Monthly Archives: March 2014

Sabers and (Joy)sticks!

Last week I explored some new music and rediscovered some old songs. I wrote about a new Chicago band formed by experienced rockers call Sabers. I also interviewed The Ataris frontman Kristopher Roe about the band’s ten year So Long, … Continue reading

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Get Those Springtime Soundtracks Ready!

I, like many other Chicagoans, am absolutely sick of winter. As a way of getting myself pumped up for spring I put together a list of some great, upbeat albums released by local artists this month. Check it out here.

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Struggling For St. Pat’s Plans?

Irish music sometimes plays second fiddle to boozing and corn-beef-eating at St. Patrick’s Day celebrations in Chicago but that doesn’t mean it can’t be found in the city! Here are three great St. Pat’s concerts to check out amidst the … Continue reading

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Katie’s EDM Festival Outlook, 2014

I consider myself a fairly close follower of Chicago’s dance music scene so I’m surprised by all the questions this summer’s festival outlook is already raising. Here are a few of my initial thoughts headed into the spring. 

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Getting To Know Taylor Bennett

Everybody knows I’m a big supporter of Chicago’s Chance the Rapper, but recently I’ve been taking note of his little bro, Taylor. I spoke with him about his own rap career this week for Chicagoist. 

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Black Ensemble Theatre Celebrates Chicago Legends

Sure, Chicago has a long history of rock music but, let’s be honest, it’s our history of blues, R&B and soul that put us on the map! Uptown’s Black Ensemble Theatre is putting on two shows through March that celebrate … Continue reading

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