Chicago

  • Glytch da RIP: “Worldbreaker” – the significance of independent music

    Everyone has been whining about how they want something different in hip-hop. Well something different and brand new has been delivered via Chicago rapper Jerry M. Jackson, better known by his stage name Glytch da RIP. Born in the West Side of Chicago, his influences comes from both mainstream...
  • Kaeyra: “Fountains of Gold” – Soulful, fresh, and forward

    Spending time at her mother’s music school as a child, Kaeyra has learned to play several instruments as well as inspire her artistic career. The 16 year old Indie/Alt-Pop singer from Chicago has built a strong fan base on YouTube. Her music videos with Postmodern Jukebox have already garnered...
  • Bobby Bofman: “Happy Rhythm” – a joyous soundscape

    Everybody has stress in their life. Most of us probably have more than we need. We create stress. The pressure of wearing the right clothes, being the best at what we do, the pressure of going out on a new date, the pressure of keeping yourself from getting out...
  • Modello: “Down 4 My Lover” smoothly slides over the groove of the beat!

    As a child, Modello grew up in the Englewood area of Chicago, surrounded by the ever-present drugs and gang violence. He attended an elementary school located on the south side near the 6200 block of Racine, where he started writing his own lyrics, being influenced by artists like Jay...
  • Elle Casazza: “You”- credibility and catchiness

    Hailing from Chicago, Elle Casazza began singing and performing when she was eight years old. After learning how to play the piano and guitar, it wasn’t until college when she started writing her own music. In May 2013, Elle made her recording debut with her EP, “For Your Pleasure”,...
  • Spencer Rabin: “Apollo II” – masterful soundscapes

    Spencer Rabin is a composer, producer and guitarist from Chicago Illinois. Spencer started playing the guitar at the age of four, and had his first major gig at the House of Blues in Chicago at the tender age of eight years old. His first single, “Hazy” was released when...
  • Le Shake: “By The Way” – wildly infectious

    Chicago based dance music artists Andy Holbrook and Martin Detrois form Le Shake, an 80’s inspired dance music group who recently released their single “By The Way” featuring Chuck New on vocals. The collective offer us a 5-minute snapshot of their musical world on this track – the neon,...
  • Trae Byrnes: “Why You So LOUD” – a sonic beast!

    If you like loud, challenging, genre defying bands, Trae Byrnes is right for you. The music is diverse while staying on the indie and alternative rock side – highly inventive and thrill-inducing. Trae Byrnes has all the power, energy, and emotion you’d come to expect from the aforementioned genres,...
  • Jayy Queezy: “Revival of Hiphop” – the rhymes are tight and strong

    Born on the Southside of Chicago, Jaquez R. Hailey aka Jayy Queezy is hip hop and rap artist that brings an honest and genuine sound to the music industry. He started by working with good friends and members of Arrogant Fame Productions, Travie, Kurtiss Berry and Chief Marco, going...