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Blind Adam and the Federal League "All Your Favorite Bands"

Blind Adam and the Federal League have released a new single called "All Your Favorite Bands". This is the first new music from the group since the release of their of 2021 album An Act of Desperation.

The single is a cover of the title track from 2015 album from Dawes.

The group recently had to back out of their remaining dates of their tour with The Bouncing Souls due to Covid related issue. This cost the band some money and left them with a lot of extra merch. You can take a look at with they have for sale here.





Cloud Houses "Know You (Acoustic Version)"

Cloud Houses has released an acoustic version of their 2020 debut single, "Know You". The single also appeared on the six piece Indie Pop group's 2021 debut EP "Heartbreak Soirée".

This is the work of Kendall Parchman, Katie Stack, Trent Henry, Bianca Barcenas, Erol Hasenof, and Bryan Lesser.

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Indign "Exile"

Thrash metal group Indign recently released their sophomore album, Retribution, via GreatApe Records. Now they have released a video for the album's latest single "Exile".

This is the work of Constantin Iliescu (Vocals), Manny Canchola (Vocals, Guitar), Mike Pantano (Guitar), Sean Langworthy (Bass), and Jason Equi (Drums).

You can catch Indign at The WC Social Club in West Chicago on May 27th and at Northern Illinois Metal Fest on June 17th.

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Spread Joy "Repetition"

Spread Joy has released the lead single, "Repetition", from their forthcoming sophomore album, II, which is due out on May 13th via Feel It.

The single is accompanied by the Bárbara Baron directed video below.

You can catch Spread Joy at the Hideout on May 11th with Spllit and Floatie.

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Dear Life Records "You Were Alone"

The Philly based label Dear Life Records recently released a beautifully curated tribute album to one of the finest songwriter's that has ever called Chicago home, Owen Ashworth (Casiotone for the Painfully Alone, Advance Base), callled "You Were Alone: An Owen Ashworth Almanac".

The album features contributions for local musicians Tenci, Serengeti, and Gordon Ashworth, along side an array of musicians like Karl Blau, Pedro the Lion, Dear Nora, and more.

All money from this release will be donated to Beyond Hunger in Oak Park.

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