CHIRP volunteer Eddie Sayago caught up with local band Post Animal after a sold-out show at Cole's. They spoke about how the band came together, imagining themselves as an 18-piece group, and the fame that came along with Stranger Things.
CHIRP's Dylan Peterson caught up with Aaron Maine of Porches before his band played a sold out Subterranean. They talked about the way Dev Hynes encapsulates the embraced outsider in New York music, being scared at rest stops when touring through rural America, and having a personal style that could offend the sensibilities of Trump supporters.
Pat, Phil, and Anthony of local band Horrible recently came by the CHIRP studios to chat with CHIRP volunteer Amelia Hruby about their debut EP, Is It Even Music, Really?. They discussed how they named the band, their most terrible shows, and a series of horrible puns.
Catch them at Quenchers on Saturday, December 10th.
A lot has changed for Tom Krell. CHIRP's Dylan Peterson talked with him on the eve of the 2016 How To Dress Well tour that kicked off at Bottom Lounge, the same day his fourth full-length album, Care, released via Domino Records. They discussed the importance of play, embarrassment, tenderness, and Twitter.
Daniel Knox is a local singer-songwriter and a projectionist at the Music Box Theatre. In this interview, CHIRP volunteer Eve Szokolai speaks to Knox about how he started playing music on pianos in historic hotels, the ways long walks at nights have inspired his songs, and his desire to create films.