The new nine-song album by Neoga Blacksmith, Chronontonius, is a musical triumph.
Charlie Ford was right. Last Saturday night, the Iron Post was probably the queerest spot in Champaign-Urbana. Megan recaps the evening in Urbana.
In this third installment of the Master Tracks series, James Treichler of Wave Upon Wave discusses his engineering origin story, and the importance of finding balance between rawness and polish.
The four piece Memphis-based blues rock band, Avon Dale, will be returning to play a show in its original home of Champaign-Urbana.
Brennin speaks with one of the newest outfits in C-U, Shazu.
SvenStock approaches its third consecutive year as we get closer to August. We caught up with Sven Johnson to see what this event was all about.
Austin spoke with Bentley's Pub co-owner Ashley Buerkett, and bartender-in-chief, Matt "Fu" Kucera about this weekend's FRINGE FEST.
Austin talks with Bookmobile!'s drummer, Luke Bergkoetter, about the band's upcoming full-length release.
Sarah Shooks talks to us about adjusting to the touring life and how she's tried to use her new platform to speak up for the underrepresented.
Ryan speaks with James Moore about the music documentary he and his friends made as they took a 5,000 mile roadtrip called Can I Sing You a Song?
This coming Monday, June 26th, Katie Flynn will be performing for a great cause. Proceeds will benefit Courage Connection, a local agency dedicated to supporting victims of domestic violence.
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.