Dessa is part of the Doomtree collective, which is a hip-hop collective out of Minneapolis, which means that if you’re not a hip-hop fan, you may be familiar with her. But you should, because her music transcends what you may typically think of as hip-hop.
Tweet I suppose the holiday weekend makes for a slow concert week. The most exciting stuff is happening over at the Taste of Chicago, really. On Saturday, I’ll be heading to a super-secret location for a teeny-tiny show by Rocky Votolato, who is doing a series of living room concerts…
Wow, That’s a Good Song: Chris Pierce, “What Are The Chances?”
When you’ve been waiting for twenty years to see a concert, there’s essentially no hope of being truly objective when talking about the show. But that’s just the way things are.
Taste of Chicago kicks off this week. I forsee myself completely undoing my attempts to eat healthy. Thanks a lot, Chicago.
“Kentucky Pill” is the first single off of his new album, Been Listening. He comes from the same school of new British folk artists like Laura Marling, Mumford & Sons, and Noah and the Whale, so you should definitely love him and his music.