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/ CHIRP at Thirsty Ears

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Access Contemporary Music
1758 W. Wilson
Chicago , IL 60640

All Ages


Stop by the CHIRP tent at Chicago's only classical music street festival, Thirsty Ears, on August 13 and 14!

Organized by Access Contemporary Music, the 2022 Thirsty Ears Festival will feature two days of music performances, craft beer, food trucks, community vendors, and kid-friendly performances and activities. Saturday night of the fest will also feature the return of the Sound of Silent Film Festival!

For more information on Thirtsy Ears, please visit https://acmusic.org/events/thirsty-ears-festival/

For more information on Access Contemporary Music, please visit https://acmusic.org/

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CHIRP Welcomes: Bev Rage & the Drinks

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Schubas
3159 N. Southport
Chicago , IL 60657
(773) 525-2508

18+


CHIRP is excited to welcome Chicago's own Bev Rage & the Drinks to Schubas on Saturday, 8/13, to celebrate the release of their latest record, Exes & Hexes!

Bev Rage & the Drinks are a loud, fast, and brash queer garage-pop band from Chicago. Fronted by guitarist Beverly Rage, a 7- foot tall drag queen with hair and heels, the band is known for their colorful live shows of all original music. Self-identified as the “friendliest, sexiest, and gayest band in Chicago,” Bev & the Drinks are excited to show the evolution of their sound.

The long awaited sophomore LP “Exes & Hexes” on What’s For Breakfast? Records will be released into the world on August 13th, 2022. Recorded and produced by Brian Fox at Altered States, the album is a departure from their prior lo-fi recordings. The album is bigger, louder, and more complex with the band welcoming new members Mary Rose Gonzales (drums) and Dan Jarvis (lead guitar) into the lineup in 2019. Bev (vocals and rhythm guitar) and Sam Westerling (bass, vocals) round out the band. The new album includes more mature tracks exploring the intricacies of mental health from a queer perspective (“Machines Get Cleaned” & “Confident”) but the fun tongue in cheek songs (“Perfect Guy” & “Hollywood Beach”) that Bev is known for are still peppered in.

Six music videos will be released in the lead-up to “Exes & Hexes” with the first lead single “Permanent Receptionist” being produced and directed by New Trash. Pick up the 11-track album — pressed locally at Smashed Plastic — for the first time at the release show along with some other fun surprises!

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CHIRP Welcomes: Rosie Tucker

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Schubas
3159 N. Southport
Chicago , IL 60657
(773) 525-2508

18+


CHIRP Radio 107.1FM is excited to welcome Rosie Tucker to Schubas on Tuesday, August 16th, in support of their third album, Sucker Supreme!

It’s a coming of age album, yes, and an album that aches with self-discovery, self-definition, and self-redefinition: “Nothing is simple just cause you wish that it is.” “I can’t believe I’ll die before becoming a frog.” “Wolfing down Doritos, lickin’ on my fingers, anger on my tongue, Doritos in my anger!” “Wouldn’t we be perfect together if we wanted exactly the same thing?” But ‘Sucker Supreme,’ Tucker’s first album for Epitaph, is also just the right follow-up to where their last album, 2019’s ‘Never Not Never Not Never Not,’ left off: still playfully observed, still sneakily political, still indebted to folk singers of the past – but also much, much bigger, brighter, louder and noisier than anything Tucker has dared before. It delivers mightily on an ambitious M.O.: to be relentlessly catchy and muscular and noisy but also beautiful; be achingly sad and searching, but never too far away from funny, either; and to spotlight Tucker’s empathetic, yearning vocals on top of it all.

In the world of Sucker Supreme, Rosie’s openhearted, sing-song alto melodies are king; wry, detailed lyricism is queen; and noise is the old man with the long beard who seems like he came from nowhere. Noise creaks in every layer of these songs: ticking Geiger counters, synthesized whale calls, tape machine slams, walls of distorted guitar rolling in and then blooming out into infinite repeats.

Chicago's own Half Gringa starts the show at 8pm.

