The Rebirth of Cubacub

by Aiden Kent The day after performing in renowned Chicago artist Heather Lynn’s rock opera, “Templehead”, Sky Cubacub was buried alive. One warm May evening, Cubacub, who uses gender neutral pronouns they/them, invited more than 30 artists and friends to their small studio space in Chicago’s North Center neighborhood. Outside, a rusted chain link fence…

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Yoko and the Oh No’s Take LA

Side-projects arise from passion when artists feel the itch to break away from the old and experiment with the new. In many ways, they become vessels to carry creative energy and ideas. But many side-projects don’t take flight. Yet, every so often you get a part-time passion that becomes the full-time band. Friends Max Goldstein,…

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