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Incoming Transmission…. Who is The Last Astronaut?

This transmission is coming to you from the depths of space. A relic from enigmatic duo Z and X, also known as The Last Astronaut, has recently been discovered amongst the debris of a classified space mission. All that remains of this unknown group is the musical broadcast hitting the airwaves now, collected by Chill Mega…

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Acoustic Basement Tour Coming to the Camel

A number of popular alternative and punk bands from the Vans Warped Tour are leaving their amps at home and bringing a stripped-down performance to the Camel on Tuesday, February 18. The Acoustic Basement Tour brings acoustic music to the forefront of a primarily punk and alternative audience and features a handful of punk rock…

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Happy Valentine’s Day from Matthew E. White

Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Matthew E. White releases a new song, “Ain’t That What Love Is,” originally released as the B-side of his first Spacebomb Records release, “One of These Days,” which paved the way for the critically acclaimed full-length Big Inner. On this song, he sings the reassurance of unconditional love: “I’ll…

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Into It. Over It. Strange Matter.

One of the many endeavors from Chicago based songwriter Evan Weiss, Into It. Over It. will be in town Sunday, Feb. 16 to play at Strange Matter on its first headline tour in support of the critically acclaimed album “Intersections.” The World Is A Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid To Die, A…

Photo by Heather Ainsworth

John Brown’s Body Heads to Capital Ale House

American reggae group John Brown’s Body is on tour and will be making a stop at Capital Ale House on Saturday, Feb 15. The band is on the road in support of their newly released album, “Kings and Queens,” which came out in April 2013. After nearly two decades in the spotlight, the band has…