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Aitis Band @ Empty Bottle (10/15)

Aitis Band have released their self-titled debut album. This is experimental LoFi Post-Punk, and truly original in every way.

You can catch Aitis at Empty Bottle on October 15th with B Boys and The Knees.

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The Few @ Hungry Brain (10/13)

Improvisational Acoustic trio The Few are releasing a new album, Beauty at Low Temperatures, on October 13th via Two Cities Records. The two 27 plus minutes tracks were recorded at the Hideout and May Chapel in 2017 and 2018.

The Few is the work of Macie Stewart of Ohmme (violin / voice), Charlie Kirchen (bass) and Steve Marquette (guitar).

You can catch The Few at Hungry Brain on October 13th celebrating the release of this album.

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Jupiter Styles "Ultra St. Opera"

Jupiter Styles (aka Sean Neumann) has released the first few singles from his forthcoming album Ultra St. Opera which is due out October 25th. The most recent single is called “Supermodel”, but all three can be streamed below.

You can catch Jupiter Styles at Burlington Bar on November 16th with Special Death, Nectar, and Dan Durley.

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Dan Derks "Phylum"

Dan Derks released his latest album, “Phylum”, last week via the new label from Omar Akrouche and Zander Raymond, Proun Press.

This, the labels third release, is lush, warm, ambient music that will playfully fill any space you play it in. It is available digitally, but the 25 cassette tape run has been sold out.

Derks also hosts an amazing local podcast called “Sound + Process” that explores music with those whom create it.

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Born Days "Is This Reality?"

Born Days saw the release for her latest album, Where We Live, last week. The album’s latest single is called “Is This Reality?”, and can be streamed below.

You can catch Born Days at The Wisco in Madison on October 19th with Fauvely and The Fancy Pears.

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