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Joan of Arc Covers “First Song For B”

Joan of Arc and Joyful Noise have released a cover of the Devendra Banhart song “First Song For B”. This is a part of the Joyful Noise VIP 7” single series called “Cause & Effect”. The B-Side of the single find’s Banhart covering “Shown and Told” from Joan of Arc’s 2008 album, Boo Human.

You can catch Joan of Arc on August 17th at Sleeping Village.

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Gia Margaret "Smoke"

The second single, “Smoke”, from Gia Margaret’s forthcoming LP, There’s Always A Glimmer, was released today. This is a stunningly beautiful piano ballad that perfectly showcases softness and grace in Margaret’s voices. This track almost reaches the ethereal sound of a Juliana Barwick, and shows exactly why this album need’s to be owned when it released on July 27th.

You can help Gia Margaret celebrate the release of her debut album at Hideout on July 26th with Brendan Losch and Advance Base.





Arken Nino "Snakes & Ladders"

Arken Nino is back with his sophomore album, Snakes & Ladders, which is due out on July 20th via Seven Oddities. This is the follow-up to his 2012 debut Amphibious, and it features contributions from Clever One, Slarebody, Heidi Everfresh, and many more. The album’s first single is called “Coming Up" and can be stream below.

You can help Nino celebrate the release on the album on July 20th at Moe’s Tavern.

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Psymon Spine to bring experimental psychedelic jams to Elsewhere on 07.25

On the surface, Psymon Spine may not seem like the kind of band that plays spiritual music, but they are a spiritual group. According to the bio on their website, the PSY part of their name stands for psychedelic parts of their music, while the MON stands for the harmonious nature in which they traverse genres of the past, present and future. The SPINE stands for the interconnected nature of the music: the connecting tissue between the band and the listener. The bio reads like scripture and the music embodies faith. A faith that a combination of folk, classical, electronic, drone, and plain old rock music will actually meld into a cohesive vision. And for the most part, this faith pays off. The songs that consist of their 2017 album You Are Coming To My Birthday find the familiar elements of each genre and amplifies them so the constant genre shifts and blurred hypnosis they conjure up always feels natural, if not engaging. It’s music that plays off the expectation of the listener in the best way; it lulls them into a dream state before inverting that dream into a wholly new creation to illustrate the beauty in everything. You can stream their album below and see Psymon Spine play at Elsewhere on July 25. -Tucker Pennington





Artería Verité

Artería Verité is the supergroup consisting of Minneapolis rapper Sims, producer ICETEP, and Chicago’s Air Credits (ShowYouSuck & Steve Reidell of Hood Internet). The group released their first single, “Octadant”, this week from their forthcoming self-titled debut coming August 3rd via Doomtree.

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