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The Flower Jax (Live In-Studio)

Fitz & the Tantrums (Interview)

A Cool Hand (Live In-Studio)

The Fights (Live In-Studio)

Fauve (Live In Studio)

Morgan Orion (Live in Studio)

Tame Impala- Currents (Review)

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Tame Impala is back with their first album of 2015, Currents, after giving us sneak peaks at tracks all through out the year until now. Maybe it’s the 80’s techonology-esque cover art that’s doing it for me, but this time around Tame Impala bring a new energy and determination to their music. There are not […]

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Wilco- Star Wars (Review)

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It is with sporadic, spontaneous, and erratic strumming that Wilco’s surprise (and free) new album, Star Wars, opens up. Sounding reminiscent of Jeff Tweedy’s fake Parks and Recreation band, Land Ho!, Wilco takes on the ninth studio album complete with 11 tracks – which were all played at Chicago’s own Pitchfork festival July 17. While […]

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WPGU at Ruido Fest

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All Photos by Zachary Schroeder This past weekend (Friday, July 10 through Sunday, July 12) Addams/Medill Park, just north of the Pilsen neighborhood in Chicago, hosted the first ever Ruido Fest. Festival promoters marketed the event as one designed to showcase Latin music spanning genres and generations, with an emphasis on Latin alternative rock and […]

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Monday Mixer

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Written by Julia Antonson After 20 long years of being an Illinoisan it is weird to say that I now join the long list of students that have to commute by plane to school. It will feel weird that I won’t be taking the Suburban Express back to the suburbs for Thanksgiving break, and that […]

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Remember Whensday- The Father of Soul

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Today is the anniversary of singer and songwriter Ray Charles’ death back in 2004. So for this Remember Whensday, we remember the man who was the catalyst for the gospel movement, and soul music generally, really all throughout the 1950s and 1960s, and whose music will continue to inspire music and songwriters for many years […]

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Sun Kil Moon- Universal Themes (Review)

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2014 was an interesting year for Sun Kil Moon’s Mark Kozelek. After releasing the critically lauded Benji, increased media attention brought to light Kozelek’s crude sense of humor with the whole “War On Drugs: Suck My Cock” circus. It was a surprisingly polarizing year for an artist who has been working since 1992. Given the […]

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