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Vic Mensa took the virtual Lollapalooza stage to premiere a short film/music video hybrid that acted as not only a live performance, but as a direct social commentary. Vic Mensa’s Lollapalooza set is a very intentional tool of protest against systemic and racist institutions . The video is a distressed outcry in an unjust world. […]

The tracks we couldn’t NOT give a shoutout to…here’s what (else) we’re listening to, all month long.

Jill Hopkins is back with her Top 5 favorite local submissions from the month of August …

With a music video full of sincerity and animated charm, Ric Wilson reminds us to stay positive during these challenging times.

Joliet-born/Chicago based illustrator and graphic designer Laura Gomez speaks about how she’s been keeping herself active as a visual artist, and her new exhibit celebrating nuestras identidades and underrepresented women.

Chicago rapper, producer and vlogger LILBOYROC chats with us about “Honey,” keeping creative control, and unreleased music on the way.

After making a name for himself as a guitar player, Michael Damani is setting off on his own with a conversation around our nation’s racial reckoning.

Afro-Cuban singer and musician La Dame Blanche is featured in this month’s first mini music profile.

Escucha LOUDA’s Guest DJ set for Domingos en Vocalo featuring her new electro-pop single “Fresita”, and watch her latest video celebrating femininity and owning oneself.

Chicago singer and poet Jamila Woods follows up 2019’s “LEGACY! LEGACY!” with a single dedicated to Toni Morrison and her 1973 novel “Sula.”