Ben sits down with Sarah Edwards and DJ Roach of WILL to discuss their documentary, Illinois Country, which premieres Monday, March 2nd, 2020.
Music writer Joe Ingolia sat down with area guitarist Tommy O'Donnell to talk process, performance, and inspiration.
With 2020 now in full swing, the guys in LLYN sat down with Smile Politely to discuss their history, upcoming debut EP, and record release show at Rose Bowl Tavern in February.
Joe sits down with DJ Shane Canfield to discuss the 2019 Red Bull 3Style competition, his style, and more.
After 30 years in business, the legendary store will close for the last time January 31st. Seth speaks to local drummers and owner Terry Hawkins about the value and influence of the space.
Julia Hartman interviews Elsinore's Ryan Groff on the life, music, and the release of their new album, A Life in the 21st Century.
Joe Ingolia sits down with Sarah Cramer to discuss her craft and upcoming projects.
Dylan Gray recounts his final interview with recently disbanded CU funk group, Flat Moon Theory.
Rob Krumm, one of the chief organizers of the C-U Folk and Roots Festival, kindly answers some of John’s questions about this year’s festival.
Austin sits down with Pelican’s Trevor De Brauw in advance of their show at the Loose Cobra on Friday night.
Gavin sits down with rapper IsaiahG ahead of his performance at PYGMALION in a few weeks.
John speaks with David Spelman, Artistic Director of ELLNORA: The Guitar Festival, about its origins as well as this year’s themes and performers.
In our Music section, you can find a wide variety of coverage on our scene — whether it is a review of a local artist’s new album, a preview of an upcoming performance in C-U, or something in between — we’ll keep you up to date.