A handful of gems we’ll actually remember in 2015.
Articles by Pat Levy
Revisiting the albums upon which one of hip-hop’s mightiest empires was built.
The best duo in hip-hop set blaze through Chicago.
Daniel Woolhouse’s second album is brutally honest in a way that’s supposed to hurt.
El-P and Killer Mike vault over the bar they set impressively high just last year.
Yet another young Chicago rock band off to a promising start.
Well worth the wait, SBTRKT’s newest effort proves he plays well with others.
Attn. Students: Georgia Regents University is offering a ridiculously cool course.
The tenth edition of Champaign-Urbana’s autumn festival becomes a homecoming of sorts.
The young Swede matures and makes a case to be taken seriously.
It’s really all good.
A “How To” bill for any self-respecting indie outfits.