“Chicago’s most famous redheaded siblings,” PITCHFORK
Posted Sunday, April 20th, 2014 at 4:20 pm
Shake Appeal: Record Store Day Picks
By Evan Minsker, April 14, 2014 at 11:30 a.m.
Shake Appeal is a column that highlights new garage and garage-adjacent releases. In anticipation of Record Store Day (April 19), Evan Minsker suggests what he thinks you should track down this year. Because let’s face it: A lot of bad records get released on Record Store Day
3. White Mystery: Dubble Dragon [self-released]
As anybody well-versed in Miss Alex White and Francis White’s career knows, they put records out every year on April 20. That means that there’s always a new Record Store Day release from Chicago’s most famous redheaded siblings. The new one’s a double LP featuring a new studio album and a live album recorded at Chicago’s Double Door. That’s a lot of White Mystery on one record—more bang for your buck, etc.
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