Tag Archives | Elsinore

Interview: Elsinore

WPGU staff writer Alleya Weibel got the chance to sit down with local favorites Elsinore (Frontman Ryan Groff, Keyboardist Mark Woolwine, and Bassist Brad Threlkeld) to discuss their upcoming album, tour, and much more.  Check out the article below and purchase their new record Push/Pull here. Alleya (WPGU): There’s a lot of buzz for your […]

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Elsinore – Push/Pull (Album Announcement)

We here at WPGU have taken a little break the past couple of weeks in preparation for the new school year, but now, we’re back.  I firmly believe there is no better way to make our return to internet blogging than to announce a new album from Champaign-Urbana’s own Elsinore!  The new album is called Push/Pull […]

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Elsinore – New Album Teaser Trailer

I don’t know how I missed this last week, but local favorites Elsinore released a teaser trailer for their upcoming album.  For now, this is the only hint fans have at the new album, but new updates are promised soon.  I, for one, can’t wait for the album.  If it’s anything like their first Sophomore effort Yes […]

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Monday Mixer

  The longer version of this Monday Mixer’s title is: Songs to Walk Down a Leaf-Littered Street To. Poetic, I know. Consider this a collection of songs to enhance your experience while trampling down the orange, yellow, and red covered sidewalks during these last October days. Yes, the chill fall playlist has been done, but […]

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Santah improves steadily with You’re Still a Lover

  When I first heard this band, it was at the Illini Union this past spring, where they were playing with bands like Elsinore, Grandkids and Kids These Days. The next morning, I bought a lot of music, including this Santah’s debut and previous album, White Noise Bed, and how could I not, this band […]

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Pygmalion Music Festival: Saturday

We bring you some reviews of mostly local acts from Saturday of Pygmalion Music Festival. Elsinore at a WPGU 107.1 In Studio  Elsinore 3:15-3:45 Thriving Community Seeing Elsinore perform at Exile on Main St was a highlight of the festival, mostly because of the intangible feeling of community present there.  The place was packed with […]

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