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Marshmello & Kane Brown Team Up to Release Song in 2019

by Ben LaScola
Marshmello and Kane Brown have recently announced that they will release a song together in 2019, according to tweets from both musicians.   On November 22, Marshmello tweeted: I’m thankful that me and @kanebrown have a song coming next year — marshmello (@marshmellomusic) November 22, 2018 Brown, the 24-year-old Georgia native replied: It’s to real….. […]

Mark Ronson and Miley Cyrus Release “Nothing Breaks Like a Heart”

by Ben LaScola
Miley Cyrus and Mark Ronson on Thursday released a new single called “Nothing Breaks Like a Heart.” The song is the first single from Ronson’s upcoming solo record; his first since 2015’s Uptown Special. In a recent BBC interview, the prolific producer described the album as one filled with “sad bangers” that will be equal […]

Shadowtown

by Erin Riedl
Down in Louisiana, there is a pile of records at the bottom of a murky pond. Adam Dale, a 38 year old Pipefitter from Minden, Louisiana is set to debut his first solo album on October 6th. “Shadowtown” is a rock album which tells a vivid tale of an old urban legend. Legend has it, […]

Country Music Hater Attends Country Lakeshake Festival

by Henry Netherland
It was a bright, beautiful, rainy, Chicago afternoon. The surface area of the Huntington Bank Pavilion was covered in mud and wet grass. Despite the struggles mother nature enforced on me, I knew I had to achieve my main objective: review a country music festival. Full disclosure I would not call myself a country music […]

Music Alive in Chicagoland

by Ben LaScola
On Friday, May 18th, a few dozen twentysomethings gathered in a Hickory Hills basement for, “an intimate May evening.”   I’m talking about a good old basement show. Tonight’s lineup features Indie bands, How It Got Burned, Romancoke, Matthew McNeal, and Them Dead Poets. Each band plays five or six songs for the crowd, then […]

Me and That Man’s Songs of Love and Death – Review

by David Gagnon
Many were surprised when Nergal, the frontman of the notorious Polish death metal act Behemoth, announced that he was working on a folk/blues/country project. The project went unnamed for the longest time, with only clips of songs that Nergal posted to his Instagram. Eventually, we got a name, “Me and That Man,” and that Nergal […]