This Friday, local music artist, Lester Rey, will be premiering a new music video for “Andar,” a track off his latest EP. Along with a talented and exciting group of musicians, he will be headlining the event after other local acts. The premiere party will take place at Citalin Gallery in Pilsen at 7pm.

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Formed in 2009, alt/ambient rockers Miss Garrison has been making rounds at festivals in South American and Europe and recording two albums and an EP outside of their home base in Chile. They are in the process of mixing a new album Al Sol De Noche, which will be released within the next few months. Their sound, which has […]

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A couple of days ago, Black Girl Dangerous posted an open letter to “Aziz Ansari and other anti-black people of color,” in which the author states that Ansari and his co-writer(s) espoused anti-black rhetoric in a scene of the “Indians in America” episode of his Netflix show Master of None. I finally watched this episode last night, and while I agree […]

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If all people lost the ability to remember anything beyond a day, a few hours, or sometimes even a few minutes, what would humanity look like? Without memory, what is the nature of love and relationships, of learning and growing, of pain and trauma? These are questions that are explored in Claire Carré’s first feature film, Embers, a Chicago International Film Festival […]

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Boogarins’ debut album, As Plantas Que Curam, was a home recording created in the houses of Fernando “Dino” Almeida and Benke Ferraz’s parents in Goiânia, Brazil. It gained the young band fame around São Paulo and, through constant touring and festival performances, Boogarins gained a following as a favorite in the re-emerging psychedelic rock scene. Manual, Boogarins’ sophomore LP, was an […]

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