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Like you, the CHIRP Features team is staying home to help flatten the curve! We are shifting our programming to present a new series in our Artist Interview Program.
Shelter In Sound features interviews with artists and local music related tastemakers on what they are doing right now during this global pandemic. Tune in to learn how some of your favorite folx are managing and staying creative while hunkered down.
In this edition, Danielle Sines of Impulsive Hearts spoke remotely with Features Co-Director Jessi D about how the bandleader has been staying busy while sheltering at home. Tune in to hear Danielle talk about her volunteer work with Girls Rock! Chicago, her reactions to the new Fiona Apple album, and the overlap between her work as a musician and her job as a therapist. Impulsive Hearts' latest album Cry All the Time is out now via Midwest Action.
Produced by Amanda Roscoe Mayo
Photo Danielle Sines
It's always nice to get in on the ground floor of listening to a new band that's just starting out. This is the case with Chicago band Impulsive Hearts, originally a solo project of Danielle Sines that has built itself into a trio. The band wraps their romantic musings in a haze of guitar noise and distortion with a driving beat. It's a formula of Pop-Punk melancholy that can help point the way from Winter to Summer. Tracks from the debut EP from the band in its current form, Sorry in the Summer, are available for listening in rotation and by request on CHIRP Radio.
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