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Elizabeth Moen “Synthetic Fabrics”

Elizabeth Moen has released the latest single, “Synthetic Fabrics”, from her forthcoming album, Wherever You Aren’t, which is due out on November 11th.

When asked about the new single Moen had the following to say; “I wrote the verses [of “Synthetic Fabrics”] when I was staying back with at my parent’s place and unsure of big decisions about my body and future. The chorus lyrics came to me months later on a bus from Dublin to a small town south of there on my way to play a show. Recorded at Fame Studios later that year on a day off on tour. An accumulation of fears, facing them, and support brought this song together.”

You can help Moen celebrate the release of the album at the Hideout on December 9th with Free Range.

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Bye Dad "Domino"

Alt Hip Hop duo Bye Dad recently released a new single called "Domino". This is the duo of Willie Main and Louie Kason and this is the first new music from the pair since 2020.

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Meat Wave "10k"

Punk trio Meat Wave have released the latest single, "10k", from their forthcoming album, Malign Hex, which is due out on October 14th via Swami Records.

This is the work of Ryan Wizniak (drums), Joe Gac (bass) and Chris Sutter (vocals, guitar).

You can catch Meat Wave at The Empty Bottle on November 12th.

Photo credit: Patrick Houdek

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Nora O’Connor "My Heart"

Nora O’Connor has released visuals for the lead single and title track for her forthcoming third solo, My Heart, which is due out via Pravda Records on October 7th.

For this album O'Connor is joined by three of her bandmates from Chicago vocal supergroup, the Flat Five: Casey McDonough supplying vocals, bass and acoustic guitar; Scott Ligon on organ, Wurlitzer and guitars (Casey and Scott are also current members of NRBQ); Alex Hall providing drums, percussion, piano, Wurlitzer, mellotron, vibes, and vocals. In addition, she received contributions from Steve Dawson, Robbie Djersoe, and Jon Rouhouse.

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Push Puppets "Sometimes the Buds Never Flower"

We are proud to be able to premiere the video for the first single, "Sometimes the Buds Never Flower", from the forthcoming album, Allegory Grey, from Push Puppets.

This is the work of singer/guitarist Erich Specht, drummer Greg Essig, bassist John William Lauler, and keyboardist Kyle Magnusson.

You can help Push Puppets celebrate the release of Allegory Grey, which is due out offically September 30th, on October 14th at Hey Nonny in Arlington Heights.

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