feature friday, 02/02

Needing some new music on this sunny Chicago Friday? Here’s what our Exec Board is listening to this week!

“Shatter”, from Surrender – Maggie Rogers

For: people who love the freeness of the city, amazing production and vocals.

– Tamar Agam and Tori Aspurez

“Shake Appeal”, Iggy & The Stooges

For: doing a little dance and a boogie, song is fun and so is album.

– Tamar and Tori

“Black Dog”, Led Zeppelin

For: listening with good headphones or REALLY loud

– Tori and Tamar

“Saigon”, Luke Hemmings

For: walking or driving, feel good

Layering of vocals and chorus are “sooooo” good

– Tori and Tamar

“Sadness as a Gift”, Adrianne Lenker


Olivia McMath

“Nothing Matters”, Declan McKenna

“Feels like fun high energy overthinking”

– Olivia McMath

Ego Trip, Papa Roach

“Been on a bit of a papa roach kick lately, their latest album is probably my favorite at the moment. I featured their collab with FEVER 333 and Sueco (Swerve) on Dystopia of Distortion’s Rap x Rock special earlier this week. Leave A Light On is a pretty emotional and down-to-earth song, and they actually have been playing it on tour with Shinedown, and collected $150k for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention”

– Dustin Thomas

 “You Only Sold Me”, A Country Western

“Great little band from Philly making a lot of good DIY noise rock/slowcore. This track is off one of their older albums but check their new stuff out too.”

– Matt Doyle

Wall of Eyes – The Smile

“Thom Yorke’s productions infuses an organic and natural sound on The Smile’s second album, pushing the boundaries set by their debut album. ‘Bending Hectic’ might be the best track in the Radiohead extended universe.”

– Cole Kincart

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