This short album is a wild ride, full of highs and lows.
What you missed over the weekend!
Jennifer Dixon speaks to Blair Monique about her career
When she appears in the press area for our interview, I immediately notice one thing: Hannah Wicklund is exhausted. And she has every right to be....
What you need to know this Friday.
It is finally here: the epic finale all Marvel fans have been awaiting. An epic finale totaling a $1.2 billion box office gross globally in the...
A repetitive collection of flawed pop songs that are perfect for the dance floor.
Combining emotion with edge and country twang with rock style, this record is an undiscovered gem worth digging up.
This is the second flight, in five months involving a Boeing 737.
Encompassing numerous blues trademarks, 'Fast Fingers' stands out as a highlight from a classic blues era.
A podcast that digs deep into every corner of the Dallas music scene.
Coachella Music Festival offers a killer lineup sure to please the sensibilities of every music fan.
Stranded on a deserted island? With an album that's as invigorating as it is soothing, you might just get through it.
This episode digs deep into the production behind Jhene Aiko's "Sativa."
Lollapalooza? How About Lolla-pa-WINNER!
Carla Brown get Chicago's greatest artists to tell all and it's pretty dope.
A panel of experts weigh in on music news and events, but is it engaging enough for the everyday listener?
Whether you love pop music or hate it, if you like comedy, this is for you.
The New York band kicks off their 10th release with a black metal banger that's just waiting for a mosh pit.
Bring Me the Horizon, Ghost, Twenty One Pilots, and yep, Greta Van Fleet.
The Queen of Soul captivated hearts, touched souls, and brought happiness into people's lives.
Delivering a roller coaster of high energy bangers over an expansive thematic landscape, this could very well be Travis Scott's magnum opus.
With a sweeping blend of guitar riffs, heavy drums, and soft vocals, the track is a born-again 90s alternative classic.
On 'Nasty', every song is worthy of a mosh pit and getting your neck stepped on is just part of the experience.
The 70's influenced instrumental track with nods to John Lee Hooker leaves much to be desired.