Friday, 11 October 2013 05:00

Mike Stinson

From stone cold honky tonk to some of the stoutest rock you'll ever hear, Mike Stinson writes 'em and sings 'em like music is a life-and-death matter. Dwight Yoakam covered Stinson's "Late Great Golden State."

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Friday, 11 October 2013 05:00

Wake Island

Montreal’s Wake Island is an exchange between four musicians from Lebanon, the USA and Canada. Drawing inspiration from their own cultural differences and enlisting the help of long-time producer Jace Lasek (The Besnard Lakes, Wolf Parade, Suuns), the band crafted an inherently modern sound, informed by eclectic artists such as Grizzly Bear, FOALS and Charles Mingus.

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Friday, 11 October 2013 05:00

Devour the Day

Formed in 2012, DEVOUR THE DAY is born from the brain trust of Joey Chicago (Bass, Vocals, Songwriter) and Blake Allison (Lead singer, Guitar, Songwriter and Producer). Having much success with the band Egypt Central, Blake and Joey sought to break out on their own, writing and producing music without compromise.

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Wednesday, 09 October 2013 05:00

Cameron McGill

Chicago songwriter Cameron McGill has carved out a place for himself through years of relentless touring and a growing list of self-released albums. His sixth, the forthcoming Gallows Etiquette (out October 15) finds McGill in the company of a new band.

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Wednesday, 09 October 2013 05:00

The Noise FM

Brothers Austin and Alex formed The Noise FM in Fort Scott, Kansas, a town of 8,000 in southeast Kansas. Now we live in Chicago, but everyone knows we’re from Kansas because of our accents.

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Wednesday, 09 October 2013 05:00

Red Novella

"Great songwriting, powerfully melodic vocals, fierce playing and a great live show. THIS is what it's all about."

Red Novella has been described as "an equal balance of diligence, humor, fun and METAL."

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Wednesday, 09 October 2013 05:00

Clara May

Described by the Chicago Sun-Times as “a mini-melting pot of new American music” upon the release of its debut album Hush in 2011, windy city-based band Clara May returns with a new album American Desi, scheduled for release on October 8th, 2013.  Like its predecessor, the album explores themes surrounding identity and ethnicity, but this time from a more singular perspective.

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Wednesday, 09 October 2013 05:00

Rory Sullivan

Growing up with small-town roots, between big city living and backcountry roads, it’s no wonder Rory Sullivan developed a unique mix of musical taste. His blending of sounds, ranging from the versatile guitar and songwriting of James Taylor, husky voice of Marc Cohn, and contemporary pop sensibilities of John Mayer, allows Rory to create music worthy of the icons that preceded him.

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Wednesday, 09 October 2013 05:00

Patrick Burke

Patrick Burke is an accomplished multi-instrumentalist with more than ten years of experience recording, performing, and teaching. He has been active in the Chicago area music scene for that time and has played with various other artists.

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Wednesday, 09 October 2013 05:00

Pistol Day Parade

Rising from the tough economic times of the Detroit area Pistol Day Parade is regarded as one of the top undiscovered rock acts in the country. Their debut EP, "She Wants More" recorded by Mike Brown (Velvet Revolver , Breaking Benjamin) and released has sold over 7500 physical copies and even thousands more digitally. "She Wants More" featured the demos of,"Rockstar's Girlfriend" which made its debut at 38 on BILLBOARD's Active Rock charts, and the follow-up demo single, "High" both receiving massive airplay in the Midwest.

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