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by ...for all I care

Hailing from Chicago, IL this five piece is changing the way Chicago looks at music. While pop rock & punk dominate the scene this is one band that's trying to forge their own sound.
Genre: Rock: Noise
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1. The Separate Lives of You and Me
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2. Alone
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3. Bad Day
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4. What You Write
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5. Dormant
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Hailing from Chicago, the last 3 years have seen this five piece take the music scene in a new direction. The music emanates a mix of melodies from every angle and the song structures often surprise even the most careful listener. There is a harmonious blend of alternative, emo, indie, and pop to be found here. With haunting vocals that are sometimes compared to Delores O’Riordan of the Cranberries or Alanis Morissette, the songs are something fresh in a sea of three-chord, male-vocal dominated post-punk. There are no stories of teenage heartbreak here: the first-hand reassurance that even the worst parts of a parent’s life are lessons and the conflicted feelings of being at the right place in the wrong life are scenarios far too adult to trivialize. However, these same themes are ones to which almost every listener can relate. With such a truly unique style, ...for all I care strives to make the next song better than the last. Drum beats that drive, clever yet cunning guitar riffs, and lyrics that subversively paint pictures can almost make one forget the heavy-handed music with which Chicago forged a name for itself. This is a new time indeed.


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some of the best people to ever meet.
this cd is amazing. i wake up to sepreate lives every morning. it is one of the few things that can get me up. wow.


Though the minor keys of the tunes lends themselves to a predominantly dark colo

Mark Oster

Badresa 1.1 Review of Nyssa
For All I Care's debut EP is only 5 songs long, in that mere 5, they cover more ground than many bands cover in 15. Though the minor keys of the tunes lends themselves to a predominantly dark color, there is some optimism to be found. Backed by a tremendously strong rhythym section, front woman Melissa Heckart sounds simultaneously sultry and spacey, singing over well placed guitar ambience. With a command of musical dynamics and melody, you can try to pigeonhole For All I Care into one of the billion sub genres out there. But you can't, it's just good music, heartfelt and real, it should be exciting to see what they come out with next. Recommended for fans of the Gits, Belly, and the Pretenders.


A great discovery!
To put it into few words, this EP was a great find. I was looking for something different and I found it. To bad it's only an EP because it leaves you needing more. I can't stop listening to it and I don't wanna stop. CHECK IT OUT!