Author: Adela Skowronski

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The “Big Day” for Chance the Rapper is finally here! After months of back and forth dialogue with AMC, Chance’s new concert movie Magnificent Coloring World  is set to hit theaters soon. The full length film will be making history as the first collaboration between AMC and an independent artist. It also marks the 5 year […]

  With all the new music constantly debuting, its easy to get lost in the flow. Here are 10 Songs released recently that we think you should know!   From top left: Lil Baby and Megan Thee Stallion, One Republic, P!nk, Coldplay, Black Keys   ******** Singles released:   1. Ally and AJ – Paradise  […]

With Dave Grohl’s new mom documentary out, and Mother’s Day 2021 just around the corner, I found myself thinking a lot about famous mom this week. Or more specifically – musical duets between kids and their moms! If you listen to 103.1 FM you’ll know that we play P!nk’s duet with her daughter Willow quite […]

  With all the new music constantly releasing, its easy to get lost in the flow. Here are 5 Albums & 10 Songs released this week that you should know about!   From top left: Porter Robinson, DJ Khaled, Flying Lotus, Julia Michaels, Dropkick Murpheys   ******** Albums released: DJ Khaled – Khaled Khaled   […]

  BTS is a 7 member South Korean boyband who have been infiltrating the world with their music. With their huge fan base called ARMY,  and billions of streams, BTS is on well on the way to becoming a household name in almost every developed nation on Earth. It turns out that the band has […]

One of Poland’s most beloved baritones was laid to rest this past Saturday. A man whose voice touched generations of people through his lengthy repertoire of songs: some cheesy, some flirty, some serious, but all sung straight from the heart. I’m not going to pretend like I’m qualified enough to write an article dissecting the […]

In an era where most major popstars have foresaken the art of album arrangement, AJR brings an album that can be enjoyed through its chart-topping singles or as an album listening experience.  Look – I have to preface this review by saying that I’m probably seeing it (at least partially) through rose-colored glasses. That’s because […]

Part of our Women’s History Month series about Chicago women musicians. For part one of this series, click here.   Blog #4 – Emily Blue Emily Blue posing for the announcement of her project “The Afterlove” To wrap up the end of Women’s History Month,  I thought it’d be nice to choose an independent artist […]

Part of our Women’s History Month series about Chicago women musicians. For part one of this series, click here.   Jennifer Hudson performing at Aretha Franklin’s Tribute Concert, 2020.  When someone mentions the name Jennifer Hudson, what word first comes to mind? An incredible voice? A beautiful actress? Or perhaps super-star, fashionista, or philanthropist?  This phenomenal […]

Part of our Women’s History Month series about Chicago women musicians. For part one of this series, click here.   Blog #2 – Angel Olsen Angel Olsen posing for the cover of her album “All Mirrors” Though Angel Olsen wasn’t born in Chicago, it was her move to the windy city that ended up defining […]


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