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White Mystery performs on Sound Opinions

One of the best parts of Sound Opinions hosts Jim and Greg's jobs is that they get to discover great, new music, sometimes in their own backyards. Even better is when they can shine a spotlight on new bands on the show. This week they do just that. They're joined by White Mystery, a young garage rock duo from Chicago. Sister and brother Alex and Francis White have been making music together since they were kids. Alex, 25, went on to front a number of bands, most notably Miss Alex White and the Red Orchestra. They are, of course, being compared to that other famous White duo, but with Alex's massive screech and Francis' raw and dirty drumming, Greg hears more of a combo of Tina Turner and the MC5. Listen to their appearance and let us know what you hear. [audio:/sites/default/files/archives/music/2010/09/SoundOpsWhiteMystery.mp3|titles=White Mystery performs on Sound Opinions] Watch White Mystery perform on Sound Opinions: "Overwhelmed/Vorpal/Switch It Off" "Powerglove" "Take A Walk" "Don't Hold My Hand" Watch White Mystery perform unplugged in our Pool Session at SXSW.

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