Posts Tagged ‘news’

Steve Lacy Survives Being Hit by a Drunk Driver

by Marissa Bachrach
Alternative R&B producer and artist, Steve Lacy, got in a car accident on Sunday, June 14. The musician survived a bad wreck after being hit by a drunk driver. Lacy was driving a Tesla when the accident occurred, and the car was totaled in the process. Luckily, Lacy is safe and actually shared photos of […]

Jillian Lake Wants You to “Bleed Baby Bleed”

by Julia Colasanti
Jillian Lake is a Canadian singer on the verge of her big break. She should be gearing up for her big tour and her concert with Billy Raffoul, but in lieu of COVID-19, she’s hunkered down in Alberta, Canada. Between baking excessive pies and twiddling her thumbs, she’s dropping singles to scratch the lonely itch […]

Kenny Rogers Leaves an Ace for Us to Keep

by Julia Colasanti
On March 20, 2020 we lost an icon, Kenny Rogers. I like to think he passed on a warm summer’s evening, on a train bound for nowhere, but alas there is always a suspension of disbelief in the “art mirrors life” theory. The three-time Grammy winner passed away at 81, leaving us with no response […]

Five Chicago Concerts to Check out This February

by Sarah Roberts
Beat the winter blues this February by jamming out at one of these concerts! February 1: Deadmau5 Hailing from Canada, this EDM artist started in 1998 with three self-released albums. His first studio album, “Get Scraped” was released in 2005 with the Zoolook. Over the years, Deadmau5 released a total of six albums, the most […]

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 […]

Lincoln Yards Gets Green Light, No Pay Day for Live Nation

by Ben LaScola
Lincoln Yards, one of Chicago’s most ambitious and controversial proposed projects in over a decade, was approved by a 10-0 vote on Thursday, January 24. The overhaul is being lead by Sterling Bay, a powerful development group that has set its sights on revamping some 50 plus acres of riverside land between Chicago’s Lincoln Park […]