Karen chats Chicago’s working-class roots, her work with ArtReach Chicago, and how to heal trauma through creativity.
Chicago-based painter and musician Palos de Santos didn’t start making music until 2019, several months after receiving a cancer diagnosis. Now, with two artistic disciplines, Palos de Santos’ palette of self-expression has been widened.
We spoke with lo-fi hip-hop artist Pat Williams about the Toronto music scene, the process of creating his EP, Eternal Sunshine of The Spotless Mind and more.
Chicago hip-hop artist NePH breaks down his inspirations, dream collabs and more.
We virtually chatted with Catho. about her creative process, influences and hopes for the rest of 2021…
From his favorite collaboration to his favorite cookie, Peter CottonTale tells all…
Wyatt Waddell’s multifaceted sound has been described as moving from the “raspy timbre of James Brown to the melodic whimsy of Paul McCartney.”
Two Chicago recording studios adapted amid pandemic, serving as midwives for births… and sometimes rebirths of recordings.
It’s been over a year since Chicago stages went silent, and venues across the city are doing what they can to hang on until the return of public performance.
Hiatus Kaiyote returns with new single and new album announcement…