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Artist Interviews Thompson Springs Interview

This week's CHIRP Radio Artist Interview is with Chicago alternative country artist Thompson Springs. Features Dept contributor Eddie Sayago talks with the band's guitarist, vocalist and founder Matt Smith about the origins of the band, their new singles, and recording at Matt's home during quarantine. 

You can purchase Tompson Springs's music via their Bandcamp page. 

Produced by Jono Lyle.

Photo courtesy of Thompson Springs. 

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Artist Interviews Greenlights Music Interview

This week, Features contributer Marjorie Alford speaks with Andrés Roldan of Chicago hip hop collective Greenlights Music. They discuss their long-term roots in the Chicago music and political scene, the genesis of the collective, and how Greenlights represents multuiple generations of rappers.

Produced by Danielle Sines.

Photo Credit: Thanos Alatsidis

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Artist Interviews Thee Sacred Souls Interview

This week Features Co-Director Mick R. has a wonderful conversation with rare soul revival band Thee Sacred Souls. They've just signed to Daptone's Penrose Records Imprint and were more than happy to talk about how the band came together and their message of racial justice. 

You can find Thee Sacred Souls' music on Penrose Records here. 

Produced by Brian Szpak. 

Photo Credit: Gus Olivares. 

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Artist Interviews p. a. pritchett Inteview

This week, CHIRP DJ Mike Nikolich speaks with Chicago-based folk artist, p. a. pritchett. They discuss the recording and creation process that spanned the last decade for his most recent album, Victory at Sea!, collaborating with other artists for this long-term project, and utilizing a 1970s recording of pritchett's partner's grandfather as inspiration.

Produced by Mike Nikolich.

Photo credit: Lisa Ann Lux

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Artist Interviews Buggin Interview

This week we have Features Co-Director Mick R. in conversation with two chillin' villains, Bryanna and Peyton of the Chicago hardcore band Buggin. They talk about the origins of the band's name and their recording plans for 2021, as well as their influences, motivations, and style, and whether or not they could see themselves opening for Harm's Way. 

Buggin's flexi single Brainfreeze is out via Flatspot Records. 

Production by Mick R. 

Photo Credit: Bryanna Bennett

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