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Diagonal @ Empty Bottle (7/2)

Diagonal announced this week that their new album, Tomorrow, will be released on July 2nd via Midwest Action. Diagonal is Psych Rock of Dan Jarvis (Guitar / Keys), Alex Brumley (Guitar), Andy Ryan (Vocals), Dale Price (Bass), Silas Mishler (Guitar / Vocals), and Chris Detlaff (Drums).

The new album feature their two 2017 singles, “Control” and “True”, and a track from their 2016 self-titled debut, “Wide Eyed”.

You can help Diagonal celebrate the new album at Empty Bottle on July 2nd with Plastic Crimewave Syndicate, Lake of Fire, and Black Road.

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Matthew Lux’s Communication Arts Quartet

Matthew Lux’s Communication Arts Quartet is releasing their debut album, Contra/Fact, on vinyl this Friday, June 22nd, via Astral Spirits Records. The Quartet is Mikel Patrick Avery, Ben Lamar Gay, Jayve Montgomery, and Matthew Lux. The album was previously released in 2017, but this version is an entirely new edit of the album by Leroy Bach, complete with a new running order, and transitions.

Below is a Kim Alpert directed video for “Paw Paw” from Contra/Fact.

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Welles plays the Basement 6/28

 Welles is from a very small town in Arkansas called Ozark, which gives context for the nostalgia at the forefront of his song "Seventeen." It starts small, with Welles' voice accompanied by an acoustic guitar, but builds into a gritty, anything-goes rock chorus that feels like it represents the emotional conundrum of being a teenager. "I can see past your short hair / tellin' me that you don't care / he ain't here but he's somewhere / I'm all fucked up so I don't care" are some of my favorite lines in song to date. A little honesty goes a long way. Catch Welles live at the Basement 6/28. -Geena Kloeppel

 

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Beth White is sweetly soulful in 'Soul Evolution', plays Douglas Corner Cafe 6/22

 Beth White's record Soul Evolution is lush, sweet, and warm. "Work This Out" makes use of a tasteful horn section and showcases a gospel choir, and "If It Makes You Happy" is so delightfully serene that it made me smile. But easy-going songwriting and arrangement aside- White's voice is stunning. It's powerful but not in an intrusive way, and her vocal runs are nuanced and stretched so that you just want to hear more of them. White takes influence from Norah Jones and Amy Winehouse, but infuses a dose of sunshine. She plays the Douglas Corner Cafe tomorrow, 6/22. -Geena Kloeppel

 

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Video Premiere: "A Cold Wind" - Dominy

Featured on the Wet Leather LP, we’re happy to premiere the new video for “A Cold Wind” from Dominy. Cruising in the twilight hours, director Lauren Tepfer captures the single's gradual, pensive, road-weary vibe. It wears into you with a steady, semi-spoken, tell-it-like-it-is wisdom, reinforced by the hearth-glowing harmony, the twinkle of the keys, and resonating, home-welcoming, peddle steel/slide. This feels like one of those songs that one basks in, after a long night and maybe a few beverages.  You can catch an intimate, acoustic set with Dominy next Friday, June 29 at The Music Ward, joined by Rentboy, Rylan, and All Boy/All Girl. (Photo by Brittany Cook)

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