Heaven Is A Youth Lagoon Show

Article and Photos by Aidan Heilman Youth Lagoon is the musical project of Idaho native Trevor Powers. After its genesis in 2010, Trevor released three full length albums under the Youth Lagoon moniker: The Year of Hibernation (2011), Wondrous Bughouse (2013), and Savage Hills Ballroom (2015). Following the Savage Hills Ballroom tour Trevor discontinued the project indefinitely. To the delighted surprise of many six years later, Powers announced in November of 2022 via Instagram that … Continue reading Heaven Is A Youth Lagoon Show

Can’t Get My Head Around, The Oh-So Talented, Billie Marten

Photo By Katie Silvester via Instagram Written by Aly Westrin Saturday night, Lincoln Hall filled with a crowd eager to see the indie-folk, singer-songwriter, Billie Marten—one of my favorite artists to see live. It was a night of melodic harmonies, heartfelt lyricism, and witty banter. As the opening act, Olivia Kaplan set just the right mood, performing pretty melodies and the thoughtful lyrics off her debut album, Tonight Turns to Nothing, as well as some … Continue reading Can’t Get My Head Around, The Oh-So Talented, Billie Marten

Mo Lowda & the Humble: A Name to Remember

Story and Photos by Natalie Silva Illiterate Light, an alternative rock duo comprised of Jeff Gorman (lead singer and guitarist) and Jake Cochran (drummer and backup singer), captivated the audience with their high-energy performance and virtuosity, building the excitement for headliner Mo Lowda & the Humble at Lincoln Hall on Saturday night. Although Illiterate Light's newest album, Sunburned draws listeners in with its mellow charm, their set Saturday night was far from boring. Air drums … Continue reading Mo Lowda & the Humble: A Name to Remember

I have a Crushcrushcrush on Coco & Clair Clair

Coco and Clair Clair graced Lincoln Hall this past Tuesday and left the audience transformed.  Story and photos by Jessica Post Coco and Clair Clair are an indie pop/rap duo that has risen to fame since their first project in 2017. Most well-known for their 2018 track “Pretty,"Chicago marked the halfway point of the duo’s U.S. tour. The Atlanta duo, comprised of Taylor Nave and Clair Toothill, first met on Twitter in the early 2010s. … Continue reading I have a Crushcrushcrush on Coco & Clair Clair

Sports at Lincoln Hall

Article and photos by: Grey Creek Despite the heavy snowfall, fans gathered at Lincoln Hall to watch an incredible performance by the band Sports. The show was opened by J Ember, an artist from Canada who is joining Sports for this leg of their tour. He played a slowed-down rendition of Someday by The Strokes that almost brought me to tears. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aeOPTcvHZ8Q In between sets, fans were impatiently awaiting Sports' performance at Lincoln Hall for … Continue reading Sports at Lincoln Hall