Written By: Bekoe
If you like new music, well written articles, interviews and more here's an exclusive piece just for you.
There's never a enough recognition given, and as journalism fuels the entertainment industry we'd like to recommend other sites we feel provide great music, reviews, articles, interviews, and more.
Of course there is other reputable websites pushing the Chicago culture forward such as FakeShoreDrive, Lyrical Lemonade, Elevator, These Days, 1833, Neon Pajamas, Ruby Hornet, Only4TheReal, Prime Fortune, and so many more. We'd like to take out time and recognize other notable sites we feel you should check out and browse.
When it comes to Black Chicago millennials The Triibe has you covered. Founder's Tiffany Walden & Morgan Elise Johnson created their site in 2017 and instantly started putting in heavy work. The Triibe focuses on documentaries, articles that spotlight real life situations, as well as an entertaining music feature titled "The Forecast," in which they discuss and breakdown artists they feel you should keep an eye on.
The Triibe has been featured within our site as well as Chicago Mag, WBEZ Chicago, Dynasty Podcasts, The Chicago Reporter and more. They also curate events every first Tuesday of the month and if your looking for a community based site that has a little bit of everything, make sure to check them out on TheTriibe.com
If your ever in need of fresh music from the independent scene, Flowsfordays is a website that caters to all independent artists from Chicago and beyond. Owner Julie Stevens fuels FFD by finding new talent and crafting well written reviews that leave any artists in awe.
FFD also features written interviews, editorials, exclusives music releases and more. To learn more about Flowsfordays visit Flowsfordays.com
Chicago is filled with great platforms and another site bound to keep you updated, is known as The Next Wave Chicago.
The Next Wave infuses both independent and mainstream artists under one roof. TNWC also focuses on video production, events, and artists management. If your not familiar, get acquainted and browse there site by visiting TheNextWaveChicago.com
If your looking to brighten your day with vibrant vibes and hip hop rhymes, Color & Rhyme would be a great destination. Editor/Founder Mike Delro curates features, reviews, and articles based on artists around Illinois and beyond.
C&R also curates it's own playlist which can be streamed via Soundcloud and Spotify. You can visit and browse here ColorandRhyme.com
Interviews are the perfect way to get to know someone, and Chicago Creatives main focus, is to fill it's audience with an insightful script from some of Chicago's prominent creatives.
Founder/Owner Nico Rud has a passion for flushing out in-depth features, and he provides behind the scenes intel on what you may not hear on a visual interview. Some of the best knowledge you can gain can only be read, and if your a person that love learning about who did what, or who is who make sure to check out ChicagoCreatives.co.