A Little Chat With Little May

Little May by Sarah Hess

Chicago – Australian trio Little May has begun to turn heads here in the States, especially with their recently released single “Home.” Originally leaning towards folk, they now gravitate more toward indie rock and blend in beautiful, crisp harmonies. Guitarist Liz Drummond, drummer Hannah Field, and guitarist/banjoist Annie Hamilton have been hard at work on

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Seoul Bears Their’s


New York – I sat down for burritos in the Lower East Side with Montreal atmospheric electronic outfit Seoul before their show at Elvis Guesthouse celebrating the release of their debut LP I Become A Shade. We talked about the Montreal music scene, the importance of creative presentation, and when not to listen to their

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Vicktor Taiwò Lets Down His Guard with JUNO

Vicktor Taiwò

Chicago – British electro-R&B artist Vicktor Taiwò first caught the attention of music lovers with “Digital Kids.” Two years after the release of that sultry, soulful single, Vicktor Taiwò is finally unveiling his debut EP JUNO. The Nigerian born, London raised photographer turned singer has created a beautiful, heartfelt album, that has had critics comparing

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Eoin Loveless of Drenge on the band’s new album Undertow


San Francisco – Early on Drenge’s sophomore LP Undertow, singer-guitarist Eoin Loveless shouts in a tone tinged with obstreperous punk-rocker triumph, “we can do what we want!” That succinct declaration of autonomy and defiance adequately sums up the U.K.-based duo’s musical philosophy. Instead of simply continuing the same blistering sound terrifically exemplified on last year’s

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The Magic of Gold Star

Gold Star

Chicago – Marlon Rabenreither is a magical man of many talents. The Los Angeles painter and mixed media artist turned musician first drew attention to himself with his persona Johnny Ruby, the founding member of Sister Ruby Band. Now he’s taken on a new alias with his brilliant solo project. As Gold Star, Rabenreither seems

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