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When you are hot dog champion of Chicago, you are hot dog champion of the world

Andrew Huff, John Carruthers and Gus Paschalis join Justin in-studio to preview the 3rd annual Gapers Block Hot Hot Dog Cookoff. The guys also tackle the age-old “ketchup on a hot dog” debate. 7 more words

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Images: Lightfoils at Schubas in Chicago,IL

On Monday, June 29th, the Lightfoils took the stage again after a nearly eight month break. If you are not familiar with Lightfoils,  they are described as having, “hazy soundscapes, ringing guitar, icy synth, feather-light vocals”, essentially they fall into the shoegaze/dreampop category. 156 more words

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Indie-Pop Band Other Lives on Life on the Road

Jesse Tabish, frontman for indie-pop band Other Lives, joins Justin to talk about his career and the new record “Rituals,” moving from Oklahoma to Oregon, writing new music while on the road, and memories of playing in Chicago. 7 more words

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Hey Rosetta! to play Schubas 4/23

Hey Rosetta!, indie rock septet from St John, city in the island of Newfoundland, Canada. The band consists of Tim Baker (Lead vocals), Adam Hogan (guitars, vocals), Josh Ward (bass, keyboards, vocals), Phil Maloney (drums, percussion, vocals), Romesh Thavanathan (keyboards, guitars, cello, vocals), Kinley Dowling (violin, vocals) and Mara Pellerin (vocals, French horn, trumpet) are slowly but surely taking over north america with Canada already in their back pocket Whether you’ve been a fan or you’re just now jumping on this band wagon, their latest work offers diverse gems that were worth the four year wait. 182 more words

The Bots wow Chicago fans

By the time The Bots took the stage at Schubas on Thursday night, the crowd had piled in and everyone was excited for the beautiful blues-punk rock fusion that was about to ensue.  93 more words

Concert Review

Bloods at Schubas

Bloods, the goofy trio out of Sydney, Australia, recently made their rounds through the Midwest playing two shows in Illinois—one in Joliet and one at Schubas in Chicago.  99 more words

Concert Review