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/ CHIRP Welcomes: Delvon Lamarr Organ Trio

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Evanston SPACE
1245 Chicago Avenue
Evanston , IL 60202
(847) 492-8860

All Ages


CHIRP Radio 107.1FM is excited to welcome the Delvon Lamarr Organ Trio to Evanston SPACE on Wednesday, August 17th, for TWO sets!

Delvon Lamarr Organ Trio—or as it is sometimes referred to, DLO3—specialize in the lost art of “feel good music.” The ingredients of this intoxicating cocktail include a big helping of the 1960s organ jazz stylings of Jimmy Smith and Baby Face Willette; a pinch of the snappy soul strut of Booker T. & The M.G.’s and The Meters; and sprinkles Motown, Stax Records, blues, and cosmic Jimi Hendrix-style guitar. It’s a soul-jazz concoction that goes straight to your heart and head makes your body break out in a sweat. Live, the band’s fiery and intuitive chemistry is unstoppable, brimming with improvisation, instant composition, imaginative takes on classic tunes, and a booty-shaking back catalog of soulful gems.

The band features organist Delvon Lamarr, a self-taught virtuosic musician, with perfect pitch who taught himself jazz and has effortlessly been able to play a multitude of instruments. On guitar is the dynamo Jimmy James who eases through Steve Cropper-style chanking guitar, volcanic acid-rock freak-out lead playing, and slinky Grant Green-style jazz. From Reno, Nevada is drummer Dan Weiss (also of the powerhouse soul and funk collective The Sextones). Dan’s smoldering pocket-groove drumming locks in the trio’s explosive chemistry.

Since its humble beginnings in May, 2015, the trio has issued two Billboard-charting albums and a 45; toured nationally and internationally, and performed on live at Upstream Music Festival broadcast by KEXP that garnered over 7 million views. In the near future, DLO3 will be releasing a bevy of new music come fall and winter 2020. DLO3 is part of the hip Colemine Records family, is booked by the prestigious Kurland Agency, and is managed, owned, and operated by Delvon’s staunchly supportive wife, Amy Novo. Amy has been lovingly nicknamed “Shortcake Mafia” as a tribute to her sweet but shrewd business acumen.

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CHIRP Welcomes: El Ten Eleven

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Evanston SPACE
1245 Chicago Avenue
Evanston , IL 60202
(847) 492-8860

All Ages


CHIRP Radio 107.1FM welcomes iconic rockers El Ten Eleven to Evanston SPACE on Thursday, August 18th!

Fifteen years ago Kristian Dunn and Tim Fogarty released their self - titled debut album as El Ten Eleven. The self-released LP received only modest attention initially, but the project would go on to defy all expectations, gradually attracting a significant cult audience of loyal fans.

Early on Dunn feared the quirkiness of the group’s two-man band approach would overshadow their music, but the music of El Ten Eleven has been embraced by fans of many genres — from math rock, to jazz, to lo-fi hip-hop. The duo’s sound is sharply evocative in mood and feeling, yet simultaneously abstract and meditative. The combination of these qualities has stimulated the imagination of the group’s fans, and gives space for listeners to assign their own value and meaning to the sounds. “I’m aiming for emotional impact when I come up with songs,” Dunn explained. “Does it move me? Does it make me feel something? Sometimes it doesn't. Sometimes it's technically interesting but it doesn't make me feel anything. But I don't want music that's interesting. I want music that's emotionally resonate.”

https://elteneleven.com/

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/ / CHIRP @ Ribfest Chicago

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Northcenter Town Square
4100 N. Damen Ave.
Chicago , IL 60618

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CHIRP is proud to partner with Ribfest Chicago. In 2022, Ribfest Chicago is celebrating 22 years of BBQ in Chicago’s Northcenter neighborhood from August 19th through 21st. In addition to the 50,000 pounds of pork being served by dozens of food vendors, Ribfest Chicago also includes two music stages featuring original music from local and national acts as well as a “Kids Square” for families.

