Thursday, October 4, 2012

A few Chicago music news bites

  • Windy City rockers Michael Lux & the Bad sons put up a video of a live performance of a new song, "What to Expect," from a recent Empty Bottle show. You can probably hear it in person this Friday, October 5th, when the band plays Subterranean with Crocodiles.
  • The Empty Bottle kicked off its 10th annual "Adventures in Modern Music" festival this week, which runs until Sunday as a "celebration of outsider sounds." Artists scheduled to play during the remainder of the festival include Demdike Stare, Supreme Cuts, Micachu & the Shapes and more. Head over to the Bottle's site for full details.
  • Santah released a new video trailer to preview their soon-to-come EP, You're Still A Lover (out October 16th). Take a look here.
  • Gapers Block has a review of Thee Oh Sees and Ty Segall's September 29th show at Logan Square Auditorium.
  • Chicago's The Coop started an indiegogo campaign to release an EP for charity. Beginning on October 1st, the band is releasing material from their new Accopstic EP little by little, as more and more money is raised for the Children's Oncology Services, Inc. of Chicago. Check out the campaign page here.
  • Chicago Mixtape interviewed Rebecca Scott and Melissa Harris, the duo behind the sweet sounds of Architecture.

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