Archive for October 2018

Four Reasons Why Florence + The Machine’s “High as Hope” Tour Proves One of the Best of the Year

Four Reasons Why Florence + The Machine’s “High as Hope” Tour Proves One of the Best of the Year
By Blake Drinen Florence + The Machine, the musical collective responsible for smash hits “Dog Days Are Over” and “Shake It Out,” proved already to have had a banner year within 2018. Following the resounding critical and commercial success from their newest LP High As Hope came their quickly following world tour, the group gradually... Read more »

Twenty One Pilots Take On Trench at United Center

Twenty One Pilots Take On Trench at United Center
By Blake Drinen It seems almost surreal that Twenty One Pilots’ illustrious career has already spanned almost an entire decade. Fruitfully working their way up through the alternative music scene with a self-titled debut record back in 2009 and acclaimed follow-up, Regional At Best, Ohio natives Tyler Joseph and Josh Dunn seemed to truly burst... Read more »

Robotaki’s Live Music Experiment conducted in Chicago

Robotaki’s Live Music Experiment conducted in Chicago
By Nancy Huynh Robotaki conducts an entirely new reality through his sole voice. It’s not often you experience a live EDM set where the performer only plays their own discography. This is a goal for many music producers to be able to not only produce a large collection of their own music, but to also... Read more »
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BØRNS Brings Blue Madonna to Chicago Once Again

BØRNS Brings Blue Madonna to Chicago Once Again
By Blake Drinen Minutes before BØRNS, the indie darling behind the 2015 smash hit “Electric Love,” took center stage at Chicago’s Aragon Ballroom Sunday night, I found out about the sexual misconduct allegations surrounding the twenty-six-year-old singer. In just a matter of days, multiple young women came forward with accounts of alleged abusive behavior he... Read more »