Canopy kills it this week with shows featuring Phantogram and more. That plus some great benefits and a little St. Patty's Day fun make up your list of C-U shows.
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Motes announce their return to the studio, share demo track
Indie powerhouse Motes have announced that they’ll be returning to the studio to begin tracking their sophomore LP. This will be the follow-up to Keep It In The Dark, their highly lauded debut full-length that …
The sun has set on that
To prep us for his show tomorrow at Cowboy Monkey, Julia chats with Braid member Chris Broach about his new project, Sunset, and some of the huge life changes he's made recently.
The Dry Look releases first EP
Garage rock outfit The Dry Look have dropped their first release. Called Juiceless Glare, the four-track EP is through Sonic Dust Records and is the band’s first studio effort, put out ahead of their show …
The Overture: March 6-12
A stacked week of music in C-U includes Vince Staples, some excellent benefit shows, and the latest project from a member of Braid. Find more within.
SNST, featuring Chris Broach of Braid, debut new track and video
Rock and electronica act SNST, the latest project from Chris Broach of Braid, have released a new single and video. “Maybe We’ve Got It” debuted via Alternative Press on Friday, ahead of the release of the group’s first …
Audiofeed Festival announces 2017 dates
Audiofeed Music Festival has announced the dates and details for this year’s fest. Taking place in its usual spot on the Champaign County Fairgrounds, 2017’s iteration will occur over the weekend of June 30th to …
The Overture: Feb. 27-Mar. 5
Some excellent benefit shows and yearly celebrations highlight this week of music in C-U. Check out more within.
Where It Begins documentary gets Pitchfork mention
Local filmmaker John Isberg’s music documentary, Where It Begins: 1977-2000, received a mention on Pitchforks’ “The Latest,” a list of current events within the scope of the giant indie music magazine stalwart. This is in …
Check out a bunch of tiny Angus Youngs in the new Single Player video
Local pop punk act Single Player released a new video via Punknews today that comes with a healthy breakfast of rock and roll. The video for the single “AC/DC Changed My Life” features Single Player frontman Sean Neumann having …