Local musician Miles Kurosky—also known as the songwriting chops behind defunct indie rock beloveds Beulah—swung by The Horseshack for a succinct-but-enjoyable session with the dudes from Rock Island. I assume he spent the rest of the time posing for the signature cartoon portrait.
Here's fifty percent of said session, an excellent song from Kurosky's first solo effort, The Desert of Shallow Effects, released in March of this year.
Miles Kurosky- "The World Won't Last the Night" (Daytrotter Session)
Hear the rest and read Sean Moeller's surprisingly tactile piece on Kurosky here.
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