Alessi’s Ark rides again

* So Phil Lynott's been dead for decades, but a trio of Thin Lizzy  alumni (Scott Gorham, Brian Downey and Darren Wharton) are keeping the songs alive. They'll perform Thin Lizzy classics in a line-up rounded out by Def Leppard's Viv Campbell, bassist Marco Mendoza and The Almighty’s Ricky Warwick  on Saturday, November 6 at the Slowdown, 729 North 14th St.

* In 2008, youthful London...

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<p>  Keri Hilson</p>Deleted Scenes heads to O’Leaver’s

* O'Leaver's Pub, 1322 South Saddle Creek Road, welcomes back Deleted Scenes Thursday, September 15th. The Washington, D.C.-based indie rock band has seen favorable reviews for both of its albums in multiple outlets, including Pitchfork. The latest album, just released on Sockets Records, earned a 7.8 rating from Pitchfork, which grades on a 10-point scale. The band's bio sheet describes them...

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Darren Keen announces Touch People LP

* The Mitch Gettman Band will release their new album We Are The Mad Ones online Monday, September 26th via iTunes, Bandcamp.com and the band's website, mitchgettman.com. On Bandcamp, users will be able to stream the release prior to buying. The band is also releasing "Inherent Blues" off the new album on its website in advance. A video for the track is in the works. CD copies of the release...

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Aksarben Cinema voices their support of Stinson Park concerts

* First a note, courtesy of The Reader's publisher / editor John Heaston: There was some ado made about Aksarben Cinema and concerts at Stinson Park in the Aug. 18 issue of The Reader. Aksarben Cinema founder and president Bill Barstow contacted us last week to tell his side of the story.

"As a locally-owned, independent cinema, no one supports live music at Stinson Park more than we do,"...

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The Answer Team impresses at release show

* The Answer Team packed in a pretty full crowd to the Slowdown, 729 North 14th St., Friday night to celebrate the release of their new album O Sad and Future Human. Openers New Lungs and Back When impressed with their sets. New Lungs, fronted by Little Brazil bassist Danny Maxwell, played a taut, indie-hardcore mash-up that held a brief punch-in-the-mouth quality. Back When has again evolved...

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Homer’s to close Orchard Plaza store

Homer's Music is closing one of its two stores in mid-September. The local record store's Orchard Plaza location, 2457 South 132nd St., will close September 10th, according to a Homer's Music press release. 

General Manager Mike Fratt attributes the closing, in part, to the decline of the 132nd and West Center Road retail sector, adding that sales are up for the year at Homer's Old Market...

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