Whitney & Ne-Hi Bring Indie Rock To Millenium

August 9, 2018 wluwfmchicago 0

It’s exciting to see when bands from Chicago’s independent music scene get the exposure that they so rightfully deserve. Two of the city’s best are Whitney and Ne-Hi and each played in a free show at Millenium Park this past Sunday the 12th as a part of the free concert […]

Pitchfork Music Festival 2018

July 26, 2018 wluwfmchicago 0

We sent some staff members to Pitchfork Music Festival this year, and here are some key highlights. Day 1: (photos) The Curls A little rain didn’t slow The Curls down, as they brought their tasty grooves to open this year’s festival. The Curls have played shows before where there were […]

Best Coast Headlines New Belgium’s Tour De Fat

July 3, 2018 wluwfmchicago 0

It was a very hot day. Not just your average Chicago-summer-day-hot, but hot enough for Chicago to issue an excessive heat warning. Nonetheless, families, bike lovers, and beer connoisseurs alike made the trek out to Humboldt Park to partake in the festivities at Tour de Fat. The festival culminated with […]

Petal, Camp Cope, And Oceanator At Beat Kitchen

June 27, 2018 wluwfmchicago 0

It’s a well known fact that the male dominance of the music industry attempts to keep the voices of women quiet. In the song “The Opener,” artist Georgia Maq of Camp Cope imitates this patriarchy with her lyrics “just get a female opener, that’ll fill the quota.” During their June […]