Another week of a mixture of live and virtual shows highlights the week in live music in C-U.
Annie interviews Dr. WIlliam Patterson about his music studio on wheels.
Though things are definitely different in the live music community, there are shows happening that you can check out either virtually or in-person this week.
Gavin chats with Jordan Patterson, aka WilliamGold, about his new record, releasing music during a pandemic and Black Lives Matter movement, and more.
Gavin chats with Nectar to discuss the pandemic, their new album, and more.
Joe chats with Sara Cramer and Taylor Loveall about their project, Maps of the Midwest.
Patrick catches up with Larry Gates about his recent work with InstaGates during the time of COVID-19.
Sal chats with a new local band Retro Via, which just released their debut EP this past weekend.
Dylan checks in with Telephone Junkies, chatting with them about their upcoming full length record.
Patrick chats with co-Founder of Polyvinyl Records, Matt Lunsford, about life at the label during COVID-19, Minecraft, and more.
Gavin recently spoke with Jeff Brandt, the owner of Exile on Main Street, about the challenge of keeping a business that is already struggling alive amid the pandemic.
Whether splicing and dicing on a computer or recording in a more organic fashion, Metaphysics is not afraid to experiment.
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.