Before the spring WILD opener went on Friday, I sat down with the founders and frontmen of the All-American Rejects, singer Tyson Ritter and guitarist Nick Wheeler.
The principles of WILD BINGO are simple: If you see or hear something on our chart, take a sip of that boxed water.
On April 29, Drake will release the most important album of his career. Titled “Views From the 6,” it will arrive with more anticipation and pressure than any of his eight preceding, full-length releases (three studio albums and five mixtapes).
With LouFest on the horizon, Cadenza decided to get an inside scoop on the LouFest brand and how it has grown to become an integral part of the city’s music scene over the past seven years.
Whether you’re just as excited as I am or still need a bit more convincing, I encourage you to embrace the mid-2000s angst with this WILD pregame playlist.
An unlikely pairing of music acts, Atlas Genius and Skylar Grey joined forces in a North American tour, sponsored by the clothing store Journeys. Both artists have shared in success from their respective freshman albums.
ill Burr is out of touch, and he knows it. The stand-up comedian and co-creator of the semi-autobiographical television show, “F Is for Family,” (which premiered on Netflix in December 2015) uses his work to explore and highlight the cultural differences between generations and the friction that arises between them.
Before the spring concert last Thursday, I sat down with CHERUB duo Jason Huber and Jordan Kelley.
After a two-weekend run, the Performing Arts Department’s ‘Love and Information’ leaves one Cadenza writer existential but satisfied.
Recently opened, the National Blues Museum takes one Cadenza writer through a historical trip of improvisation and city-wide culture.