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Photo Gallery: Riot Fest 2022 • Day One • Douglass Park  • Chicago

Photo Gallery: Riot Fest 2022 • Day One • Douglass Park • Chicago

| September 19, 2022

Riot Fest Day One Douglass Park Chicago, IL September 16, 2022 Words and photos by Curt Baran They waited. They waited again. They waited some more. But this past weekend, their patience finally paid off. Way back in the pre-pandemic days, word went out that My Chemical Romance would reunite and play Riot Fest. Given […]

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Stage Buzz: The Riot Fest 2022 Undercard Preview

Stage Buzz: The Riot Fest 2022 Undercard Preview

| September 14, 2022

  Riot Fest returns for its 18th year to historic Douglas Park at Chicago at Ogden & Ashland. From its humble beginnings in small clubs to its current incarnation as a classic punk and hip-hop celebration each Fall, Riot Fest has a connection to Chicago like no other festival. Here are some of our must-see […]

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Featured: Most Anticipated New Albums of 2021

Featured: Most Anticipated New Albums of 2021

| February 9, 2021 | 0 Comments

After what has proven to be a pandemic-induced drought for new music around the holidays, we finally have some new music coming from some of the industry’s biggest names. Here are the most anticipated new albums for 2021: Pale Waves – Who Am I? (February 12) One of the most buzz-worthy bands of 2018 and this […]

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Cover Story – Pale Waves

Cover Story – Pale Waves

| January 31, 2021 | 0 Comments

If anyone didn’t know it when she first got into showbiz as a wide-eyed, small-town British naif, they know it now — Pale Waves front-vixen Heather Baron-Gracie pulls no punches, suffers no fools gladly, and always shoots straight from the hip. She’s justifiably proud of her newfound industry acumen, and she’s even developed an alter […]

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Photo Gallery: Lollapalooza Chicago 2018 – Day Three

Photo Gallery: Lollapalooza Chicago 2018 – Day Three

| August 8, 2018 | 0 Comments

Grant Park started to resemble a Steinbeck novel on Day 3. July’s lack of rain and Saturday’s suffocating heat and stiff wind gusts turned a previously lush oasis into a dust bowl. Bandannas were repurposed into Bandido-style face masks (including those inspired by anti-violence protests on Lake Shore Drive), and sunglasses became makeshift ski goggles […]

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Cover Story: Wolf Alice

Cover Story: Wolf Alice

| November 30, 2017 | 0 Comments

It’s what every artist aspires to; one would imagine – a famous director one day finding their life so remarkable and their look so photogenic that it warrants its own documentary. But UK rocker Ellie Rowsell was just surprised that hers happened so fast, last year when her quartet Wolf Alice had only a single […]

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