Split Single just released the song, Blank Ribbons, this week.
The track appears on the new album, Metal Frames, which is set for a November 18 release.
The band, led by Chicagoan Jason Narducy, also plays a show at Evanston’s SPACE November 19.
When I found out Shaw was returning with another Ex-Cult album this year, I was ecstatic.
On Negative Growth, Ex-Cult’s music feels like an homage to the best of hardcore punk’s roots, but yet the sound also is very modern.
Former Vivian Girl Katy Goodman (aka Kickball Katy) now performs as La Sera with her husband Todd Wisenbaker.
Check out this cover of Led Zeppelin’s Whole Lotta Love on La Sera’s latest EP, Queens.
The Growlers are a highly original Orange County, California, band that has long playfully described its music as “beach goth.” The band is hosting its fifth annual Beach Goth Festival out West in October.
For me, I was hooked after hearing the band’s 2013 album Hung at Heart. The latest album, City Club, is another gem and will be released September 30. The Strokes‘ Julian Casablancas produced the new album, adding some new twists to the band’s signature sound.
These guys don’t visit Chicago much more often than once a year. So catch them while you can at Thalia Hall Wednesday.
Purling Hiss has a new album, High Bias, coming out next month.
Here’s another great song, 3000 AD, from the album.
Chicagoan Jason Narducy’s band Split Single is releasing a new album, Metal Frames, in November.
Listen to Leave My Mind, the first single from the album.