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Muo Duo "Tasting Menu"

Brother and Sister duo Miles and Winter Donnelly (aka Muo Duo) recently released the latest EP "Tasting Menu". For this project the genre-bending pair enlisted the help of local emcees Mick Jenkins, Ausar, and Englewood B.U., along with Guapdad 4000 and Casshan to create a sound floating between Jazz, Dream Pop, and Hip Hop.

The latest single and video from the EP is called "Gourmet" and features Ausar.


Splits "Getting Somewhere"

Pop Punk trio Splits have released a new single called "Getting Somewhere". This is the first new music from them since their early 2021 EP "Vice Versa".

This is the work of Taylor Ericson, Claire Zhang, and Ethan Urborg, and sadly the trio performed their farewell Chicago show last month.


Long Gone "Change Your Mind"

Pop Punk trio Long Gone have released their latest single, "Change Your Mind". The song is a straightforward sappy love song, and is extremely catchy and melodic.

This is the work of Matthew DeSchepper (vocals, guitar), Trevor Hancock (drums), and Patrick Smith (guitar).

When asked DeSchepper had this to say about "Change Your Mind"; “Usually, I’ll sit on lyrics and melodies for months to years before they’re ready to be recorded, but this one felt like it needed to happen,” DeSchepper continues. “It’s about someone who I’m absolutely crazy about, and I felt that they needed to know.”


Lane Beckstrom "Parachute"

Lane Beckstrom has released his debut single, "Parachute", via the Portland, Oregon based label Fresh Selects.

The single is the first from Beckstrom's forthcoming debut album which is due out later this year, and it features Paul Cherry on Guitar.


Macie Stewart “Maya, Please”

Macie Stewart of Ohmme has released visuals for the latest single, "Maya, Please”, from her solo debut album Mouth Full of Glass which was released via Orindal Records back in September 2021.

The video was directed by Izzi Vasquez and Stewart's album is set for a re-release outside North America via the UK label Full Time Hobby on November 11th.

When asked about the meaning behind "Maya, Please" Stewart had the following to say. “Asking for forgiveness is a central and obvious theme of this song, but much of it is about feeling angry at yourself and asking someone to forgive you when you haven’t yet forgiven yourself,” explains Stewart. “The A part of the song is externalizing the situation, and the B part of the song is sort of an internal monologue of the same thing. I imagine it as one of those imaginary conversations you have in your head while you’re sitting and thinking by yourself. I feel very proud of the string arrangements on this one.”


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