For more information on Ribfest, visit https://www.ribfest-chicago.com/

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CHIRP Welcomes: River Whyless

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Evanston SPACE
1245 Chicago Avenue
Evanston , IL 60202
(847) 492-8860

All Ages


CHIRP Radio 107.1FM is excited to welcome Asheville folk-rockers River Whyless to Evanston SPACE on Friday, August 19th!

In August 2019, the four members of River Whyless - Halli Anderson, Ryan O’Keefe, Daniel Shearin and Alex McWalters - secluded themselves for thirty days deep in the hills outside Asheville, NC. Their intention was to make a record, the band’s fourth full-length effort, and first without a producer since their 2012 debut A Stone, A Leaf, An Unfound Door. Back then, that constraint was a matter of necessity. This time, it was deliberate.

On Monoflora the band has, in some ways, returned to its more acoustic origins, this album shed of the hard-driving, electrified and/or synthesized outwardness that propelled 2018’s Kindness, A Rebel. But while Monoflora certainly features more acoustic guitar and violin than both Kindness and 2016’s We All The Light, it would be inaccurate (or oversimple) to say that it harkens back to River Whyless’ earlier, “folksier” efforts, like 2012’s Stone and/or its eponymous 2015 EP. The arrangements on Monoflora are, in many cases, more intricate and dynamic than any of the band’s previous work, the instrumentation more eclectic and expansive, the members’ roles as individual musicians more fluid and diverse. In the end, River Whyless is proud of what they’ve made, pleased by the ways this album reflects growth, and for the ways that it seems like a culmination of all previous works.

River Whyless has graced the stages of beloved festivals such as Newport Folk Festival, Bonnaroo, and Hardly Strictly Bluegrass. They have also received critical acclaim from NPR Music, American Songwriter, and Stereogum, among many others.

https://www.riverwhyless.com/

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CHIRP Welcomes: Cults

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Lincoln Hall
2424 N Lincoln Avenue
Chicago , IL 60614
(773) 525-2501

18+


CHIRP Radio 107.1FM is excited to welcome NYC indie pop duo Cults to Lincoln Hall on Saturday, August 27th!

Cults were deep into the process of recording their fourth full-length LP when singer and multi-instrumentalist Madeline Follin let a secret slip. At the time, it seemed inconsequential, just a passing comment amongst friends, but in the end, it would prove to be a monumental revelation, one that would change the acclaimed New York duo forever.

What followed was a radical reimagining, both of the band’s sound and its dynamic, and the result is Cults’ utterly mesmerizing new album, Host. Written more collaboratively than ever before and recorded primarily with live instruments for the first time, the collection marks the start of a bold new chapter for the band, one fueled by an ever-deepening trust and a boundless appetite for growth and experimentation. The songs here are deceptively charming, with lush, airy arrangements that belie their dark, weighty lyrics, and the production is rich and multifaceted to match, blending retro and futuristic palettes into a spellbinding swirl of high-def indie rock and lo-fi bedroom pop. As its title suggests, Host is an exploration of the sinister dynamics at play in a parasitic relationship, but rather than dwell in the discomfort, the record charts a cathartic journey towards freedom and self-reliance, reveling in the power that comes from standing your ground and declaring independence in the face of exploitation and manipulation.

Formed while Follin and Oblivion were still just students in college, Cults first emerged in 2010 with their breakout single, “Go Outside,” which the New York Times hailed as “one of the indie rock highlights” of the year. Both a commercial and critical smash, the track would go on to rack up more than 40 million streams on Spotify, land in soundtracks everywhere from Broad City to Gossip Girl, and help the band score a major label deal for their self-titled debut, released the following year on Columbia Records.

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/ / / CHIRP at Out of SPACE: Temperance

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Temperance Beer Co.
2000 Dempster St
Evanston , IL 60202

21+


Out of Space returns for its fifth season of big-name musical acts on the shores of Lake Michigan. Connecting music fans from Evanston, Chicago, and beyond with a bespoke concert experience that creates one-of-a-kind environments and features the best of local cuisine, inspired beverage offerings, custom art installations, and so much more.

