Last night, Wilco performed their new single “Tell Your Friends” for The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. You can watch the performance on YouTube.
Chicago-based Americana singer-songwriter Michael McDermott livestreams a show with The Westies on StageIt on Saturday, April 4.
G Herbo performs at The Fillmore Silver Spring on March 3, 2020. (Photo by Chris Castillo)
Herbert Randall Wright III, better known as G Herbo, released PTSD, his fourth album via Machine Entertainment Group and Epic Records a few weeks ago. Only a few days ago, G Herbo commanded the stage at The Fillmore Silver Spring. Chris Castillo was there to shoot the show.
“Nothing is forever, but don’t let it get you down”
Although surely accustomed to the cold, Chicago’s Twin Peaks received a fiercely warm welcome on this sub-30 degree night recently in our nation’s capital. The 5-piece rock band delighted the nearly sold-out room at Black Cat, showcasing a wide range of musical styles and catchy tunes, not to mention some heavy guitar petting.
Twin Peaks (Photo courtesy of Pitch Perfect PR)
Chicago stoner rockers Twin Peaks will grace our nation’s capital with their headlining event at Black Cat on Wednesday, Dec. 11.
Pigface is a musical juggernaut like nothing else — a long running collective of rotating musicians anchored by none other than Martin Atkins. The supergroup is undertaking an extensive tour of the United States for the first time in 14 years, and the collective dropped by Baltimore Soundstage recently.
Fans reach for Lil Durk at The Fillmore Silver Spring on Nov. 17, 2019. (Photo by Chris Castillo)
Innovative master artist Lil Durk dropped by The Fillmore Silver Spring recently, after dropping a new hit album, Love Songs 4 The Streets 2, and Chris Castillo shot the show.
To be resurrected is to be reborn, reinvented, reinvigorated — and not only in the physical form. Your soul too can reconnect with something you may or may not recognize you lost. As creatives, in an ever-changing DIY landscape, we are constantly tiptoeing the line between the life and death of our art. Luckily, our forefathers like Lupe Fiasco have made and taken the hits for us, making our paths a little less treacherous — as seen recently at the Kennedy Center.
Asked how she was doing Friday night, Angel Olsen replied that she was “a little tired, but trying to rock out now.” She and her band succeeded brilliantly at that with their rendition of her “Special.” Known for her terrific songwriting, Angel’s live show delivered on the jams at the sold-out Lincoln Theater.
In the vein of her new album, All Mirrors, Angel’s band included a string section (violin and cello), allowing them to play majestic orchestral arrangements that “sound epic,” as she told an interviewer.