Friday, April 12, 2013

A few Chicago music news bites

  • Chicago indie rockers Hemmingbirds recently put out a new video for the track "Toxic Noise" off their latest album The Vines of Age. Check it out here and see the band at their next show on May 3rd at Beat Kitchen.
  •  A few Chicago bands are offering the chance to take in local sounds while at the same time helping to promote the humane treatment of animals. "Kittypalooza," set for Thursday, May 9th at Martyrs', features My My My, Save the Clocktower and Love and Radiation playing a charity show for the Tree House Humane Society. More details here.
    • Speaking of Love and Radiation, Richard Giraldi over at shared his thoughts on the band's debut, You Will Know Me.
    • Gapers Block has the lowdown on lineup announcements from a couple of Chicago's upcoming summer street festivals. Take a look at who you can plan on seeing so far at Do-Division Fest and Taste of Randolph.
    • Fort Frances debuted a new track called "I Had Love," a song bound to put you in a good mood that's taken off their new EP Harbour, out on April 23rd. Listen below and see the band at Schubas on May 5th.
    I Had Love by Fort Frances

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