/groti and /b@$ic had the privilege of seeing TV Girl, a toe-tap-inducing indie pop band with wittily sarcastic and subtly lugubrious lyrics. From their Motown-esque backup vocals to their interpretive dance involving an apple and a mischievous worm, TV Girl’s live performance fused their bumping music and goofy-charming aesthetic to create one heck of a live show. We chatted with the trio (Brad, Jason, Wyatt) after the show, and got a bit more into their motives behind the music, band dynamics, and, of course, the infamous lentils.
The Record Hospital sits down with guitarist and vocalist Brennan Greaves to talk about their new record White Hot Moon, neon elephants, pop, broken hearts, and all things Pity Sex, the self-described “nicest Midwesterners you’ll ever meet.”
Reality star and Dj legend, Pauly D comes inside the Dogg house for some gym, tan, laundry, fist-bumping, games, comedy and more (AKA. GTLFBGCM). The Dj superstar talks about his new music, show, and everything else in his wild lifestyle.
James Felice from the Felice Brothers comes inside the dogghouse for a crazy time! He talks about the raw recording process of the new album, social media, and what has changed since the band came together 10 years ago.
Cage the Elephant frontman Matt Schultz comes outside his cage and into the Dogg House and trust me, this dogg wasn't caged. This interview contains 10 minutes of hard hitting Q & A, powerful enough to make an elephant sweat. Matt gave some insights on his artistic process and had some good laughs along the way.
The widely successful DJ Duo Zeds dead takes a bit of a coffee break to chill inside the Dogg House. This is part of WHRB's Coverage of Spring Awakening Music Festival. We will be interviewing many major DJs and Zeds Dead set a high bar with their quick wit and genuine nature.
ChiRap - Interviews With Chicago Artists: Dally Auston, Taylor Bennett, Supa Bwe, Brian Fresco, Malcolm London, Saint Millie, Sicko Mobb, DJ Oreo, Vic Spencer, Kembe X. Compilation of 10 Interviews of big time Chicago rappers talking about their city, craft, and life. We hear everything from hilarious stories about getting high all the way to heartbreaking stories of growing up in a city that ignores more than half it's population. Chicago is the center of rap music right now and these people give us a unique look from the inside.