Summer is upon us. Random fireworks, cookouts and (hopefully) sun-drenched relaxation populate the too-short days and nights. And our fresh In Rotation tracks, selected by #TeamVocalo out of hundreds of artist submissions are ready to serve your personal soundtrack. Check out some of the cuts we’ll be spinning on air all month long on our playlist below — and don’t forget to add it to your library so you can stay up to date on handpicked new music, refreshed every month.
Chicago jazz outfit New Context discusses their writing processes, inspirations and the ways in which the galaxy of jazz is expanding.
Lombre’s latest single “Come Find Me” showcases the artist in a different light.
If there’s one thing you need to know up front about Honey Padre, it’s his commitment to authenticity in all his creative endeavors. Charles A. Honeywood is Honey Padre — a Chicago-based hip-hop artist who found his footing absorbing the sounds of the city’s most iconic 90s rap groups. Incorporating poetry-centered lyrics and catchy instrumentals, […]
Cassius Tae makes music that stands out from the typical Chicago hip-hop sound. He’s as emotionally transparent as his music is captivating. And he consistently lays bare his feelings with expressive lyrics layered atop of crisp beats: music that appeal to a diverse pool of listeners in Chicago and beyond. Although continually drawing inspiration from […]
Teo The Artist is a Chicago musician through and through. Otherwise known as Tim Jones, Teo is a Chicago-based rapper, producer and musician born and raised in the city. Driven to make a positive difference in Chicago and in the rap scene as a whole, he incorporates a background in jazz and gospel to create […]
West London rapper Xadi is the definition of a self-made artist.
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.
We virtually chatted with Catho. about her creative process, influences and hopes for the rest of 2021…
Wyatt Waddell’s multifaceted sound has been described as moving from the “raspy timbre of James Brown to the melodic whimsy of Paul McCartney.”