“We have changed, and it’s a good thing for people like us to see.” Through their new Broken Robots single and video “Who Am I?” Wood Dale’s Kat and Tony Baker close a chapter on their past struggles with addiction.
Revisiting a song they released last fall, The Footlight District doubles down on its powerful message.
Premiere: Wild Gravity injects a little optimism into our recovery with debut single, video ‘Comatose’
Ken Ugel and Phil O’Reilly try an uplifting tactic with the debut single from the new project Wild Gravity.
If you’ve watched the trailer for the short film “Valentine,” you might recognize some familiar faces from the local music scene in it.
Tiny Kingdoms veers further into upbeat, joyful pop-rock territory with its new single “All I Know.”
So whose fault is it anyway? Wolf Rd contends both sides are to blame in its new single and video
When the Sun Sets is a band built on a mission: To connect with people
West suburban Marina City presents a powerful new pop song for fans.
“Alive,” the new single by Northwest suburban pop-punk band Joyful., tells a story about breaking free from a bad relationship. But it also can speak to all of us right now on our own terms.
Broken Robot’s video, “Burn It Down,” celebrates escaping from the struggles people are quietly fighting in the shadows.
The weather’s cooling off, but Kevin Pollack has a lakefront party invitation just for you.
How much would you change about yourself in the name of image?
Fluorescents pushes its pop-punk game up another level with its new EP release.
EGxBH dives deep into the static and white noise that keep us off balance in the band’s new video, “All in My Head.”
Fresh tracks: Ember Oceans, David Forman, Fluorescents, Scott Hildebrand, Goof, Bryan Joseph Kuhn and more
Fresh new music and videos, straight out of the Chicago and suburban scene.
Their plans for a big album release were scrapped, but Woodridge rock band Radar are forging ahead with single release and a new video.
If you missed our livestream concert with Tim and Tom from the Plain White T’s, you can still catch the video here
Stay in and enjoy some new music and videos from Chicago-area artists
Gritty, relatable charm weaves itself through Til Morning’s new punk-infused pop-rock cry to hold on, “Okay.”
As Taylor Brennan, new frontman for The Million Reasons, agonizes over his quest to find