White Mystery

Record Release Party

White Mystery

A Giant Dog, Psalm One

Fri, May 10, 2013

Doors: 9:00 pm / Show: 10:00 pm

The Hideout

Chicago, IL

$8.00 - $10.00

Tickets Available at the Door

White Mystery
White Mystery
Ferocious red-head brother/sister Chicago duo WHITE MYSTERY featuring MISS ALEX WHITE and FRANCIS SCOTT KEY WHITE return with Blood & Venom, the follow-up to their self-titled, self-released debut LP that earned praise from Sound Opinions, ELLE Magazine Brazil, garage rock legends The Gories, and was named by the Chicago Tribune as a Top Ten Album of 2010. Smoke, flames, alright. On tour now. MTV named White Mystery a Hive Five Sibling Act, The Boston Phoenix awarded White Mystery the “Best New Band in Illinois,” The Chicago Reader voted White Mystery “Best Merch” in Best of Chicago 2011, and Metromix named White Mystery in “Top 20 Summer Street Fest Bands.”
A Giant Dog
A Giant Dog
Our music encompasses the passion, the modern survival of winged tipped shoes, seahorse androgyny, moon-rivers and bingo, and is heavily influenced by beer, The Coasters, The Stooges and Velvet Underground.
Psalm One
Psalm One
Cristalle Bowen, professionally known as Psalm One, has been consistently named one of the nation's Best Artists by the Chicago Tribune, and in 2011 made her national television debut on on MTV's Emmy-winning series, MADE. She is a native Chicagoan, and released her debut CD, Bio:Chemistry, while studying chemistry at the University of Illinois in 2002. In 2006 Psalm One became only woman signed to the prestigious, fiercely independent record label Rhymesayers Entertainment when she released her commercial debut, The Death of Frequent Flyer. Since then she has toured the US, Canada and Europe, and has shared the stage with everyone from MF Doom to 50 Cent to Kendrick Lamar.


In 2011 Charm Lab and the Intonation Music Workshop in Chicago, parntered to create RhymeSchool, an on-going music intensive after school program for elementary students that offers a real glimpse into the music industry. Psalm One released "Child Support" in 2012, a collection of songs made with elementary students nation-wide though the ASCAP Songwriter Residency. The album boasts collaborations with over 200 students from under served areas in the nation, as well as Grammy-nominated artists and producers. Through her music mentoring programs, she hopes to balance some of the negative impacts of mainstream music on the community. Currently, Psalm is working on a number of new projects, and continues to champion the Chicago music scene.

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Venue Information:
The Hideout
1354 W. Wabansia Ave
Chicago, IL, 60642
http://www.hideoutchicago.com