Year-end lists keep rolling, this time with a look at the best of local music releases in 2017.
Chawla is a splendid solo artist who sounds like the boy-next-door heartthrob heard on all those SiriusXM pop stations. And that's not a bad thing.
Chunky riffs, absorbing piano, and reflective lyrics written and sung by Reece Niccum make The Dystopians latest EP an intriguing effort.
Constantin reviews acidfunerals wanderer, an accessible approach to extreme black metal.
James recaps the stunning show by Kamasi Washington at Canopy: “Diversity is not something to be tolerated. It is something to be celebrated.”
Logan was able to get out to Friday of C-U Folk and Roots Festival, and talks a bit about the feeling of community and unity at the festival.
ORDER NOW! by Bad Columbus offers a deft mix of sounds that will keep listeners guessing—and entertained.
Our writer Megan Flowers checks out C-U Jazz Fest and talks a little bit with some of the people at Jazz Fest.
An album review of Puzzle Quest's Remnants of the Orb — and while the album was a little all over the place, but shows great promise for the future.
Vic Mensa announced a pop up show at the Canopy Club before his tour with Jay Z. Naturally it sold out within a few days. Our photographer Marcus Higgins went out and snapped some photos.
Our Music Section is one of our busiest and most dynamic. Here you will find previews and reviews of local shows, festivals, and albums, as well as interviews and profiles on musicians in C-U.