  • SEPTEMBER 1
    • HOUNDMOUTH
    • Ric Wilson
  • SEPTEMBER 2
    • CAR SEAT HEADREST
    • La Luz
  • SEPTEMBER 3
    • NEKO CASE
    • Courtney Marie Andrews
  • SEPTEMBER 4
    • STEEL PULSE
    • KRS-ONE

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CHIRP Welcomes: Stella Donnelly

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Lincoln Hall
2424 N Lincoln Avenue
Chicago , IL 60614
(773) 525-2501

18+


CHIRP Radio 107.1FM is thrilled to welcome Stella Donnelly to Lincoln Hall on Thursday, September 22nd!

Like the many Banded Stilts that spread across the cover of her newest album Flood, Stella Donnelly is wading into uncharted territory. Here, she finds herself discovering who she is as an artist among the flock, and how abundant one individual can be. Flood is Donnelly’s record of this rediscovery: the product of months of risky experimentation, hard moments of introspection, and a lot of moving around.

Donnelly’s early reflections on the relationship between the individual and the many can be traced back to her time in the rainforests of Bellingen, where she took to birdwatching as both a hobby and an escape in a border-restricted world. By paying closer attention to the natural world around her, Donnelly recalls “I was able to lose that feeling of anyone’s reaction to me. I forgot who I was as a musician, which was a humbling experience of just being; being my small self.” Reconnecting with this ‘small self’ allowed Donnelly to tap into creative wells she didn’t know existed.

Looking back at the Banded Stilt, Donnelly ultimately appreciates how when “seen in a crowd they create an optical illusion, but on its own it’s this singular piece of art.” While each song in Flood is a singular artwork unto itself, the collective shares all of Stella Donnelly in abundance: her inner child, her nurturing self, her nightmare self; all of herself has gone into the making of this record, and although it would take an ocean to fathom everything she feels, it’s well worth diving in.

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CHIRP Welcomes: Wednesday

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Sleeping Village
3734 W. Belmont
Chicago , IL

21+


CHIRP Welcomes Asheville's Wednesday to Sleeping Village on Saturday, October 1st! The group was formed by vocalist Karly Hartzman, who was inspired to learn guitar after watching Mitski's "Tiny Desk" performance on NPR.  Together with guitarist Jake Lenderman, lap steel player Xandy Chelmis, bassist Margo Schultz, and drummer Alan Miller, they have formed a rising indie-rock band with a love for shoegaze. If you weren't able to see them open for Beach Bunny on the most recent tour, you can catch them at their Chicago debut performance on Saturday, October 1st! Truth Club gets the 21+ night started at 9pm. More info at https://sleeping-village.com/events.

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CHIRP Welcomes: altopalo

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Schubas
3159 N. Southport
Chicago , IL 60657
(773) 525-2508

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CHIRP Radio 107.1FM welcomes altopalo to Schubas on Tuesday, October 11th, in support of their new album, frenemy!

It was touch and go as to whether altopalo would come together to make another album again. Being best friends for over ten years has made them incredibly comfortable with each other, to the extent that their friendship has become more like a brotherhood, a familial kind of relationship with all the strains and hurt that entails.

In the wake of George Floyd’s murder in the summer of 2020, drummer Dillon Treacy decided that he needed to take a step back from the band as the only black member of a group otherwise made up of white people, at least until they could all take some time to reflect. This lasted a couple of weeks and wasn’t something that they publicly talked about on social media, but Dillon’s leave of absence led altopalo to realize how they needed to be with each other in order to make music and relate to each other.

Added to the fact that the pandemic forced the music industry machinery of constant gigging and endless album cycles to grind to a halt, altopalo had to become truly friends again rather than friends who played in a band together. Going into writing frenemy, they were clear that they wanted to make an album that spoke to their relationships to each other; as guitarist Mike Haldeman puts it, “the least dishonest thing we could do is just make music about us. The source material is literally the fabric of our friendship.” When they started making the album, holed up in lead singer Rahm Silverglade’s childhood home in Indiana, they began watching the 2004 Metallica documentary Some Kind of Monster; what started as a joke, expecting to laugh at the band, became quickly sobering for each of them as they watched Metallica have the same conversations and arguments that they were having. “It was a confrontation of sorts,” Rahm says. “If there’s one thing you should take away from this is that we’re just a softboi version of Metallica,” he jokes.

