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Why You Should Try Going to A Rave!

by Katy Clark
When I surveyed my college classroom, over 50% of people associated the term ‘rave’ with something  along the lines of, “Crazy party where everybody gets high.” Unfortunately that’s what the media portrays it to be, but in all reality drugs and music have been lifelong dance partners. I really want to resolve this misconception because […]

What Do I Pack For A Music Festival?

by Katy Clark
So you’ve bought tickets, have a means of getting there, and got the time off approved. You’re (almost) ready to a music festival, CONGRATULATIONS!!! Even getting to this part can pose some difficulties, so let me ease the load by helping you with what’s next: packing. When done right, packing can be easy breezy and […]

Chicago’s Own, Statik Set To Release New Album

by Katy Clark
J.R. Schramm, professionally known as Statik, is an electro-soul, bass-funky guitarist and audio engineer from Chicago, Illinois. Fusing an array of instruments together with coasting electronic beats, he creates an art that is unique among others in the scene. Statik has put out a collection of singles and 3 albums in his career; A Shift […]

Social Media & Music: How LÜM Is Changing Streaming Forever

by Katy Clark
“Music is the most famous and popular language in the world” – PSY I agree, music is not only a popular and famous language, but a unique one because there aren’t necessarily words. Still, everyone can understand the language a song can speak; the moment when the hairs on your arm stand up from pulsing […]

What’s a JPEGMAFIA?

by HYNDRYX
Abrasive noise, scathing political sarcasm, and groovy experimentation is the best way I can describe my experience with Baltimore native rapper, JPEGMAFIA. Upon discovering him, I was completely engulfed in his no-holds barred style of music that meshes his brutally honest personality with some of the wildest production happening in all of music. His creativity […]

2018: In Memoriam

by Ben LaScola
It’s Been a Year  In 2018, the worlds of politics, television, comics, movies, and music were forever changed by icons that passed away. This year we said goodbye to Senator John McCain, Stan Lee, Burt Reynolds, and Stephen Hillenburg to name a few. The music world was shaken at the loss of several beloved artists young […]