Category: Music + Books + More

SAYMYNAME brings HARDTRAP to Bottom Lounge, 1/13

EDM Concerts Winter 2018

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Dillon Francis! (instagram: catdiggedydog)

Ready to rage every weekend? I’ve got you covered. Plan out how exactly you’re going to waste all of your money on concerts and festivals.

If you love heavy, bass-loaded music, hit up: Datsik (with Brillz, Space Jesus, Riot Ten and Wooli), Carnage, Ganja White Night, Excision

If you love chill, mellow beats, hit up: MØ & Cashmere Cat, Stelouse, Matoma

Sullivan King on his Lost Lands set, new Vantablack EP

Manila Killa: “Music is always there for me” [interview + giveaway]

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Photo credit: STruong Photography

Some people go to work at a consulting firm after graduation. Others might go to graduate school. Chris Gavino aka Manila Killa is ending his I Want You tour in Chicago this weekend after performing over a dozen shows across the country this fall. That’s what he’s been doing since graduating from George Mason University in Virginia earlier last year. Continue reading

Champagne Drip on trying new things: “Learn the rules to break them”

some great songs to listen to

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source: rexisky

A couple of years ago, I had this wild idea to start a second blog for music with one liners like these to review and recommend songs. Take a peek at the songs I was bumpin’ in 2014:

<“54 incredible songs you may have missed in 2014”>

And 17 more songs from my sophomore year, fall quarter:

<“17 really good songs”>

And now, songs I love, in no particular order.

Taylor McFerrin – Degrees of Light

A fairy ballerina dancing across a dark pond:

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Win a pair of tickets to see Cosmo’s Midnight!

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Credits: Cosmo’s Midnight

I remember listening to Cosmo’s Midnight on Youtube when I was a senior, writing my college application essays in a Starbucks one evening. This was before Spotify and Soundcloud took over, when I was listening to channels like Majestic Casual and Pandora to find new music. Continue reading