Ego Slobs and Gentle Comedy: A Conversation with Gustaf

"Its music made for people who are lost in translation, which is all of us sometimes."Lydia Gammel of Gustaf Article and Interview by: Makenzie Creden Brooklyn-based punk group, Gustaf, has hit the ground running since their debut album, Audio Drag For Ego Slobs, released last October on Royal Mountain Records. Since then, they’ve played a … Continue reading Ego Slobs and Gentle Comedy: A Conversation with Gustaf

Neptune’s Core: The Local Teen Band You Won’t Want to Miss

Interview by: Makenzie Creden Photos are taken from the band's Instagram Neptune’s Core is bringing young, bright energy to the Chicago music scene. Made up of two sets of teen sisters, the indie rock band has released two albums thus far, with more to come. Their latest album, Evolving, was released in October of 2021 … Continue reading Neptune’s Core: The Local Teen Band You Won’t Want to Miss

Tomberlin talks New York, her community, and a new record at Pitchfork

Interview and photography by: Makenzie Creden Sarah Beth Tomberlin started off day three of Pitchfork with a soft, intimate performance on the green stage. Tomberlin was added to the lineup, as she’s touring with Andy Shauf who also plays the festival, after Cassandra Jenkins dropped. She opened her set with a new song and played … Continue reading Tomberlin talks New York, her community, and a new record at Pitchfork

Hop Along’s Pitchfork Aftershow: A Show Worth Skipping Bedtime For

Article by: Milo Keranen After a music-filled Saturday in Union Park, Varsity and Hop Along brought their lively performances to the Metro in Wrigleyville. Many of the concert go-ers were coming directly from Pitchfork, others just to see the bands for the evening. Many exhausted and few well-rested fans filled both the balcony and the … Continue reading Hop Along’s Pitchfork Aftershow: A Show Worth Skipping Bedtime For