Dawneeah embraces color and imagination while painting ethereal, mystic pieces on both bodies and canvases.
After years of being the “supporting character” for productions, thee David Davis steps in to the spotlight with a debut EP, showing theatrics, charisma, style, and range for DAYS.
Following the success of their last live-stream concert that raised $86,000 for front-line emergency workers in Chicago, Bluefecta expands to Wisconsin and Michigan in hopes to raise voter awareness
Eric Novak talks his new album “Absurd, Obscene!” -the shedding of half of oneself and his most emotionally raw musical journey yet.
Mashaun Ali and Heavy Crownz, owners of Trap House Chicago, combine fashion, restorative justice, community uplift and support, arts and events, and tie it together with intoxicating energy and an inclusive social awareness to promote crime and anti-violence in Chicago’s South and West Sides so their people can flourish and transcend.
Amanda Leigh’s art is a moment in time that represents soul, power, blackness, and beauty. From her wood carvings with gorgeous, colorful, acrylic afros influenced by her natural hair journey, to dancers captured and empowered in midair, her characters have stories to be told through her paintbrush.
Once a youngin from Malaysia with an eye for aesthetics, Hong Kong Films, and the 90s…this Virgo is on the road to her own signature design and style in film.
Aligned with Bandcamp waiving their Revenue shares, we chatted with 5 Chicago artists who have been using their Q-tine time to crank out new singles and/or albums and provide you a mindful, different type of “Release Radar.” Enjoy these artists’ new projects, and check in with them on how they’ve been adapting, what they miss about their community, and what they’re grateful for.
Chicago rapper, Woes, talks about his latest EP, Quarantine, made in complete isolation in two days, his forceful entrance into performing, and the influence of others in his life. Woes’ music has been featured on These Days News and Fake Shore Drive.
LOOKS WITH ERICA shares how she stands out as a makeup artist by becoming a part of every person she meets and bringing out their inner beauty
Meet Sonal and Meg, two Chicago comedians, who provide us with a genuine, palpable, and hilarious commentary on the discomforts of adulthood.
From the moment I moved to Chicago, I knew my destiny would be something I couldn’t quite put on my resume. As I trekked from concert to gallery opening to film screening to loft party (wearing much too little, clutching a bottle of red wine in my bag where an umbrella should have been), […]