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Spaces of Disappearance "Mr. Nobody"

Spaces of Disappearance recently released a new single called “Mr. Nobody”. This is the project of Elaine HD, and this is the first single from her forthcoming EP, The Eye.

You can catch Spaces of Disappearance at Happy Gallery Chicago on May 18th with Lord, The Roalade Dahls, and Flux Corsair.

Rookie "One Way Ticket"

Rookie released their debut single, “One Way Ticket”, last week. This is a a throwback to ’70’s rock in the purest way, and is a refreshing straightforward approach. Several local musicians are looking to ’70’s for inspiration right now, but Rookie seems to be taking it to a whole new level.

You can catch Rookie at Demma's Bar & Girl in Oak Lawn with Bad Bad Meow, Family of Geniuses, and Safespace on May 5th. They will be also be performing at Schubas on June 23rd with The Slaps and Jude Shuma.

Evan Ireland "Black Benz"

Evan Ireland, Co-Founder of Kept Collective, has released a new single called “Black Benz”. Ireland has released a series of singles over the last year, including “Homebody” last November, but this new track seems to be a cut above. From production to melody, to style, “Black Benz” shows a tremendous amount of promises for Ireland and Kept Collective.


Joan of Arc's "Punk Kid"

Joan of Arc has shared a video for their new single “Punk Kid”. The song is taken from their forthcoming LP, 1984, which is due out via Joyful Noise on June 1st. The video was directed by Mike Gibisser and is part live performance, part collaborative art video. The video finds heroism in the everyday lives of the band’s family and friends: real punk kids.

You can catch Joan of Arc at Sleeping Village on August 18th.


Ric Wilson "Split"

Ric Wilson has released the first single, “Split”, from his forthcoming EP, Banba. This is the follow-up to Wilson’s highly acclaimed 2017 EP, Negrow Disco. “Split” features a contribution from Sen Morimoto and was produced by Hirsh. Wilson had this to say about the track, “I wrote ‘Split’ in the middle of a relationship that was going south. The song is about how sometimes the best decisions you'll make in life are the ugliest and hardest, but the healthiest for you”.

 Banba will be released on May 18th via Innovative Leisure and will feature help from Patrick Pryor, Erica Rene, Deme Truest, and Niko The Great.


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