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Elk Walking "Walk Away"

Elk Walking released a new single last week called “Walk Away" b/w “Molly”. This is the band’s second single of 2018 coming on the heels of “Ride The Tide” which dropped back in June.

You can catch Elk Walking at Artifact Events (4325 N. Ravenswood) on October 31st with Blue Dream, Pooky, Inho, and Town Criers.

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TONIGHT at Market Hotel: benefit party for Von LMO w/ Martin Rev and James Chance

Legendary, Brooklyn-born, mystery schizo-prog-rock musician Von LMO - née Frank Cavallo - was supposed to perform tonight at Market Hotel in Bushwick, but he was hit by a car making an illegal turn, and his pelvis was shattered - now he faces multiple surgeries and extensive rehabilitation to walk again. Von LMO is on Medicare and his expenses are only covered to a fraction of the astronomical medical expenses he faces

To help the artist offset his expenses, the show organizers have turned the event intpo a benefit to raise funds towards Von LMO's substantial medical expenses, and a celebration of his music. A gofund me campaign is also underway.

Another NYC legend, Martin Rev from seminal '70s electro-punk band Suicide, will now headline the show, featuring also James Chance & the Contortions. More info and tickets here.

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New Track: "Myth of the Groove" - Kilamanzego

Kilamanzego recently shared a new single via Amsterdam based collective/label ZenSupremacy. “Myth of the Groove” crackles and quakes, as the warmth of synth invites, but simultaneously creates a mysterious atmosphere. Then, it finds its footing in vibrant, 8-bit matriculation. Step into that futuristic, funky, weightless beat, propelled naturally but not pushed. Kilamanzego will be joining a lineup that also includes Masie Blu and Gender Work, on Friday, November 23 at World Cafe Live.





New Treasure Box EP Available for Streaming & Download

Riding an experimental thread through contrasting calm and chaotic times, Treasure Junkie, the new release from Timothy MacIsaac (nubble light), a.k.a. Treasure Box, is a small gift from the future. That glitchy, free-floating groove sets a pleasant mood, as unexplored corridors are revealed. It has a contained, on-the-brink-of-collapse, burn-out atmosphere. Find that clairvoyant tunnel in the midst of disorder.





Garcia Peoples bring spacey psych jams to Alphaville on 11.02

It’s odd that no bands have successfully attempted to replicate the sound of the Grateful Dead in the 2010s yet. You’d think a band with that devout a following would have more imitators, especially since Dead & Company are still touring to this day. Garcia Peoples are here to fill the void of psychedelic jam bands in the 21st century; through combining extended songs with dynamic production flourishes and vivid songwriting, the group finds that forward-thinking sweet spot of freewheeling spirituality and unbridled rock personality. It’s a welcome return to Deadhead ideals without desecrating the grave by way of relying on nostalgia. You can check out the group’s trippy rock at Alphaville on Nov. 2. –Tucker Pennington

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