“Enactor” – Claude’s Dark and Dreamy Debut

March 3, 2021 wluwfmchicago 0

By Makenzie Creden Opening up can be hard, but Claudia Ferme-Giralt has proven to be no stranger to vulnerability. Throughout her new EP Enactor, Chicago lyricist Claude takes listeners on a dark, deeply personal sonic journey through her headspace and the disorientating state of the world. The catharsis is evident […]

Local Artists Are Our Valentine!

February 14, 2021 wluwfmchicago 0

Happy Valentine’s Day! Here at WLUW we have a lot of love for independent musicians everywhere, but there’s no one we love more than the local artists who help to make the Chicago music scene so special. Here are some of our favorite Chicago artists who we especially want to […]

Are Viagra Boys the Next Post-Punk Torch Bearers?

January 21, 2021 wluwfmchicago 0

By K. Jackson Hamrick With a name like Viagra Boys and the album title Welfare Jazz, the music could either be heavy punk rock, or druggy jazz fusion. On their second full length LP, Viagra Boys make a case for why they should be everyone’s new favorite hardcore, post-punk band.  […]

Ian Sweet Shares Most Vulnerable Songs Yet Ahead of Third Album

January 15, 2021 wluwfmchicago 0

Reviewed by Genevieve Kyle On January 12th, Jilian Medford who operates under the artistic name Ian Sweet, dropped her new EP entitled Drink The Lake. These songs are a preview into the singer-songwriter’s forthcoming third album, ​Show Me How You Disappear. “Drink The Lake” and its accompanying tracks are a perfect […]