Eardance made polished, idiosyncratic prog rock that sank without a trace | The Secret History of Chicago Music | Chicago Reader

Eardance made polished, idiosyncratic prog rock that sank without a trace 

Recorded in Chicago in 1982, their sole album had tons of gorgeous conservatory-trained playing but got almost no distribution.

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Since 2004 Plastic Crimewave (aka Steve Krakow) has used the Secret History of Chicago Music to shine a light on worthy artists with Chicago ties who've been forgotten, underrated, or never noticed in the first place.

  • The tracks "Movers and Shakers" and "Russian Dragon" from 1982's Seek Opposites, the only Eardance release

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