There's plenty happening in our local scene, and it is time to highlight a bunch of artists and see what they're up to.
The first web browser, canned whipped cream, and supercomputing technology are nice and all, but C-U's cultural influence is an often-overlooked piece of the twin cities' legacy.
The War on Drugs are one of the most positively received bands of the last handful of years, and they're performing in nearby Bloomington tomorrow night.
Year-end lists keep rolling, this time with a look at the best of local music releases in 2017.
Parkland Instructor and Faculty Advisor Adam Porter discusses his reinvention of Parkland College’s recording program.
Austin sat down with ZXO frontman Ryan Brewer to discuss the band's upcoming release, LP1.
James recaps the stunning show by Kamasi Washington at Canopy: “Diversity is not something to be tolerated. It is something to be celebrated.”
Hogchute Opry's fall iteration — Hogchute Harvest — is happening on Saturday. Here's why it is so special to me.
Derian speaks with Veronica Mullen about her DIY house venue, Blips and Chitz.
Saturday of PYGMALION wraps up the music programming this year, and we have our recap ready for you to check out.
Our Music Section is one of our busiest and most dynamic. Here you will find previews and reviews of local shows, festivals, and albums, as well as interviews and profiles on musicians in C-U.