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Remixes, “Are You Bored Yet?”

by Mallory Dwortz
At the end of August, Mura Masa (Alex Crossan) put a new spin on Wallows’ popular single, “Are You Bored Yet?” featuring Clairo. The alternative trio’s original mix highlights Clairo’s soft vocals in an effortlessly airy, indie jam that consistently garners the most listens on their Spotify account. It’s had a home in one of […]

New Miniature Tigers!

by Mallory Dwortz
The indie-pop-synth band known for producing ’80s infused gems just released a new single, and it’s definitely worth a listen (or 10). Charlie Brand, Rick Schaier, Algernon Quashie, and Brandon Lee came together to give us some more new music to get us through quarantine. The Miniature Tigers’ new song, “Lavender Boombox,” is now available […]

Mini-Reviews: “Under The Spell” and “Midnight Reverie”

by Darlene
With the spare time, I’ve found myself deviating from my usual. I tend to listen to the same artists consistently but, I’ve recently plunged myself into the “New Releases for You” category of Spotify for a change. This has not only exposed me to plenty of new artists but also has made the quarantine much […]

Natalie Grace Alford Writes the Theme Song to Your Dreams

by Julia Colasanti
Chicago, IL sleeps under a never-ending blanket of clouds making even the native Chicagoans question if their notoriously gloomy winters have ever been this gloomy. But at a coffee shop tucked somewhere between Wicker Park and Bucktown, the clouds have given way to rays so bright the barista should hand out sunscreen with every cappuccino. […]

“Let The Light In” Tour Reaches, Des Moines, IA

by Rachel O'Brien
  Strutting onto the stage in a sports bra and red joggers, Mandy Lee’s voice filled the air with the sound of their hit single “Machine.”   On Monday night, MisterWives performed their Des Moines, IA show with immense energy. The show was their fourth stop on their, “Let the Light In” tour. The tour […]

New Release Round-Up: The Hidden Gems of Pop Music

by Alyssa O'Brenski
Spring has sprung for pop lovers of every subgenre. In case April showers have you down, these bands are offering a sun-shining relief. Ranging from punk to indie, each artist showcases their own unique pop attitude, cultivating to form an array of addictive hits you don’t want to miss out on. Alternative Pop Oh Wonder, […]