Fun-loving punk duo The Villens are on WEFT Sessions tonight, and you have John Stamos to thank for the opportunity to listen.
Chicago's Janet Bean is coming to the Cowboy Monkey tomorrow night with her new band, The Horse's Ha. Brenda talks to her about broken air conditioning, assimilating different musical styles, and advice for young women musicians.
Good Night and Good Morning close out a busy weekend with an appearance on WEFT Sessions tonight.
World's First Flying Machine is back in action this Saturday at Canopy with a new violinist in tow. Ben Campbell stops by to talk about summer and winter music.
Starlight Mints are coming to Highdive tonight in support of their new album. Andy Nunez spoke to us about running his own venue and touring with daughter in tow.
Local anti-folkie Morgan Orion has a busy summer ahead, between his tour, a new album and getting the Litterbox Collective off the ground.
Nick Brown's headed back to jolly old England in a month or so, but he's playing WEFT Sessions in the meantime.
Bloomington's Constant Velocity is playing a top-notch bill at Bentley's on Saturday with My Werewolf Diary and Common Loon. We chat with CV's Alex Smith.
The C-U punk scene runs on house shows and cheap beer. Joel sat down with a quartet of the community's pillars to see what's shakin'.
Will Maring and Robert Bowlin provide a happy outlet for C-U's thriving folk scene.
The Bottle Rockets' Brian Henneman assures us that tomorrow's show will be their normal stellar live effort, but leave your recorders at home.
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.