Wednesday, January 4, 2012

A few Chicago music news bites

  • No plans for Sunday, January 15th? Care to spend the day in "a creepy dark and damp warehouse" with Dastardly? The band is looking for people to be in their next music video on the verge of the release of their new EP, Bury Me in the Country. If you want in, click here for details.
  • Miss Alex White of Chicago's ever-rocking sibling duo White Mystery was recently featured as one of ten female guitarists you should know by Guitar World.
  • Locally-based experimentalists A Lull are set to embark on a winter tour later this month and have a new single, "Some Love," to coincide. You can get it for free now through the end of the tour (2/4) via Mush Records' Facebook page.
  • Gapers Block wrote about some of their best and worst Chicago music-related happenings of 2011.
  • Margot & the Nuclear So and So's have released a new single, "Prozac Rock," from their upcoming album Rot Gut, Domestic (out March 20th). You can download it via Amazon MP3 or iTunes, or get it as a 7" here. Check out a stream below.
Prozac Rock by MargotCloud

1 comment:

  1. Loving the new Margot & the Nuclear track, it's bloody brilliant!