In a way, frenemy has already done everything it’s needed to do for each member of altopalo. It’s set a blueprint for a healthier way of working and existing with each other going forward, and any other accolades or recognition that it gains from being out in the world are incidental. Rahm jokes that he wants frenemy to end up on a grocery store playlist, which provokes a debate as to whether that would indicate truly making it or finally selling out. frenemy is a frank portrait of a band forced to reckon with their own fragilities rather than sweep them under the rug for the sake of keeping going, and as such is altopalo’s most personal and most triumphant record yet.

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CHIRP Welcomes: Preoccupations

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Lincoln Hall
2424 N Lincoln Avenue
Chicago , IL 60614
(773) 525-2501

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CHIRP Radio 107.1FM welcomes Preoccupations to Lincoln Hall on Friday, October 21st!

Canada’s Preoccupations return to the post-punk, post-pandemic world with Arrangements. Their 4th studio album finds them restoring their roots with the singular, guitar driven, dissonant yet anthemic washes of intricate noise that has brought them international acclaim since their basement beginnings. For lovers of all things Bowie, Branca, Spacemen 3 and MBV, progressive punk, jangle rock and mangled goth. Arrangements sees Preoccupations finally and confidently inhabiting the dystopia that they have been carefully creating from their musical genesis. They are in a room with taped up windows, except for a tiny pinprick of light beaming from the otherworld onto the far wall, upside down and blurred, it’s recognizable enough to fill you with warm familiarity and nostalgia of unknown origins. Preoccupations Arrangements will be released into the world on September 9th, 2022.

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CHIRP Welcomes: serpentwithfeet

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Thalia Hall
1807 S. Allport St.
Chicago , IL 60608

17+


CHIRP Radio 107.1FM is excited to welcome serpentwithfeet to Thalia Hall for a rescheduled show on Tuesday, October 25th!

As serpentwithfeet, Josiah Wise unites R&B, gospel, classical, and electronic music into passionate songs that express the fullness of his life as a gay Black man. His voice -- the product of classical training as well as singing in church since childhood -- flows over music that mixes the sensual with the divine and touches on inspirations as diverse as Brandy, Björk, Antonin Dvorák, and Toni Morrison. On his early releases, such as 2016's Blisters EP and 2018's Soil, serpentwithfeet's music was frequently as dense and brooding as it was beautiful, but 2021's Deacon (and companion Deacon's Grove EP) reflected a lighter, happier outlook and sound.

Wise grew up in a religious family in Baltimore: his dad owned a Christian bookstore and his mom was a choir director. He joined the church choir at age six, and gospel and classical music dominated his early musical taste. After a stint in the Maryland State Boys Choir, he was a member of the Baltimore City College Choir while attending high school there. Having fallen in love with the equal importance that choir put on classical traditions and the importance of Black composers and performers, Wise moved to Philadelphia to study classical vocal training at the city's University of the Arts. Determined to make it as a classical singer, Wise had to rethink his path when he was rejected by the graduate-level conservatories to which he applied. After some time in Paris and a few years in Philly's neo-soul scene, he moved to New York City in 2013, where he made ends meet while working on his music.

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CHIRP Welcomes: Madi Diaz

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Sleeping Village
3734 W. Belmont
Chicago , IL

21+


CHIRP Radio 107.1FM is excited to welcome Madi Diaz to Sleeping Village on Friday, November 4th!

