3 Affordable Midwest Music Festivals

by Katy Clark
Mamby on the Beach: $79-$149 Mamby on the Beach is a festival located in Chicago, Illinois at the famous Oak Wood Beach. Usually taking place at the end of June (2019 official dates aren’t released yet), this is a fun festival for all ages. With a sandy beach, laidback vibes, and a beautiful Chicago skyline […]

Discovering New Artists- From Playlist to Performance

by brebeierle
With festival season approaching, it can be easy for us headbangers to only get excited about the vibrant headliners. As much as I love a good ODESZA or Illenium show, I’ve been working on expanding my horizons. So lately, I’ve been exploring and becoming more infatuated with the underrated artists that complete the beautifully complex […]

Up Next: Ayanis

by channaweird
Recently through Instagram, I came across a new artist that’s signed to Atlantic Records, and her name is Ayanis.Ayanis signed to Atlantic in 2017, and to celebrate such a monumental moment in her career, she announced that her EP, Direction, would be released November 16, 2018. I happen to come across her mid-December, I believe, […]

Fyre’s Fuck Up’s: Where Billy McFarland Went Wrong

by Katy Clark
Let me start by saying planning a festival is not easy by any means, there are inevitably some mistakes that will be made along the way, and some level of tolerance and consideration that the audience should have. Being the devils advocate for this horrific outcome would involve thinking how stressful it must have been working […]

Look Back At It (Video) – A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie

by channaweird
A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie released a new video for single, “Look Back At It,” which is one of my favorites from his latest album, HoodieSZN. The video starts with an appearance from Russell Horning (aka Backpack Kid), where he’s shown playing the guitar and blasting his music loudly but, eventually gets fussed at by […]

The Merchandise Era in Music

by stephescobar8
What’s the issue? Artist in recent years have had a difficult time on profiting solely on their music sales. “In 2017, artists captured just 12% of music revenue” – Citi Global Perspectives and Solution (GPS) states in a report. Sometimes, we tend to forget that a lot of these people who make music rely on […]

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