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underhand

Instrumental rock trio underhand are preparing to release their latest album, The Secret History of Nothing, this Friday, September 20th. They recently released the album first single, “Nothing Part III”.

These are the the atmospheric sounds of Courtney Grove (Drums), Rod Hentringer (Bass), and Michael Hayden (Guitar).

You can catch underhand on September 28th at Jambalaya Arts in Oshkosh, WI.

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Return Fire “Product of Abuse”

Thrash Metal band Return Fire has released the first single, “Product of Abuse” from their self-titled debut album which is set for release on September 27th.

This is the work of Kevin Jame (vocals), Joe Nunez (drums), Scott Cohen (guitar) and Vince Salvador (bass).

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Numerical Control Society

Sludge Rocker Numerical Control Society are preparing to release their debut EP, Circular Reasoning For Squares, on September 27th. The band release a video, awhile back, of them rehearsing the EP’s closing track “Arvo”.

This is the work of Samuel Bloom, Steve Kiraly, Michael Klayman, and Matthew O’Dell.

You can catch them on October 11th at Burlington Bar with Arriver and Marmora.

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Fran “Company”

Fran has released visuals for the first single, “Company”, from their forthcoming debut LP, A Private Picture, which will be released via Fire Talk on November 15th.

This is primarily the work of Maria Jacobson, and the video below was directed by Reilly Drew.

You can help Fran celebrate the release of her album on November 23rd at the Hideout.





Canter "Call It Safe"

Synth Pop band Canter has released the first single, “Call It Safe”, from their forthcoming album which will be released next month via Lakeshore Records.

You can catch Canter at Sleeping Village on October 15th to celebrate the digital release of their album. You can also catch them at Livewire Lounge on November 23rd with Protector 101, Street Cleaner, and Replicant.

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