Tags » Beat Kitchen

Coming to Chicago: TV Girl

WHO ARE TV GIRL?

Named after a Beat Happening song, TV-Girl isn’t afraid to borrow from the past. Their music feels like a cult teen 80’s movie: picturesque, whimsical, and funny in a really subtle way. 521 more words

Coming To Chicago

Win a pair of tickets to see Cosmo's Midnight!

I remember listening to Cosmo’s Midnight on Youtube when I was a senior, writing my college application essays in a Starbucks one evening. This was before Spotify and Soundcloud took over, when I was listening to channels like Majestic Casual and Pandora to find new music. 680 more words

Music

Q&A: Vast Canvas

Like many up-and-coming bands, Vast Canvas has experienced their fair share of band members; a year of lineup changes that have settled to include drummer Taylor Kreemer, bassist Parker Langvardt, lead guitarist Justin Doebert and the only original member, vocalist and rhythm guitarist Chelsea Foss-Ralston. 1,521 more words

Music

Future Generations @ Beat Kitchen 7/26

Future Generations has been busy these past few years. After the July 2016 release of their debut album, the Brooklyn quintet has been on the road and racking up over a million Spotify plays on multiple songs from their album. 32 more words

Concert Preview

Chuck Ragan: singer, songwriter, rocker and Southern gentleman

Chuck Ragan is a Southern gentleman. Though he lives in Grass Valley, California, he grew up in the Southern part of America, bouncing from Texas to Georgia, then Louisiana and finally Florida. 1,677 more words

Music

The Shelters Talk Tom Petty with Marty Lennartz on Opening Day [Listen]

The Shelters came along from Los Angeles with the Dodgers for the XRT Miller Lite Opening Day Live Broadcast from YakZies on Monday and spoke with Marty Lennartz about their relationship with living legend (and this week’s Friday Feature artist) Tom Petty. 73 more words

Features

Episode 2 (Erik from Habitats)

We talk with Erik, the vocalist of the band, Habitats, to discuss his musical journey, the roots of the band, and his opinions on the Chicago music scene. 23 more words

Open Discussion