Big Something makes their Indianapolis debut this week at the Hi-Fi in Fountain Square with support from Max Allen Band! * BIG SOMETHING Burlington, NC https://bigsomething.net/ A 6 piece powerhouse with a sound that is both unique and timeless, BIG Something fuses elements of rock, pop, funk, and…
Greensky Bluegrass makes their annual return to Indianapolis and this time they’re taking their talents to Old National Centre! * GREENSKY BLUEGRASS Kalamazoo, MI http://greenskybluegrass.com/ For more than a decade and a half, the members of Greensky Bluegrass have created their own version of bluegrass music, mixing the acoustic stomp of…
We’re invading Fountain Square this week for a really cool show at the Hifi! * DAEDELUS https://soundcloud.com/daedelus http://daedelus.bigcartel.com/ Like his mythological namesake, Daedelus is an inventor, a creator of sonic labyrinths. He recombines sounds from an eclectic palette into an innovative genre all his own. * FREE…
There it is, the Werkout in review. While this isn’t an all-inclusive list or even the big picture of what went down that weekend, it’s our little version. Short and condensed, just add water – or beer – to reconstitute…Read more
With the recent founding of his record label, Firepower Records, and subsequent release of his new album in September, it seems that Datsik is trying to progress into something that’s not only bigger, but badder as well…Read more
It’s a Friday night in Indianapolis and what’s there to do? On normal nights, this inquiry might pose a more serious question. Last weekend, however, the answer was quite simple. One phrase, five words, nothing more. Papadosio and The Main Squeeze….Read more
Hidden in the heart of Irvington on an unassuming side street, The 5547 Project is Indy’s newest haven for those seeking local art and music. Void of the pretentiousness of formal art galleries, The 5547 Project puts arts-based community learning first.Read more
During a recent tattoo session at Untitled Ink, Indigo Child discusses his upbringing, musical roots and unwavering dedication to G9 Collective.Read more
When we heard The Soup Nazi was going to be in The Circle City, at a soup festival nonetheless, Mojo Munchies had to investigate.Read more
During this freezing, dry and seemingly hopeless season, it’s not difficult to find yourself feeling the wintertime blues.
To help you feel better, here is just what you needed: a warm winter hug via a carefully selected playlist, from me to you.
Having no real idea of what her final product will look like, artist Julie Young likes to start her drawings with a permanent ink, making it impossible to erase the lines. “This leaves me stuck with the marks I have made,” Young says. “Just like your actions do in everyday life.”Read more