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Kittyhawk – Hello, Again

Kittyhawk Hello, Again This debut from Chicago's Kittyhawk definitely brings their emo forebears in Rainer Maria to mind, as well as the sugar-sweet sounds of the...

Zookeeper – Pink Chalk

Zookeeper Pink Chalk Chris Simpson has been pulled back into the spotlight thanks to the ongoing emo revival—his old band, Mineral, are currently on an extensive...

Mikey Erg/Warren Franklin & The Founding Fathers – Split EP

Mikey Erg/Warren Franklin & The Founding Fathers Split EP If you encounter the Mikey Erg / Warren Franklin & The Founding Fathers split EP without knowing...

Zookeeper (Chris Simpson of Mineral/The Gloria Record) announces new album

Zookeeper, the solo project of Mineral/The Gloria Record's Chris Simpson, has announced its sophomore album. Pink Chalk will see an August 12, 2014 release on Count...

Annabel/Dowsing – Split EP

Annabel/Dowsing Split EP Annabel and Dowsing aren't exactly newcomers, with both acts boasting a pair of full-lengths and multiple EPs under their respective belts. It's no...

Foxing – The Albatross

Foxing The Albatross Foxing own an interesting dichotomy on The Albatross, this being a remixed and remastered version of their full-length debut originally released by Count...

Prawn release “Why You Always Leave A Note” video

Prawn recently released a split EP with Joie De Vivre earlier this month via Count Your Lucky Stars and Topshelf Records. Today, the band...

Joie De Vivre/Prawn – Split EP

Joie De Vivre/Prawn Split EP The unlikely combination of Rockford, Illinois, and Ridgewood, New Jersey, has been made possible by a split release between two bands championing...
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Video Premiere: Dowsing, “I Don’t Even Care Anymore”

Chicago's Dowsing are exclusively premiering their new music video for "I Don't Even Care Anymore" right here on AltPress. It's the title track to their sophomore album,...

Football, Etc. – Audible

Football, Etc. Audible While the second album from Houston trio Football, Etc. does contain numerous Kinsella family/American Football-esque moments—just listen to the twinkling guitars of album...

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