Tuesday, January 5, 2010
2010 is sure to be another year of amazing music from the Windy City. There was definitely a lot to love, both local and beyond, in 2009 - documented very well by end-of-year lists from many of our fellow music site buddies (see here, here and here, for example) - but the New Year promises to be even more exciting. One of Chicago's most noteworthy up-and-coming indie acts, Blah Blah Blah, are kicking things off with some new music to watch and download.
You might have caught wind of the band from our recent post on them, or from their inclusion in the Chicago Tribune's article on "Local bands on the verge of breaking big-time," which referred to their sound as "a dazzling bit of '80s Brit-pop jangle." Now they are offering two excellent tracks for download:
"They Don't Dance"
As well as two brand new music videos, which you can check out below.
If you like what you hear, go see Blah Blah Blah play their first headlining show at the Double Door on Tuesday, January 26 with The Rikters, Unearthed and Warren Buckler ($3, tickets here).