Imogen Heap
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Imogen Heap returns to Chicago to perform a breathtaking sold out show

Some artists are extremely influential and many may not even know. Imogen Heap is one of those artists. With a background of being classically trained in multiple instruments, her creativity has been vast in the music that she has created over the years. Focusing on a more electronic sound with a pop feel, Imogen Heap has created some memorable tracks that have been featured in TV and film. She also became a popular collaborator with some of the biggest artists today due to her creativity and use of technology in…

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Gregory Alan Isakov
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Gregory Alan Isakov gave an absolutely beautiful sold out show at The Vic

Gregory Alan Isakov packed The Vic Theater for a night of mesmerizing folk music. Touring in support of his new album Evening Machines, fans filled the venue early to pick the best spot to see this memorable show. Greg brought Haley Heynderickx along to open the evening and she wowed the crowd with her solo performance.  She entered the NPR tiny desk concert 3 years in a row and gained a lot of notoriety in the process. Hailing from Portland, Oregon, she is a singer songwriter that is gaining popularity…

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Lotus packs the Vic and warms fans with solid set on frigid night

For a day that saw the city get a ton of snow, fans were not deterred to make it out to see Lotus perform at their sold out show. Their winter tour began a few days before and by the time they made it to Chicago they were on fire. They brought Marvel Years along for the ride and he really set the tempo for the night with his guitar infused DJ set.  Full of energy and extremely talented, he got the crowd grooving. Be sure to keep an eye…

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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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Nick Murphy Packs the Vic Theatre with a Soulfully Real Performance

Nick Murphy, the artist formerly and more commonly known as Chet Faker, brought an amazing live show to the Vic Theater this past Friday.  Murphy, who abruptly announced he would be making music under his real name about a year ago, graced the stage in a suit setting the tone for a polished night of grown-up entertainment.  The current tour supports his 5-song EP “Missing Link.” With a longer set change between supporting act Charlotte Cardin and Nick Murphy, fans progressively became more weary with the wait.  This surprisingly awesome performance…

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