John speaks with C-U Folk and Roots Festival organizers Rob Krumm and Frances Harris about this year’s festival.
James chats with one of the Avett Brothers, Seth Avett, ahead of their performance later this week in Champaign.
Austin sits down with Dearie members Kayla Brown and Carrie Chandler, to discuss their inspirations, writing process, and small town musical serendipity.
Sarah chats with Daisianee Minenger about her eclectic project nP0.
Constantin talks with Sadie Dupuis of Speedy Ortiz about the writing and recording process behind their latest album, Twerp Verse, and more before their show at 51 Main on Friday.
Austin talks with Rick Valentin and Rose Marshack of Poster Children about their latest release, Grand Bargain!, the writing process, their long relationship with engineer/producer Steve Albini, and a bit about the evolution of the band over the last three decades.
Winder talks about their upcoming release, GONE, FOR GOOD, and the imminent, amicable departure of several members.
The 6th annual faith-based music festival Audiofeed will showcase over 140 bands, including speakers, seminars, children events and films will begin this week.
We chat with Spencer Walters of Fake Friend about the anachronistic nature of music, embracing old technology, and working within self-imposed limitations
James chats with Andrew Valentine, owner of skateboarding and apparel company Skeuwep and hip hop musician under the moniker Anamoli, who is already started preparing for liftoff.
Phillip chats with Austin Duncan of Snayl about his new album Without.
Ahead of their album release show this weekend, Constantin chats with Motes about Crash the Day.
In our Music section, you can find a wide variety of coverage on our scene — whether it is a review of a local artist’s new album, a preview of an upcoming performance in C-U, or something in between — we’ll keep you up to date.