The long awaited Traphouse Rock has finally dropped. Featuring production from Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy, the album has 15 tracks highlighting the different talents of the group, lead vocalist/guitarist Liam Cunningham, emcee Vic Mensa, vocalist Macie Stewart, bassist Lane Beckstrom, drummer Greg Landfair, trumpet player Nico Segal, and trombone player J.P. Floyd. Chance the Rapper gets the sole guest verse. Make sure to give the band some love and download the album!
A Letter From Liam Cunningham to the Listener
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Oh MERCY, was it a week for music… (get it?) Check out the week that was below, and as always, send in tracks you want to see featured the next week, and comment to tell us what we missed. Enjoy!
The O’My’s – The Wonder Years (ft. Chance the Rapper and Nico Segal)
Here’s the second installment of the week that was. Bringing you the best music from the past week, which you can stream on our site (once again, if this gains steam, I will include a zip download link at the bottom). If you have any suggestions, or tracks that I missed, feel free to comment and let me know!
Usher x Diplo – Climax
Not much needs to be said about this weeks video of the week. Embodies every part of what we look for in this weekly segment. Make sure you check it out.
Kids These Days – Clear Eyes
Directed and shot by Austin Vesely of Elephilms. Take a look at their Vimeo page, a lot of good stuff.
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The 20th Anniversary of Lollapalooza culminated last night with a mind-blowing Foo Fighters performance, an ankle-deep mud bath and a Grant Park polluted with beer cans following a weekend of impressive performances from a range of artists. Two of the best performances of the weekend belonged to two very different bands: One, a Grammy Award-winning, legendary rock band, and the other, an up-and-coming Chicago band with barely legal teens and a style unmatched.
Photo by Rachel Been
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