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On their new album Empros, Chicago-based trio Russian Circles makes a convincing case for instrumental post-[insert genre].  ”309,” Empros‘ opener, hits harder than anything the band has done before, due in equal part to the guitar tone (fits right in with the cover’s pervasive reds, for all you synesthetes out there) and the rhythm section’s locked-in chemistry.  Emrpos is available now on Sargent House.  You can also stream/buy it off Russian Circles’ Bandcamp page.

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