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Tails of Sorrow: Issue Three by Blake Gardner (@yeahokblake)

I am pleased to announce that it is March 1 and that means that we get the third issue of Tails of Sorrow by Chicago artist Blake Gardner. When we last left off, our hero Doug (a dog) had traveled from a strip club to a concert and was en route to a house party of cats. I have a feeling that things are about to get weird. Let's see what happens next.



Khori4 Creates His Own Paradox (@Khori_4)

St. Louis artist Khori 4 (who now resides in Chicago) came on my radar when he collaborated with Hurt Everybody for last year's massive single "In Seoul". A damn near Chicago anthem for my past summer, the song was perfect, and Khori's verse is a...


DETH Records Release "I Don't Want to Live (To Be a Ghost)"

Alixander III, HUREN, and Hugues St-Amour teamed up to produce "I Don't Want To Live (To Be a Ghost)" for DETH Records. Alixander III is best known for his work with AZARI & III; HUREN is a pioneer in the world of industrial techno and was part of the legendary techno act TESTE who's song "The Wipe" revolutionized techno way back in 1992; Hugues St-Amour is their good friend and modular synth enthusiast....


Monto Reaches Neptune, Creates 8th Planet EP (@montomakesmusic)

Irish producer Monto recently took a trip to Neptune without a suitcase and came back with forty minutes of downtempo instrumentals that will set you off into lunar mode.

Molding elements of jazz, trip-hop, hip-hop, R&B, footwork, grime, glitch, and everything in between, the young talent combined his pieces into one 40 minute vision quest, split into two sides.



Yung Lenox: Rap's Youngest Mastermind

Yung Lenox is an eight-year-old artist with a penchant for drawing and coloring hip-hop artists and famous hip-hop albums. He's been acknowledged by large publications (Complex, Huffington Post) as well as artists like Ghostface Killah and Chief Keef. While still in elementary school, he has prints for sale through his own website, he's had art shows, and he even has a...


Middle American Snowpinion: What Would You Do?

This blog piece is unlike most of my published work in the sense that I'm not talking about music, movies, books, or art. With that being said, I've had something on my mind since it happened on Valentine's Day and I'd love to get some feedback from our readers.

I was driving from Chicago to Indiana with my girlfriend and we hit a really nasty snowstorm. Sub-zero temperatures, heavy winds, and serious snow drifts. Roads were closed, a state of...


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