Elijah Cirricione is the main man, guitarist, and vocalist for the band Dismalimerence. The band started off as […]
Erik chats with Riki and Karl from Uncouth about how they have been holding up over the pandemic, […]
Covering a wide range of genres from indie pop to hardcore to progressive metal from some new faces […]
In this episode, Erik chats with Alexi Front, founder of Scorched Tundra, a heavy music festival that takes […]
November’s round-up brings us some continuation with artists featured earlier in the year who are putting out new […]
This episode is a premiere preview of tracks from the upcoming release “Speed of Dreams” by the Chicago-based […]
September’s submission queue gives us a really wild collection covering of eleven tracks covering a wide range of […]
The theme for this episode is a conversation around the intersection of the metal community and craft beer. […]
Presenting our Chicago Prog Vol. 2 playlist feature. Sixteen tracks were selected from artists working within the progressive rock, progressive metal, art rock, and fusion idioms from our area.
Here’s our 12 featured First Friday submissions for August of 2021. It’s always to see some new music and videos from some friends in the scene along with some new artists to discover from around the Chicago metro area.
Our interview guest for our second episode and first Guest Curator for June is visual artist Maura Walsh
Our First Friday new music roundup for June 2021. A feast of ten tunes and videos from a wide range of indie, punk, and metal artists from the Chicago area for your listening and viewing pleasure.
Featuring 90 minutes of heavy music from some of Chicago’s best metalcore and genre-adjacent groups featuring scene veterans Veil of Maya, Born of Osiris, Dead to Fall Oceano to hard-hitting newer bands such as VCTMS, Erabella and Atlanta is Burning.
Presenting our First Friday new music list for May, 2021. This month we’re featuring a variety of different […]
Today we’re celebrating curator Melissa Flowers’ birthday. For her birthday, Mel curated a 90-minute playlist of some of her favorite bands from many different scenes and genres from our area.