Saturday, February 25th, 2017

Talking about music, politics and poetry with Tristen

Poet, singer, and songwriter Tristen takes pride in her art. Originally from Chicago, now residing in Nashville, Tristen Gaspadarek’s music is a seamless blend of rock, synth-pop, folk, and country. Her evolution as an artist is evident in her sound and in her words. This winter Tristen released a book of pocket poetry called Saturnine

Wednesday, February 22nd, 2017

A true fan’s perspective on WHY?’s “Moh Lhean”

Allow me, please, a moment of myopia. To describe what WHY? is, to a fan like me, requires a trip into the first-person narrative that goes against my journalistic instincts, but will function better than fumbling for...

Wednesday, February 15th, 2017

“Wildly Idle (Humble Before The Void)”: A warm initiation from Hand Habits

If you’ve had the pleasure this past year to catch Kevin Morby live, a petite female guitarist in his band may have caught your attention. That person was Meg Duffy. Last July, I had the pleasure of catching...

Sunday, January 15th, 2017

Over the Rails with The Dig’s “Bloodshot Tokyo”

Yes, The Dig is a very nice band. They’ve won an award, in fact, for writing at least one very nice song, though, for the record, they’ve written more than one – but the exact number is...

Wednesday, January 4th, 2017

In pictures: Reaction NYC brings 2017 to Chicago with a bang

by Manny Diaz Reaction NYC is a two-night warehouse-style party taking place over two days, celebrating the coming of the New Year with some heavy-heaters of the music industry. This year the festival features 36 artists across...

Monday, November 21st, 2016

Stream Jai Wolf’s “Kindred Spirits” EP

Jai Wolf‘s highly anticipated debut EP, Kindred Spirits is now out. It’s likely you’ve seen Wolf at a festival, or two, this summer and are well familiar with his upbeat, high energy tunes. “Indian Summer” was a hot...

Monday, November 7th, 2016

RBMA, Jacques Greene at Bain Mathieu

Redbull Music Academy has found its home in Montreal over the last month throwing impressive shows with widely recognized musicians and artists alongside some fresh blood. Noteworthy, RBMA has been choosing less-frequented and alternative venues to host...

Wednesday, October 26th, 2016

A Freaky Deaky Halloween returns to Chicago

Over the last eight years, the Freaky Deaky music festival has become a Halloween tradition in Chicago. And while it isn’t as sought-after as some of the larger festivals that call Chicago home, this Halloween-themed festival and...

Tuesday, October 18th, 2016

Machinedrum lights up Toronto

Last Friday, LA’s Travis Stewart (AKA Machinedrum) took over Toronto’s Velvet Underground for a late night of glitchy experimental electronic music. True to his reputation and the label that stands behind him, Machinedrum played an innovative and inviting set. Stewart...

Thursday, October 13th, 2016

Let’s talk about Die Antwoord’s “Suck on This”

While Die Antwoord fans waited for the group’s September full-length release Mount Ninji and Da Nice Time Kid, the duo decided to tease audiences with the Suck on This mixtape. Released exclusively on DatPiff, the album has all of...

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