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Record Store Day Releases Black Friday Vinyl List

by Zach Keenum
The official Record Store Day event may not be until April 18th, but luckily vinyl fans don’t have to wait that long to get their hands on some exclusive wax goodies. Plus, it’s actually a viable reason to go out on the usually horrid shopping day that is Black Friday. Ideally, there won’t be the […]

AJR Announces ‘Neotheater’ Tour Dates, Album Tracklist

by Ben LaScola
Here’s The Latest: On Friday, March 15, AJR announced the dates and locations for their upcoming tour, The Neotheater World Tour. Tickets go on sale Friday, March 22. The band, made up of brothers Adam, Jack, and Ryan Met, will perform across the U.S from California and Seattle to Detroit and Florida. AJR will also […]

7 Artists to Look Forward to in 2019

by Daniel Friedland
With a new year comes tons of new music. Here are 7 of the artists I am anticipating most of in 2019. Superorganism With members hailing from Australia to Japan, and everywhere in between, Superorganism made a name for themselves with their 2018, self-titled debut album. The project’s creativity, turning apples and soda bottles instruments, […]

Mac DeMarco Reveals New Album and 2019 Tour

by Ben LaScola
New music from the Canadian indie-rocker will be the first album from his label, Mac’s Record Label. Mac DeMarco has announced a new album and extensive tour for 2019. The tour will kick off on the West Coast after DeMarco plays Coachella. After the festival, the mellow guitar-wielding singer will trek across the country; making […]

Is Chicago’s Music Scene Under Attack?

by Ben LaScola
Corporate Interests Challenge Chicago Indie Culture:   If you follow the Chicago music scene, you may have read about development group Sterling Bay and their proposed, “Lincoln Yards” project.  Sterling Bay wants to transform over 70 acres of defunct industrial land along the Chicago River between the Lincoln Park and Bucktown neighborhoods into “commercial and […]

Fans Bid Florida’s Okeechobee Festival Farewell

by Ben LaScola
The Okeechobee team announced in a letter on Thursday afternoon that there will be no festival in 2019.     The announcements confirms many rumors predicting the end of the beloved Florida festival that had been swirling around social media all year. Okeechobee had been an annual event in Sunshine Grove, Florida for the past […]