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Towkio Changes Frequencies With Highly Anticipated Debut Album “WWW”

Three years in the making, Chicago-based hip hop artist Preston Oshita, more commonly associated with the moniker Towkio, will unveil his debut album on February 23rd. While fellow Savemoney collective members Chance the Rapper and Vic Mensa have attained notable success in recent years, the rising emcee has flown under the radar. Achieving local and […]

LIVE! Emancipator Ensemble Brings “Baralku” To Brooklyn Steel

Downtempo purveyor Douglass Appling (aka Emancipator) is by no means a static artist. Since the release of “Soon It Will Be Cold Enough” back in 2006, Appling has produced 5 studio albums, founded Loci Records, and turned his synth/violin two-piece act into a 5-member live band. But despite his prodigious development, Emancipator continues to be […]

Why We Love Lucidity Festival: Rising Dawn’s Lineup For 2018

We could give you a “5 Artists Not To Miss” post, and we’ve definitely got some in mind, but there’s something about not knowing half the people on Lucidity Festival: Rising Dawn‘s lineup that we absolutely adore! In some regard or another, this happens to us at every event. The smaller stages draw in up-and-comers […]

Day for Night 2017 Experiments And Pushes Artistic Boundaries

Life is about exploration. Exploration of places and the people around us. But more importantly, life is about exploring the self. The greatest achievement is to really know yourself and live in constant growth. We do this through experimentation; through not having fears about trying new things and the possibility of failing. When life becomes […]

In The Wake Of Beach Goth Rises The Growlers Six Festival

The first of it’s name; Halloween weekend; the haunting surf rock group, The Growlers gathered a mélange of friends to perform in an epic carnival style festival. With acts ranging from Danny Brown to Modest Mouse, the two day festival gathered quite a variety of goblins and ghouls. Weirdos welcomed, costumes encouraged, it was a […]