The guys in ZORILA have been focusing on reconnecting during quarantine. See them tonight on Instagram Live.
During the last two months, Jon Wilson has worn out a cushion on his couch working on his new solo project, Save the Rhinos
August Hotel’s new four-song “Stations” EP is a real step forward for the band
The lack of live musical performances has taken its toll on artists, but dive-bar soul singer Phillip-Michael Scales is making the best of these weird times.
Joyful. addresses changed relationships and final moments in its second single release
How are festival staples like American English, Semple and Boy Band Review handling COVID-19 restrictions and summer fest cancellations?
Chicago’s independent music venues are at risk of closing due to the COVID-19 pandemic. So
Matt and Kristen Murray bring the alternative pop of Elmhurst’s Like Language to tonight’s concert/interview on Instagram Live
Country music fans will have to put their barbecue cravings on hold for a bit.
Grab ahold of some summer vibes with Tiny Kingdoms’ new single “Daydream”
Tim Lopez and Tom Higgenson join us for an interview and to play some Plain White T’s tunes TONIGHT on Instagram
Zack Baumgartner and When the Sun Sets are clear about their own struggles in order to help others through the band’s new EP.
Sure, creative expression and having new experiences are important, but Dean Sinclair also wanted to have a little fun with his new Deanie Boy project.
Arlington Heights/Mount Prospect artist Kevin Farris joins us TONIGHT to play songs and chat about his music and his time on “The Voice”
For the first time since the Great Depression, the Ravinia music festival will not go forward this year
Dream-pop artist Sammy Cannillo muses on the void left where someone once was in her new single, “Sleep On It.”
Marina City’s Ryan Argast joins us for chats and an acoustic performance in the first of our livestreaming concert series
Let Palatine’s Ember Oceans take you on an indie-pop getaway with the new single “Cheap Flights (Hawaii)”
Elmhurst native Dan Konopka said he and the band OK Go “let the geek flag fly” and started channeling their inner scientists, using their videos as educational tools.
Superkick, Dumb House and Camp Edwards channel the DIY spirit, but together, with new split EP “Super Dumb Camp”