Our staff was there to catch a bunch of sets at Krannert Center's ELLNORA, which happens every other year in Urbana. It's never long enough, and always worth every moment of our time.
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.
We made our annual trip up to Chicago to Pitchfork Music Festival, and Patrick and Ryan recap the weekend that was.
Sal watched The Underwerewolves play live in downtown Champaign on July 14 and doesn't agree that they're "dumb garage rock for dumb people."
Our newest photographer, Brennin, was able to catch Audiofeed Music Festival on its last day. Between music, spikeball, and foodtrucks, she couldn't have had a better time.
Something about the music of Bashful Youngens inspires a yearning to get in the car and take a road trip, at least according to Sal, who is impressed with the band's new offering.
Sal reviews the new album by The Autocorrect, a mixed-bag recording that ponders our digitized life.
Sal recaps last night's Tom Petty show at State Farm Center.
Katie reviews Adventures in Time, the latest EP by the humorous sci-fi rockers The Underwerewolves, and finds it to be an interesting fusion of humor and horror.
Check out some of the action that went on over the weekend at the DIY music event Dark Tower Fest.
Sal chats with Kamila Glowacki of the group Nectar about the band's new EP, as well as some other projects she's involved in, ahead of several shows she's playing in the area over the next month.
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.