Nashville-based ​Madi Diaz ​marks a full restart of her artistic career with ​”Man In Me,” ​her poignant debut single/video for ​ANTI-. ​It’s a first taste of how Diaz has worked at perfecting the craft of delivering a full spectrum of emotions via songs stripped to their most confrontational and raw form. This song was produced by Diaz with additional production by Andrew Sarlo​ (Big Thief, Bon Iver). Across reverberating guitar strums and light piano, Diaz’s voice is evocative as she makes frank observations about a past relationship: “​Do you imagine me differently // Cause when I met you swore that you saw me // When you think I might be someone else // Does it turn you on​.” As the track continues, Diaz’s vocals swell exponentially, only to be drawn back to a fading note.

“​‘Man In Me’ was the first song I sat down to record for myself in about six years, which is the reason I thought it was so important to release first. It’s a very intimately visceral moment, a sort of play-by-play inner monologue, taking my first steps through a really hard time.​” The accompanying video, directed by ​Stephen Kinigopoulos, “​ ​emphasizes the intensity of a moment held and held and held. For me, this video is like holding a stare for so long that it hurts. It’s like knowing you should let go, but you keep holding on cause you can’t say ‘when,’ and playing with that tension lying right beneath the surface. You know something’s up, but you just can’t put your finger on it.​”

Diaz was originally raised in Lancaster, Pennsylvania surrounded by a family deeply immersed in music: her grandfather was a tenor in the Greenwich City Opera, both of her parents taught music lessons (piano, guitar and ukulele), her father played in a Zappa tribute band and her brother plays in a metal band. She moved to Philadelphia in her teens to have closer access to broader music education, before eventually enrolling in (and dropping out of) Berklee College of Music and moving to Nashville to more seriously pursue a career as a songwriter. After cutting her teeth in writers rooms in Nashville, Diaz moved to Los Angeles honing her songwriting skills and playing in numerous projects. After a very tumultuous relationship and break up, she bought a truck and moved back to Nashville where she became a go-to songwriter. As things slowed down, Diaz felt she had the time and space to fully confront everything in her life with a newfound sense of clarity. Over the next two years, she wrote over 100 songs, one of which is “Man In Me.” The songwriting expertise she had developed over the years is now championed in her own strikingly original and emotional music.

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CHIRP Welcomes: The Dream Syndicate

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Lincoln Hall
2424 N Lincoln Avenue
Chicago , IL 60614
(773) 525-2501

21+


CHIRP Radio 107.1FM is thrilled to welcome veteran rockers The Dream Syndicate to Lincoln Hall on Friday, November 11th, where they will be performing their 1982 album Days of Wine and Roses in its entirety in celebration of its 40th anniversary!

After several reissues of vintage recordings, The Dream Syndicate recently revealed they had signed to indie institution and ‘international guardian of wonky psychedelia’ (Uncut), Fire Records.

Set to release their new album this summer, Ultraviolet Battle Hymns and True Confessions features singer/songwriter/guitarist Steve Wynn, drummer Dennis Duck, bassist Mark Walton, lead guitarist Jason Victor plus their newest member Chris Cacavas on keyboards (you remember him from the 1980s Los Angeles band Green On Red).

This band is not regurgitating old albums and previous glories, but developing with the same urgency that a pack of youngsters would.

Any fan who has been paying attention already knows the Dream Syndicate aren’t going to make another album that sounds like The Days of Wine and Roses (they haven’t since 1982), and it’s foolish to expect that. But they don’t really need to when they’re capable of making music as good as These Times; this is passionate and rewarding music from artists still exploring new territory with truly satisfying results. — AllMusic

That was followed by the experimental free-form psychedelic The Universe Inside. Just look at the song lengths; 20:27, 7:36, 8:56, 9:55 and 10:53. Building off of the legacy of their earlier “John Coltrane Stereo Blues” of 9 minutes with live versions well over the ten-minute mark.

However, when one thinks of the Dream Syndicate, it’s not just the wild abandon with which singer/guitarist Wynn, drummer Dennis Duck, bassist Mark Walton, and lead guitarist Jason Victor perform — it’s the carefully constructed song writing of Wynn that comes to mind and by now every rock critic in the world has predetermined who they feel the Dream Syndicate reminds them of and what they think of that style of music — but, This time, don’t!

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