Recap: Kurt Vile and the Violators at the Bluebird

  Last night, I was fortunate enough to attend Kurt Vile’s packed show at the Bluebird. Kurt Vile is a breath of fresh air – he has a deep old voice and switches out his guitar after every song. Kurt Vile and The Violators are undeniably fantastic at the guitar, the long jam sessions being…

M83- Junk

M83, a band known for the mega-hit single “Midnight City” has released the newest album, Junk, on April 8.

RJD2 – Dame Fortune

RJD2 has made some strides in electronic jazz. RJD2 composed the Mad Men intro song, a song that depicts Don Draper’s dark and manipulative side with his charming charisma.

Made of Oak & Naytronix @ the Bishop 4/6

On April 6, Bloomington has the pleasure of welcoming Nick Sanborn, otherwise known as Made of Oak, to the Bishop. Bloomington is his first stop on tour that will take him through the Midwest down to the southeast coast.

Recap: Fountain Square Music Festival

  Over the weekend, I had the pleasure of attending Fountain Square Music Festival, a two-day music festival located in Indianapolis. The festival, which is known for local Indianapolis music acts, occupies four different music venues over the course of the weekend. The venues are all close by, located in Fountain Square: Pioneer, Fountain Square…

Lionlimb – Shoo

  Released: 3/4/2016 4/7 starts Duo Stewart Bronagh and Joshua Jaeger, forming the American alternative rock group Lionlimb, released their debut album Shoo on March 4. From Nashville, Lionlimb has a sound comparable to Phoenix. The group sounds timeless, with some tracks feeling straight of the seventies, with light jam riffs and easy to listen…

Recap: El Ten Eleven at The Bishop 3/1

On March 1, El Ten Eleven, an instrumental duo comprised of Kristian Dunn and Tim Fogarty, stunned listeners with their trancing melodies and remarkable sound. For only two members, El Ten Eleven was able to fill the entire Bishop Bar with remarkable melodic complexities. Drummer Fogarty utilizes acoustic and electric drums, while Dunn frequently switched between a…