With four incredible DJs, the party was in full swing here at Vocalo this weekend! Relive the action by rewatching some of the sets here …
We put you in the booth with some of Chicago’s best DJs every Saturday and Sunday! And after the first weekend, we can’t wait to keep the good times coming …
This week we launched a new series on our IG Live with Kevin Coval and Idris Goodwin where they talk hip hop and nonsense.
Angelica Garcia decorated the Tiny Desk with colorful fabrics, orange flowers, a fuchsia dress, and a great deal of pride in what she calls her “Salva-Mex-American” heritage. Her song “Orange Flower” got my attention back in 2016, but I thought of her only as a Virginia rock and roller. Not anymore. Angelica Garcia’s music in the 2020s embraces […]
Don’t see this video? Click here. Three samples. Three genres. Three generations. Watch 9th Wonder take us on a sonic journey while breaking down the trio of beats he produced for one Kendrick Lamar classic: “Duckworth.” The Formula is a five-episode series on the art of sampling in which acclaimed hip-hop producers show us how they find […]
Whether Just Blaze is tapping out sampled drums or utilizing live drummers in the studio, his ability to harness energy is what makes his beats so dynamic.
Nico Marchetti speaks about the wilder sides of working with tigers and the king himself …
Arrancamos Homey Interviús, una serie de charlas con personajes del mundo artístico desde la comodidad de sus hogares. En esta primera edición, el músico Gabacho nos habla desde su rincón favorito en su apartamento en Pilsen, Chicago.
Her debut album, Capes, is out now and Jill Hopkins sat down with the singer to discuss the timing of this album, being a black girl superhero, and the capes we have in our own lives.
The Iranian-Swedish singer draws her musical cues from Brandy and Sade while racking up a list of collaborators such as Vince Staples, James Fauntleroy and, most recently, Pharrell Williams.