What About Chicago? - your weekly show exploring live art, music, entertainment and culture with hosts Ben Moroney and Rahim Salaam transmitting from Earphoria: Chicago. Listen to the podcast on all podcast platforms, with our friends the Machine Culture Collective at www.machineculture.com and every Friday the podcast airs at 1 p.m. with Que4 Radio at que4.org.
What About Chicago? - your weekly show exploring live art, music, entertainment and culture with hosts Ben Moroney and Rahim Salaam transmitting from Earphoria: Chicago. Listen to the podcast on all podcast platforms, with our friends the Machine Culture Collective at www.machineculture.com and every Friday the podcast airs at 1 p.m. with Que4 Radio at que4.org. Support us at patreon.com/whataboutchicago.
On this week's episode we throw darts with the amazing Artist AiseLife and talk about their process, approach and what moves them. We also go sing a couple diddys at the FUSE Open Mic & Show, see whats the goods in The Shipment by Young Jean Lee, enter the poetry realm of educators and students through The Open Door Readings: Hannah Gamble & Jonah Mixon-Webster, embark on a musical journey with Tragic Trip at The Hungry Brain and so much more!
On this week's episode we enjoy Sinema Obscura presents: Garden Party feat. Trust This Ghost, see the Kappa Force Chicago Premiere, check out Rumple ~ A Sandbox Reading, take that walk to Steep Theatre Presents: Linda and so much more!
On this week's episode we take that walk to pick up The Sick Muse #10: Utopia Release Party! at No Nation - Art Gallery and Tangential Unspace Lab, get our vitamins at The PIZZA PARTY, hear the story of 4 extraordinary women at Organic Theater Company's production THE REVOLUTIONISTS and so much more!
This week we find out why it Sounds Great on Paper, start Killing Your Darlings - 3/16/2018, bear witness to Church of the New Play: Sarah Bowden, maybe dance with Hostel Presents: Disco Pigs and so much more! We also talk about folk music, wrestling, the importance of open mics and our love for long walks with Chicago-based-god-musician-playwright-raconteur - Ross W Berman. Check out his New Japan coverage at WrestleZone.com and his amazing music projects at rossberman.bandcamp.com.
On this week's episode we talk with Arthur Swidzinski and Tony Michal about what drew them to travel from Chicago to New York on their skateboards, as well as the danges, downfalls and triumphs they experienced along the way. We also enjoy the hard work from the people who created Project Tool, connect our circuits at Relate 2, laugh at Monkey Wrench at the Hideout, and explore the Devil in the Details: A portrait of Chicago. Find out more about Shred America at shredamericafilm.com.
On this episode we get lit at Glitter Fest 2, connect with some Familiar Strangers at The Dojo, celebrate winter at Joyride Record's Wintergnarlya, and enjoy a midweek dance party at 100% off bands presents: Sasha NoDisco, Dj Bonita Appleblunt.
We also are joined by Sabeen Sadiq, Sonal Aggarwal and Karan Sunil about their upcoming web series "Code Switched" and how it challenges representation of South Asians in media with characters and stories covering the SPECTRUM of South Asian-Americans and exploring their lives in a three-dimensional way. See some hilarious clips at their indiegogo page www.indiegogo.com/projects/code-sw…ries-diversity#/ and find more info at www.facebook.com/codeswitchedseries.