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Chicago musician and performance artist excavates past traumas, processes past relationship and reflects on lifestyle pre-sobriety.

David Himmel used to go by Dr. Dave. Nowadays though, it’s just Dave. He didn’t get his medical license revoked but rather stepped away from his gig as an oldies radio disc jockey. As a former radio DJ at a commercial station in Las Vegas, Himmel was on the front lines of the war against […]

Matt Muse shares a new track in which he reps Chicago’s South Side.

Swopes joined Vocalo to talk falling in love with Chicago, the evolving tools of digital art, and feeling connected.

We caught up with Nancy in the Vocalo studios to chat Chicagolandia, birria, and storefront theaters…

Ireashia sat down in the Vocalo studio to speak about their love of Hyde Park, what led them to pursue arts, finding their place as a Black Queer artist, and their current work as Audio / Visual Productions Manager at University of Chicago’s C(i)3 lab.

Tanji Harper sat down in the studio with Vocalo to chat growing up on Chicago’s South Side, fascination with Lake Michigan, and her evolution from dance instructor to youth mentor.

Ali dropped by the Vocalo studios to chat Whole Foods, the honesty of Chicago, and improv’s roots in social justice work…

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.


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