Urbana favorites and UIUC student band Fauve stopped by Loud & Local on Sunday night to play some songs and talk about their newest record, Light. Check out the music and the interview right here!
The wait is finally over. Arcade Fire have released their fourth album, Reflektor, on Merge. The album, overall, marks a point of departure from The Suburbs. Reflektor shows that the band has embraced a more rounded musical style, and has more charged and upbeat moments packed into 85 minutes than any of their past albums. […]
Paul McCarney’s new album, New, was just released October 11. It’ not the most innovative album title to say the least, but can you blame McCartney, who has released over 45 albums since his time as a Beatle, for succumbing to such an obvious album name? Considering McCartney’s machine-like output, I caution you. You’ll need […]
The audio of a Chicago train rolling against cold, metal tracks sets the scene for Local H’s ambitious seventh studio album: Hallelujah! I’m a Bum. Front-man Scott Lucas writes about the problems fragmented politics can have on everyday people and how that makes things like getting through a winter particularly bleak. In between songs, there’s a […]
The greatest thing about music festivals is that you get to see bands that you absolutely love, and in the same day you get the chance to discover new music as well. Pitchfork Music Festival ended just yesterday night, and I left with a few songs stuck in my head. Here they are, songs from […]
Congratulations to ATO, the Frattle of the Bands II winners!