Music

Yves Tumor commanded a sold-out crowd with their genre-bending sound, shifting effortlessly between rock, psychedelia and electronica at the Metro March 30 . The first of two openers, Izzy Spears crashed onto the stage enveloped …

Student Life

In comparison with the infamous Red Line, the Loyola intercampus shuttle may seem rather tame, but some students also said the seemingly innocent shuttle possesses the power to fuel nightmares. “I’m terrified to stand on …

L-Stop Musts

As temperatures rise and spring arrives, there’s no place better to appreciate the pleasant weather than a park. However, they can be hard to find in an urban environment like Chicago, so The Phoenix compiled …

Music

Magdalena Bay dazzled audiences in Lincoln Hall Feb. 25 with an immersive performance of their debut album “Mercurial World.” Opener Cecile Believe set the tone for the night as she sauntered around the stage with …

Music

Despite being couch-ridden by two herniated discs, Lucy Dacus soared in her performance at Thalia Hall Feb. 15. Dacus rescheduled the performance after COVID-19 complications, but the four-month delay held a silver lining with the …