Talking with Nathaniel Rateliff

Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats by Malia James

Nashville – Nathaniel Rateliff. The name is getting bigger by the day. His new album is pumping life into the Rhythm and Blues section of the record store. A section maybe a little overlooked lately. He and his band, Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats, just dropped their self-titled album on August 21, and it

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Talking With Tommy of the DMA’s


Chicago – Australia has been pumping out new bands left and right, giving us amazing acts like Tame Impala, Courtney Barnett, and The Preatures, just to name a few. This summer another group of Aussies, known as DMA’s, began to take the world by storm, touring throughout North America and Europe, playing pretty much every major festival known to man.

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Interview: Good Graeff

Good Graeff by Sarah Hess

Chicago – Some time ago I had the pleasure of sitting down with Good Graeff. Truth be told, I hadn’t heard of the Graeff sisters till I got an email suggesting I check out their show. I took a listen to their indie-folk and thought, “Not bad.” So I found my way to Lincoln Hall

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Making Friends With Bully

Bully by Pooneh Ghana

Chicago – Every so often a band comes along that just melts your mind, blows you out of the water, and plenty more idioms that I’m too lazy to google. Bully is one of those bands. In just a short amount of time, the Nashville rockers have built a strong fan base and developed a

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The Mysterious filous Talks High School


Portland - Freshly graduated from high school, Austrian producer filous just dropped his first EP of original material, Dawn, July 17th. The 18-year old has taken great care not to reveal his name, or even his whole face, making his filous persona completely separate from his personal one. He plays at least 20 instruments, all of

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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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