. These shows not only connect the music community in Brooklyn and Harlem, but they also present the opportunity to share their own stories while also spreading awareness and positivity. 

Niya Levon 

A product of a musical family, Niya Levon is influenced by several old school soul artists, including Prince, Luther Vandross, and Lisa Fisher, but also contemporaries like Lady Gaga, Brandy, Justin Timberlake, and Alex Lacamoire. Levon stands out from the crowd with her elegant and fragile voice in single “Sweet Victories,” complementing the light and dainty melody. Levon has worked with several renowned artists, including Stevie Wonder, Earth Wind & Fire, John Legend, Smokey Robinson, Patti LaBelle, Mark Ronson, and Lauren Hill. In 2015 she introduced Real Entertainment Industries (REI), her own nonprofit talent agency, where she works to find new and unique artists.

Ryan Egan 

Singer, producer, and multinstrumentalist Ryan Egan's songs are delicate and smooth, his velvety voice accompanying his rather soft melodies. Egan has released several singles and two EPs, “Postures” and “Fever & Bloom.” Having over 1 million total plays on Spotify, Egan is quickly and seamlessly making a name for himself in the music business. 

Liberation Era

Kyle Shedrick and Jean Mahoney are Liberation Era. Inspired by societal injustice, the duo of home grown musicians takes inspiration from R&B, folk and jazz. Their song, “Quiet the Monster,” is an acoustic tune highlighting Shedrick and Mahoney’s smooth and tender vocals effortlessly harmonizing over the single's mellow and quiet melody. They are currently working on their first EP, the “Liberation Era EP.” 

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