“Happy 312 Day:” Chicago’s St. Patrick’s Day with Metz, Melkbelly, Negative Scanner

By: K. Jackson Hamrick There was no line creeping into the alley at Lincoln Hall. My friend Josh and I assumed we were late arriving at 8:30 pm as it said doors were at 8. With there being two openers, we figured this meant that Negative Scanner would hit right at 8. But no. Music- … Continue reading “Happy 312 Day:” Chicago’s St. Patrick’s Day with Metz, Melkbelly, Negative Scanner

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

Feels like I’m Flying: A Night of Energy with Yeek at Lincoln Hall

Article by: Clara Copps Photo by: Matthew Cowen @mattcwen “I’m running out of wind in the windy city” laughed south Florida artist Yeek on a chilly Tuesday night at Lincoln Hall. This remark made sense, as he had just spent the previous 3 minutes jumping around the stage, getting the crowd hyped up to his … Continue reading Feels like I’m Flying: A Night of Energy with Yeek at Lincoln Hall

Melting Emo Hearts Around The World – Swearin’ Play The Lincoln Hall

Philadelphia band Swearin' hit Lincoln Hall this past Thursday the 18th in support of the new album Fall Into The Sun, along with fellow Philly rockers Empath. WLUW team members Olivia Cerza, Scott Clancy, and Elise McGannon were there and present to you their account of the evening's concert:  Empath Philadelphia seems to be a bit of … Continue reading Melting Emo Hearts Around The World – Swearin’ Play The Lincoln Hall