Wondering how to get to Riot Fest?
You’ll probably be wondering where to go once you arrive at Douglas Park. Lucky for you, we live to serve…
Tomorrow, the Riot Fest staff will tell you which bands you need to see at Riot Fest this weekend. Great advice like this is hard to come by, so be sure to keep an eye out for that.
Vic Mensa recently shared some Windy City insight with our fellow Chicagoans over at the AV Club. Watch and learn.
Prophets of Rage just crushed “Living on the 110,” the skull-shattering single from the supergroup’s debut self-titled record that comes out this Friday, on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. If you don’t believe me, watch the video…
Check out TV on the Radio‘s Dave Sitek waxing philosophical in regards to mary jane for a publication called Merry Jane.
Who dey?! It’s Cincinatti’s Dopamines, playing their song “Ire” at Live from the Rock Room!
The Mighty Mighty Bosstones just announced Hometown Throwdown 20! Or, at least that’s the impression that we…oh, fuck it.
It's that time of year again! Hometown Throwdown 20 ticket onsale Friday @ 10 AM pic.twitter.com/zHBtE0GfNk
— BossToneS (@mmbosstones) September 12, 2017
Mayday Parade released a new shirt for National Video Game Day! Pkew! Pkew! Pkew!
— Mayday Parade (@maydayparade) September 12, 2017
TBT (Throwback Tuesday is a thing, right?) to that time Post Malone and Vic Mensa sang “Hey There Delilah” together…
if you're having a bad day, here's a video of post malone and vic mensa singing hey there delilah together 😭 pic.twitter.com/lQZTm6eIWx
— eric (@VERRLUST) September 11, 2017
Real Friends’ grub game is strong:
— Real Friends (@realfriendsband) September 12, 2017
We’re also excited for Riot Fest, Seaway!
— Seaway (@seawayband) September 11, 2017