“Working on songs so deeply tied to human connection in the dead of the pandemic was, in many ways, cathartic and healing. Looking at these complicated parts of our lives from different perspectives gave us new understandings and taught us patience.” – Maceo Vidal-Haymes (The O’My’s) Rogers Park alt-R&B duo The O’My’s are back with […]
Jesse De La Peña reflects on the influence Parker Lee Williams had on the Chicago hip-hop scene as we know it today.
Master P chats with Bekoe about entrepreneurship, his new cereal and more.
Four-piece jazz band New Context premiers music video for “Hurricane” — featured on HBO’s “South Side.”
Jazz drummer, beat scientist and bandleader Makaya McCraven keeps past music alive — but puts his own spin on it.
Chicago singer-songwriter Tasha releases sophomore record “Tell Me What You Miss the Most.”
Chicago singer-songwriter Serena Isioma gets introspective to pounding beats for their Nov. 3 single “Crying In The Club.”
Grammy award-winning Cory Henry delves deep into his deepest musical heroes, favorite keyboards, what it’s like to be back on tour again and more.
We might have gotten rained out at Summer Smash and nearly trampled by fence-jumpers at Lollapalooza (true story), but that didn’t stop us from enjoying some of our favorite late summer festivals in the city.
MCs Olskool Ice-Gre and E.P. da Hellcat entered the studio for the first time in more than a decade at the behest of Kanye West.