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Saint Bahr

Saint Bahr is the indie pop sounds of 18 year old Mia Bahr. She released her debut EP, “chi”, this week which explores her life as a queer person of color growing up in Chicago.

If that wasn’t enough to hook you in, the EP also feature production work from Illuid Haller. This EP follows a recent wave in high quality independent pop coming out of Chicago and around the world. At 18, Mia Cleary has an incredible career ahead of her and this EP is an inimate, honest, collection of  lyrics over fun and inventive beats. 





New Music Video: "Heaven's Servant" - Korine

New Arrangements, the debut LP from the duo of Korine, is scheduled for release on Halloween via Born Losers Records. Directed by band members Morgy Ramone and Trey Frye, the new video for “Heaven’s Servant” occupies the dynamics of an haunting dream, while its protagonist navigates hallowed grounds. The bouncy, tormented electropop causes one to pause and ponder, before propelling you to the dance floor. Embrace the darkwave grooves tonight at The Barbary, where they'll be joined by Lust for Nothing, X88b88, and Wingtips, with DJ sets from Void Vision's Shari Vari.

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Uma Bloo "Lullaby" Video

Uma Bloo has released the video for her single “Lullaby”. The video was directed by Violet Royal and is as dark and sultry as Uma Bloo’s vocals.

You can catch her at Hideout on Sept 28th with Seasaw and Dream Version.





Cafe Disko "Everyday"

Electronic production duo Cafe Disko released a new single, “Everyday”, last week via Dirty Blonde Records. The track features Aes Waves blending elements of EDM and Hip Hop.

This is the duo’s third single of 2018.

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New Track: "Lil Dreamer" - Davey and the Chains

Shimmy, the forthcoming full-length LP from Davey and the Chains, is due out September 14 via Tank Beach Tapes. Strands of slide guitar merge into backend, crafting an airy, infectious groove on “Lil Dreamer”. A breakup song told as a tale of escape and moving on; the single feels like cool breeze while traveling in the twilight. A crisp R&B/soul vibe lifts in a rejuvenating, dance-generating sense of freedom.

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