The psychedelic-rock artist reimagines a ’70s-esque, soft-rock sound with guitar-driven songs.

The Beatles, Stones and Zeppelin were awesome, but rock lives on. Why not break out of the classic rock cocoon and give new music a chance? Rockhound is here to help. Think of it as a bridge from 1967 to today and beyond. 

Since 2006, the Pitchfork Music Festival that grew out of the renowned music publication has graced Chicago’s Union Park with undeniably talented bands from a range of genres. These artists aren’t necessarily the most popular—they’re often the hidden gems that represent the best of their genre and show what may lie ahead in music.

It’s tempting to throw all of the bands at Pitchfork into the “indie” category, but...

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