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Death From Above 1979, The Beaches Slay The Vic Theatre

The Beaches rocked their way straight into my playlist.  Despite their cheery-sounding name and 1960’s-reminiscent press photos, the Canadian all-female quartet is not all sunshine warmth.  The badass Beaches are almost like Warpaint’s evil twin, with their darker, grungier punk-infused vibe.  The ladies set the mood right as the only opener, bringing swagger, sequins, and cascades of hair swishing around stage. During the set change, the crowd eagerly anticipated the unveiling of Death From Above 1979’s signature elephant heads.  What appeared to be a minimalist set up actually turned out…

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Chicago Music Mix: What You Should Hear

From Hip-Hop to House to Indie and everything in between, we want to spotlight our favorite songs and artists playing in the city in our weekly Chicago Music Mix. If you have any suggestions or recommendations for us to consider, tweet us, post on our Facebook, or leave a message in the comments below! Chicago Music Mix Playlist featuring Queens of the Stone Age, Wu-Tang Clan, Miguel, Vic Mensa,  + More  

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Lollapalooza 2015 Recap

Photos by Bryan Allen Lamb Lollapalooza 2015: it came, it conquered, and it closed early. But not even Sunday’s crappy, unpredictable weather could put a damper on the weekend’s festivities. Packed full of artists of every genre, Lolla brought us the latest and the legendary, once again proving that this monster of an event cannot be tamed or topped. From Friday to Sunday, Lolla-enthusiasts spent their days and nights trekking back and forth from stage to stage across the large and lovely Grant Park. Though my feet are broken and…

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