Author Archives: Conor Mcginnis

The Aces Show Review

Author: Annie Borse On Thursday, August 31, The Aces, an all-girl rock group the music scene has been desperately needing, stopped by Chicago for a short and intimate show at Schuba’s Tavern, leaving the crowd giddier than when … Read More >

Pigeons Playing Ping Pong Show Preview

Author: Sam Fritz This Friday the Majestic will host Pigeons Playing Ping Pong. Described as the ‘lesser-known band’ that ‘steals the show’ at a festival, PPPP is the jam band starter pack for funk and groove. Made up … Read More >

Betty Who Show Review

Author: Allison Hartwig Excitement was in the air Sunday night as fans of Australian indie pop singer Betty Who lined the sidewalk outside the Majestic theatre. The perfectly named “Who Crew” included first timers such as myself, and others … Read More >

Garrison Keillor Preview

Author: Sam Fritz College graduates are obsessed with the coasts. Just ask and they’ll tell you how they ‘like really want to move to the West coast, probably California’ or ‘could really see myself in New York.’ If … Read More >

Album Review: Fractal Fantasy’s Visceral Minds 2

Author: Gavin McCauley Since their inception in 2015, Fractal Fantasy (co-founded by Zora Jones and Sinjin Hawke) has gathered an impressive roster of producers and collaborators including the likes of L-Vis 1990, DJ Spinn, and DJ Rashad (RIP). … Read More >

Snake On The Lake 2017 Preview

Ducktails – Author: David Heinrich Headlining WSUM’s Snake on the Lake this year is Ducktails. The quartet from Ridgewood, New Jersey was originally a solo recording project of Matt Mondanile. You might know him as the former lead … Read More >

Album Review: Vulfpeck’s The Beautiful Game

Author: Dane Mckittrick Vulfpeck was formed in 2011 from a group of friends at the University of Michigan and has since released seven albums of their truly unique sound. Their style comes off as funk upon first review, but … Read More >

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