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LURK "Pressure Points"

Punk band LURK has released and new double single, "Pressure Points b/w Trample (Acoustic)", and are planning to drop more new music at the end of the month. This is the first new music from the group since their 2019 EP "Electro-Shock". The song "Trample" is taken from the band's 2018 EP "Hi-Fi" and the band is working on a couple more stripped takes on their catalog.

This is the work of vocalist Kevin Kiley, Bassist Dan Durley, Drummer Pedro Unzueta and Guitarists Alex Rackow and Kevin Maida.

Hali Palombo "Hell"

Hali Palombo recently participated in a new Germany-based podcast called "Weekly EP". The podcast challenges musicians from around the world to create a new album in just days and then premiere it on the podcast.

Hali's album is called "Hell" and is an experimental, ambient project built upon field recordings and short wave radio interval signals.

Coach House Sounds Returns

Coach House Sounds is back with the purpose of raising funds for Chicago Independent Venue League. This is the former live music session site founded by Matt Baron that ran from 2008 to 2012. Baron has released twelve sessions from a wide range of Chicago musicians including Ryley Walker, Judson Clairborne, White Mystery, Kid Static, ONO, and more via bandcamp.

All proceeds from the sale of these sessions are being donated to Chicago Independent Venue League.

Ann Marie "Stress Relief"

Ann Marie has teamed up with fellow Chicagoan G Herbo on the new single single "Stress Relief". This is her second single of 2020, and both are leading up to a promised project releasing later this summer.

Snow Burial "Painting the Streets With Our Blood"

Post-Metal trio Snow Burial has recently released a new "Painting the Streets With Our Blood". This single is complete with seven remixes from folks like Dallas Thomas (Pelican), Mark Solotroff (Anatomy of Habit/BLOODYMINDED), and more.

This is the work of Ben Bowman, Brandon Seef, and Andrew Thiermann, and this is the first new music from Snow Burial since their 2019 sophomore album, Ostrava.

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