By Sarah on March 28, 2011
Monday, March 28 Kelly Hogan, Scott Ligon; Hideout. 7 pm, $10 suggested donation Tuesday, March 29 City and Colour, Gord Downie; Park West. 7:30 pm, sold out Geronimo!, Kid You’ll Move Mountains, The Soil and the Sun, Brontosaurus; Double Door. 8 pm, $8 Laura Jansen, Umma; Beat Kitchen. 8 pm, $10 Destroyer, The War on […]
Posted in Upcoming Events | Tagged beat kitchen, brontosaurus, city and colour, danielson, destroyer, devotchka, double door, ellie goulding, emblems, evanston space, frontier ruckus, geronimo!, gord downie, hideout, house of blues, j mascis, jon drake and the shakes, kelly hogan, kid you'll move mountains, kopecky family band, kurt vile and the violators, laura jansen, liam davis, lincoln hall, matt duke, mayne stage, miracle condition, park west, schubas, scott ligon, sonoi, steve poltz, subterranean, the knocks, the soil and the sun, the war on drugs, umma, will hoge
By Sarah on February 28, 2010
While I fuss about, trying to upload photos and write reviews of the past two nights’ worth of concerts, have a little mixtape of some of my favorite songs/artists from this past month.
Posted in Monthly Mixes | Tagged amos the transparent, april smith, butch walker, elizabeth and the catapult, ellie goulding, greg laswell, joe pug, justin townes earle, mumford & sons, nneka, rilo kiley, rocky votolato, the black atlantic | 2 Responses
By Sarah on January 1, 2010
While the rest of the world is working off the greatness that was NYE, here’s an awesome, soothing song. Yes, it’s a Bon Iver cover. Yes, it’s beautiful. Goulding’s vocals have an ethereal quality all of their own. It doesn’t quite match the eerie heartbreak of Justin Vernon’s original, but her rendition is stellar nonetheless. […]