Plague Vendor are not known for their subtlety, and their performance at Chicago’s Beat Kitchen was anything but subtle. Eschewing a traditional light show, the band performed the entirety of their set […]
Born on a mountain, raised in a cave, playing guitar and petting dogs is all Andrew craves.
If Elijah Noll could pick any superpower, it would be teleportation. “I’d love to be in as many places as once. I could have so many more experiences. That’s all that really […]
Kill Scenes’ latest release, In Dreams could itself be the soundtrack to a dream, which is appropriate for a project that seeks to create soundtracks to imaginary films. Like a dream, it switches […]
Drain the Maker, the debut full-length from avant-garde electro-pop act uuskhy (stylized in lower case letters) is at once very modern and surprisingly old-school. The album haphazardly mixes a blend of eclectic […]