Singer-songwriter Audrey Ryan performs tonight at Mike 'N Molly's. She may be the most engaging musician to grace a Shadowboxer Collective bill yet.
Julie Fowlis comes to town on Monday, spreading goodwill from Scotland and singing in her mother tongue. We have a chat with the lass.
Super 8 movies and vibraphone should go great with a walk through an art gallery, and local duo Good Night and Good Morning will provide just that tonight.
More than anything else, The Hold Steady would like to put on a great show for you — and we believe them.
Erin Fein chatted with us about the hot dirty fun that awaits them at SXSW and the weirdness involved in one-night stands in your hometown.
The son of an icon with nothing to lose, Justin Townes Earle speaks with Zack Adcock about his love for Nirvana, the evolution of song, and why he wouldn't feel so bad about punching The Boss.
Ohtis and Sunset Stallion promise minimal movement and awkward stage banter at their show tonight at Canopy Club.
Tonight at Mike 'n Molly's, singer-songwriter Peter Adriel will take his uniquely modified six-string on stage and attempt to get both hemispheres of the brain "talking to each other." He's busked in Australia, worked on church organs in Philly, farmed in New England, and studied ecology in Maine; now, he calls the Mackinaw River Valley home.
Caleb Means of New Ruins talks Spiderman and recording techniques with three Champaign-Urbana tots.
The Champaign-Urbana alum brings his latest musical venture, Certain People I Know, to campus tonight as an opener for Smoking Popes. Read on to win tickets!
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.