UMS 2014: What To do Between Shows

The Underground Music Festival is about more than just music. It's about community, discovery, and art. This year the UMS will have an art festival in the Main Festival Area on Archer Street. Below are the featured artists that you can see throughout the weekend! The Bungaloo John Vogl lives in sunny Denver, CO, and runs the Bungaloo, his one-man studio, with the help of his dog, Loki. His work is laborious...

25 Jul 6:57 PM 0 Read More...

10 artists we want you to see at The UMS 2014

The Underground Music Showcase (UMS) starts today, and with hundreds of indie artists it will be easy to miss your favorites. Us managers put our musical and slightly unhinged minds together to create a list of 11 artists we think you definitely need to see. 1. The Men This punky, garage-rock band has been gracing us with their hardcore hammerings since they formed in 2008 out of good-ol Brooklyn. They've rele...

24 Jul 9:00 AM 0 Read More...

Gabby's Music Video of the Week

What's up everybody! This week we're getting weird with a throwback: Die Antwoord's "Fatty Boom Boom". It's the definition of weird, and freaky, and oddly catchy all at once; what else would you expect from the South African duo? The video begins with a Lady Gaga taking a bus tour around Africa, when she stumbles upon some "local musicians" with "freaky fashion" and the rest... well, can't really be described. You j...

23 Jul 11:00 AM 0 Read More...

On-Air Next 07.22.14

The following was originally published in the Colorado Daily. “On-Air Next @ Radio 1190” July 22, 2014 By Sam Goldner             Getting down to the end of the line here guys! Only 2 more precious weeks for me as music director before the next hot shot takes the reins, and we’ve got a slew of underappreciated releases for you to ride out your late summer with. Daniel Bachman has establish...

22 Jul 10:00 AM 0 Read More...

Pitchfork Fest's 10 Best Performances [via Billboard]

The following was originally posted at Billboard.com. Celebrating its 9th year in Chicago's Union Park, the Pitchfork Music Festival once again proved to be a charming alternative to the bloated, behemoth events that litter the summer calendar. Featuring as assortment of 43 left-of-center acts across its three stages, Pitchfork offered a diverse array of sounds -- ranging from indie rock and hip-hop to alternative...

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