Monthly Archives: July 2017

Pitchfork Music Festival 2017 Review

Aleesa Kuznetsov, Audrey Bachman, Carlton Cook, Conor McGinnis & Izzy Fradin Friday Madame Gandhi Opening the entire festival, with a somewhat small but energetic crowd, Madame Gandhi brought her vibrant yellow crew to the stage. With just one … Read More >

Summerfest 2017 Review

Authors: Jake Walczyk & David Heinrich On its 50th anniversary, Summerfest made the world’s largest music festival into even more of a spectacle this year. Expectations were high, but they certainly did not disappoint. Boasting arguably their strongest … Read More >

Electric Forest 2017 Review

Author: Brittany Moreno & Maureen Duthie Excited “happy forest” proclamations dance in the air. A dangling fan-fare of umbrellas draw Electric Forest attendees into the welcoming arms of the forest and the gigantic wooden mother nature statue herself. … Read More >

Pitchfork Music Fest 2017 Preview

Author: Izzy Fradin With Pitchfork just a few weeks away, WSUM is getting geared up for our long weekend in Chicago. This year is an especially exciting lineup featuring old school classics like Parliment Funkadelic and the Feelies, along with … Read More >

Mountain Goats Show Preview

Author: Rolands Lauzums Older indie rock bands tend to bind themselves to certain constants. Dinosaur Jr. albums will encompass the sound of grilling out in your backyard. Superchunk will continue to play measured punk songs for an audience … Read More >