This week, we take a look at singer-songwriter Peter Gabriel:
For our first episode, we’re delighted to have guitarist, banjoist, and singer-songwriter Chris Dollar, who played some fantastic tunes and talked about his background and love for bluegrass, John Hartford, and the inspiration for his music.
This show will be packed with enough groovy vibes and powerhouse vocals to banish the midwinter blues.
We managed to record local Virgo, Sarah Cougill’s performance for posterity, or in case they decide to send another time capsule into space.
In the up-and-coming neighborhood of Fountain Square in Indianapolis, a new record store called Square Cat Vinyl recently opened. Or, I guess I should probably say a new record store/coffee shop/bar/concert venue recently opened. It’s modern, cool, and one of the things that neighborhood was missing. Then again I might be biased, since my boyfriend’s…
So it seems interesting enough to ask: Is art interpreted as a whole or of its parts and within its specific context?
King Khan & BBQ Show is a garage rock band from Montreal, Canada. They are the reincarnation of doo-wap and have been at it for 14 years. This week, they are coming to Bloomington! If you have heard of them, you may have heard their newer albums Invisible Girl and Bad News Boys with their up-beat, fast…
The group from Chicago will be accompanied by Tweens, from Cincinnati, and Bloomington’s own, Plateau Below.
This is the second iteration of the event and will feature seven speakers whose goal is to explore what it means to be human through the lenses of their respective fields.
In the midst of homecoming celebrations, the Artifex Guild was host to four experimental rock groups, ranging from the psychedelic Paper Claw to the more garage-esque, heavy noised Jail Solidarity. The Artifex Guild itself is a holy venue for listening to new music, with the intimacy of the smaller space putting listeners…