After COVID-19 forcing two years of cancelations, Audiofeed is back on June 30-July 3. Festival founder Jim Eisenmenger tells us what to expect this year.
Sean talks with Elena and Travis from Soft and Dumb to discuss their newest song, their upcoming record, and how the band has changed since formation.
Getting started in the music industry can be daunting, but The Bashful Youngens have a few tips to help out young musicians.
Sean sits down with Parkland College's student run record label to discuss the upcoming Perimeter Road Music Festival, and the ups and downs of planning such an event.
Sean chats with Andrew Buckley, who is striving to shake up the classical music world with his upcoming album Where We Go Next, which brings a younger generation of composers into the spotlight.
Sean chats with Mimi Parker and Alan Sparhawk of LOW ahead of their show at Channing Murray on Thursday.
Sal talks with the legendary Lucinda Williams about inspiration, record labels, recovering from her stroke, and more.
Singer, songwriter, and bass guitarist Sticks shared stages in the 1980s and 1990s with several successful bands. Now he’s on his own path to musical success with a catchy three-piece group called Bristle.
Despite Kangaroo Court being only a few months old, the band has shown that they are a force to be reckoned with. Sean talks to frontman Jake Luce about the future of the band.
Jason Croft’s “Bachelor Pad Radio Show” will be moving from WEFT to WILL-FM and the lounge revival will live on forever.
Kyle Fleming of Fleming Music Therapy breaks down some common myths around music therapy and discusses how anyone can benefit from it.
Sean sits down with Kamila Glowacki and Andrew Rodriguez, the creative minds behind the new iteration of Krannert Art Remastered, happening October 2nd and 7th.
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.