Find out what's on the horizon for this Urbana-based band.
The new owners of Rose Bowl Tavern are commited to keeping the classic charm of the well-loved bar, and equally committed to providing an inclusive space for the entire C-U community to celebrate local music.
John interviews Professor Bernhard Scully, former horn player of Canadian Brass, about his experiences in the ensemble and his current work at U of I.
Smile Politely chats with the executive director of DoCha about the free music festival's tenth anniversary, taking place this upcoming weekend at the Orpheum Children's Science Museum in downtown Champaign.
With producer Allen Xu (also known as yourbeautifulruin) at the helm, the seven-song Here for Now by CJ Run is a mesh of hip hop, afrobeat, electronica, and indie-rock influences. Sal learns more from Run about their background and latest album.
Austin sits down with Brooklyn-based duo Paris Monster in advance of their February 16th show at Blackbird in Urbana.
Gavin tells the story of Gatson, a local rapper worth turning your attention towards.
James chats with Winter Weekend co-organizer Charlie Harris ahead of next weekend's mini-festival in Downtown Urbana.
Gavin talks about Groove Daze, a project providing an outlet for music made by artists at U of I.
Sal Nudo chats with Colleen Deremiah, the musical force behind Warm Darn, following the release of her new album Word Search.
Ahead of this Saturday's farewell show, we chat with Isaac Arms of Heirship Records to talk about closing the books.
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.