Inside Alex Cameron’s Theatrical Realm

November 10, 2019 wluwfmchicago 0

Alex Cameron and Roy Molloy on the new album “Miami Memory,” PC culture, and more. Alex Cameron is an ingenious singer-songwriter, and the voice of what some critics term “sleaze-pop.” But Cameron’s music is a bit more complex than this category leads on. The Australian-native’s first two albums, “Jumping the […]

WLUW Chats with Bombay Bicycle Club

October 12, 2019 wluwfmchicago 0

By Allison Lapinski Bombay Bicycle Club has reunited after a three-year hiatus. In a recent music video for their single “Eat, Sleep, Wake (Nothing But You),” the band, with full tongue-in-cheek attitude, declared that without their music, “British society crumbled.” British and American fans alike were excited to find out […]

Boy Scouts to Join Jay Som at Lincoln Hall on 10/18

October 9, 2019 wluwfmchicago 0

Boy Scouts is an imaginative DIY-indie group from Oakland, California led by singer-songwriter Taylor Vick. This summer, Boy Scouts released their first proper LP entitled “Free Company,” with Anti- Records. The album is packed with soft and sunny melodies, which are placed delicately alongside Vick’s lyrics on heartache and overcoming […]

WLUW Sits Down with Frankie Cosmos

September 28, 2019 wluwfmchicago 0

by Anais Turiello Greta Kline is no stranger to the indie music scene, but most people may not know her by that name.  Over a decade ago, alone in her bedroom, Kline gave life to the project that is solely – and widely – known now as Frankie Cosmos. The […]

A Conversation with Spacebones

September 28, 2019 wluwfmchicago 0

Photo by Emma Zanger by Anais Turiello Spacebones is a different kind of DIY band.  The group, consisting of Tyrone Reed, Patrick Hubbard, Steven O’Toole, Robert Rashid and Loyola alumnus David Gates, has transformed their Chicago home into one of the most recognizable DIY venues known to those acquainted with […]