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Disco Shrine provides summer pop bliss with "Future Memories"

There's no real song of the summer this year, given the limitations upon any sort of activities where someone might blast said song of the summer from a car radio or a boombox or a beachfront DJ setup. But that's not going to stop musicians of all kinds from trying to make one. Disco Shrine, aka Persian Barbie, has a new track out called "Future Memories", and it's a crunchy track that mixes dream pop with headbanging rock to create a tasty summer cocktail of a song. The accompanying music video gets its vintage look from being filmed on a Nineties-era camcorder in locked-down LA. For anyone looking for a fresh addition to their summer playlist, even if that playlist won't leave the confines of their own home, "Future Memories" is one to pick. It'll appear on Disco Shrine's upcoming debut EP xoxo, disco later this summer. Take a look at the video for "Future Memories" below. - Will Sisskind





SituationChicago

SituationChicago is a project from Quiet Pterodactyl is a designed to help support the "independent music venues of Chicago so artists always have stages on which to perform". They released is fantastic complilation consisting of a mixture of new and live recording from local artists both big and small today, July 31st.

The complilation features contributions from the like of Marcus Atom, Rich Jones, Justice Hill, Ok Go, Jeff Tweedy, White Mystery, and so many more.

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Bellhead "Unicorn Bones"

Bellhead has released their debut EP "Unicorn Bones". This is the Darkwave duo consisting of Karen Righeimer and Ivan Russia (of Mr. Russia).

The duo released their first two singles "Fire Control" and "Runaway" in 2019, but delve into whole new depths for this album.

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Max Subar

Max Subar has released a self-titled EP today, July 31st, via bandcamp. For the month of August he will be donating all earnings from bandcamp sales to Sista Afya, a local nonprofit organization with the mission of sustaining the mental wellness of Black women.

This is Max's third album and was recorded last year with the help of Jason Gordon Ashworth (electric, fretless and upright bass), Chet Zenor (electric guitar), Sam Subar (drums and percussion), Jacob Slocum (sax and flutes), Ben Phillips (trumpet), and others.

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Strange Lovelies "You Could Live or You Could Die"

Strange Lovelies recently released their latest album, You Could Live or You Could Die. The band also released a video for the album's opening track ""Black Leaves".

This is the work of Michael Slovenkay (Vocals/Guitar), Christopher Bartone (Guitar), Jim Drake (Bass/Piano/Backing Vocals), and Jonny Drake (Drums/Organ/Backing Vocals).

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