Nicole reviews her experience seeing Neckbeard Deathcamp perform this past Sunday at the IMC.
Take a look at this week's lineup of live local music.
Matthew Campbell and Robert Hirschfeld of Common Loon write atmospheric, tuneful songs that would make them kings of the indie music heap in a perfect world. Thankfully, they're back.
This week brings a wide variety of genres to the live music scene in C-U, and plenty of opportunities for dancing.
In honor of “International Jazz Day”, John and Nicole offer a couple of local spots to catch a show
ELLNORA is back again, and Smile Politely sat down with Krannert Center's Mike Ross and Bridget Lee-Calfas to talk about how the festival celebrates diversity, inclusivity, and exceptional guitarists.
A look at this week's events in C-U's local music scene.
Gavin chats with Jake Metz, the creator of Immersion Fest, a brand new, inclusive sound-experience festival coming to C-U at the start of May.
Another busy music week in C-U, and this time around it's especially well-suited to jazz ensemble fans.
Jeff Tweedy of Wilco performed at the Virginia last night, and although the performance was great, some audience members soured the experience.
Find out what's on the horizon for this Urbana-based band.
Plenty of options for every musical preference this week, with reggae, hip-hop, jazz, death metal, rock, classical, and folk ready for the listening across town.
In our Music section, you can find a wide variety of coverage on our scene — whether it is a review of a local artist’s new album, a preview of an upcoming performance in C-U, or something in between — we’ll keep you up to date.