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The Voidz Return to Chicago For Intimate Sold-Out Gig & Don’t Disappoint

November 18th, 2014: I had quickly fallen victim to the frigid Chicago air as I patiently waited along North Sheffield Avenue. My hands and feet had gone completely numb, but frankly, it was the least of my concerns. More importantly, The Voidz were preparing to make their Chicago debut with a one night residency at […]

Indie Rocker RIVVRS Holds On Until It’s Time To “Let It Die”

Through bated breath and gritted teeth, a solemn swear that demise is near. RIVVRS let’s go, if not begrudgingly, that which no longer brings him love. We hang on to way more shit than we need. Mentally, physically, emotionally. If every one of those negative thoughts carried a physical weight we would crush ourselves – […]

French Horn Rebellion & Patawawa Are Trying Hard To Be Your “Mr. Romantic”

Trying too hard to be “Mr. Romantic” this year? Even if you don’t have all the right moves, French Horn Rebellion & Patawawa make love sound so good. Do you stumble when walking by? Try to hold hands at the wrong time? Your dancing isn’t cute, but damn you try. The effort counts, and it’s […]

Vandelux Drops Gritty, Layered Track “Renegade”

Vandelux’s “Renegade” is a bass kickin’, gravel spittin’ kind of track. In his fourth original release, Canadian multi-instrumentalist Vandelux embodied the very style of a renegade. He went off the beaten path experimented with a solo closet composition, laying multiple instruments on top of each other. With gritty guitar licks and bass kicks, “Renegade” is […]

imi Paints With Sound In Dramatic Synthwave Single “Margins”

Juxtaposing delicate vocals with roaring synths, imi paints a bold and colorful soundscape in “Margins”. Blue waves of sound come crashing down around you as brilliant red flashes of white and yellow light pelt your visual cortex. Music morphs, color changes, and finding the edge between b-flat and navy blue is getting quite difficult. A […]