Month: March 2019
Ali dropped by the Vocalo studios to chat Whole Foods, the honesty of Chicago, and improv’s roots in social justice work…
For this excerpt of Emily’s visit to Reclaimed Soul, Ayana pulls from her expansive vinyl collection to make music selections tailor-made for soulful singer/songwriter Emily King.
Reclaimed Soul’s Ayana Contreras sat down with Helado Negro to discuss his latest album, This Is How You Smile, as well as some of the surprising themes behind it.
Owen Finn, a local Chicago musician, stopped by The Morning AMp to talk about the upcoming release of his new song “Bread n’ Butter” as well as the launch of his new clothing line.
Maria Bamford, a comedian and mental health advocate, talked with Jill Hopkin’s about her upcoming shows at the Den Theater. Bamfort is known for her work on Arrested Development, Lady Dynamite, Bojak Horseman and Adventure Time.
The EP finds the “Latin Soul” singer and songwriter in search of a sanctuary as he addresses pain and trauma of the past and re-examines his beliefs.
“Synergy” is the first Hip Hop album produced and performed entirely by women.
Tensei’s new album album “Constellate” is half instrumentals, half vocals, and it’s filled with features and guest appearances.
In a rebuttal of an op-ed in The Sun-Times, Preston stands up for young activists in Chicago.
The comedian talks about his time on The Chappelle Show, being cast on The Wire, and being forever on tour.