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Chicago actor, poet and Hip Hop artist talks intersection between theater and music, the radical and rebellious nature of his art, and new album “Maintain.”

Chicago’s Absolutely Not are shredding guitars and ignorance, and igniting the stage and change with their uncompromising glam punk sound.

Chai Tulani consistently hits that sweet spot where Soul meets Hip Hop, and his African heritage is joyfully expressed against the backdrop of American Pop culture.

HXRY (pronounced “Harry”) is a fresh force in Chicago’s music scene

Shad’s newest album is called “Short Story About A War,” a concept album about a society plagued by fear, confusion, greed and inequality.

Chicago actress Sydney Charles talks about her titular role in the play, “Nina Simone: Four Women”. 

Abi Sanchez is one of Chicago’s rising comedic talents. He is recording his first comedy album, “A.B.I.: A Bad Idea”.

Indie Pop / R&B singer, Emily King, talks to Vocalo Radio about her new album “Scenery”.

This week we caught up with a new duo on the Chicago rap scene, Free Snacks. Joshua Virtue and Ruby Watson recall how they both met at a party and immediately hit it of, something unusual, Virtue jokes, "because I normally hate rappers." Working alone, it's easy to get inside your own head, Watson said. [...]

On his new album “Resolution,” Shamir is making raw, vulnerable indie rock