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Jeff Schaller and the Long Way Home "Never a Lovely So Real"

Jeff Schaller and the Long Way Home recently released the lead single, "Never a Lovely So Real", from their forthcoming album, For Keeps and a Single Day, which is due out of February 17th.

This is the work of Jeff Schaller (Vocals, guitar, double bass), Troy Sennett (Guitar, keyboard, percussion), Jake Cary (Bass, vocals), Matt Kistler (Keyboard, vocals), Liesi Siegel (Piano, saxophone, oboe, vocals), and Jeffeory Swenson (Drums).





Citrus Moon

Instrumental Prog Rock quartet Citrus Moon are releasing their self-titled debut album today, February 3rd.

This is the work of Demetri Bairaktaris, Kevin Polochak, Seth Beavis, and Patrick Stevens.

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Shredded Sun "Each Dot and Each Line"

Shredded Sun are preparing to release a new album called Each Dot and Each Line on February 24th.

This is the work of Nick Ammerman, Sarah Ammerman, and Ben Bilow.

The group recently released two tracks, "Zero Boy" and "Outside", from the forthcoming album.

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Doom Flower "Sweep"

Doom Flower released their sophomore album, Limestone Ritual, back on January 6th via Record Label. The latest single, "Sweep", is accompanied by the recently released video below.

This is the trio of Jess Price (Campdogzz), Matt Lemke, and Bobby Burg.

You can catch Doom Flower at Reggie's on February 16th with Circuit des Yeux, at Sleeping Village on February 21st, and at The Burlington on March 11th.

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Djunah "Seven Winds of Sekhmet"

Djunah has released the lead single, "Seven Winds of Sekhmet", from their forthcoming album, Femina Furens, which is due out on March 3rd.

This is Noise Rock of Donna Diane and Jared Karns. Diane channels influenced of poetry and heavy music to tell story of her diagnosis and continuing recovery from complex post-traumatic stress disorder.

You can catch Djunah at Empty Bottle of March 24th​ with Huntsmen.

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