Luckbox’s resident rock music critic enjoyed the last bits of Chicago’s music festival season with acts in heavy rock, punk and emo. The best moments included chatting with up and coming Yard Act and seeing an emotional Foo Fighters set.
The Rockhound on Rock and Riot Fest
The album, set for release Sept. 15, is a lush cinematic take on a soundtrack. With more alternative rock influence, it’s the band’s heaviest and most animated album to date.
The frontman talks new alternative emo tunes, keeping a record of his life through Oso albums and his changing relationship with music ahead of the Riot Fest performance
The Chicago indie rock band is releasing their most dynamic, and personal, album yet. ‘The Window’ gives listeners something to hold onto.
Chicago’s four-day music fest is a melting pot of musical genres, but indie rock had a moment at this year’s event. Here is the Rockhound’s review of the best rock acts of the festival.
Lead vocalist Danny Davis is making Husbands his own with a stacked year of touring, a stop at Lolla and new music on the way
The Florida-based folk band joins acts like Morgan Wade and Lainey Wilson in making this year Lollapalooza’s most country-inclusive lineup
The London-based music duo took the stage at Lollapalooza for the first time, bringing their music to life with a full band
The Chicago indie-rock band played their biggest show yet on Day One of Lollapalooza, and they’re ready for more
The San Francisco-based alternative rock band make a fierce return with new single Changing and first-ever Lollapalooza set