"Dead To You" by Chemical Ghost

Dead To You is Chemical Ghost's latest single, and is as densely populated with harmonic intricacies as it is with a truthful urgency that only the fracture of a breakup can induce. Ghost, as usual, pulls out all of the stops. Their music meets at the intersection of confessional, conscious, and tireless via their dedication to tight production and succinct lyricism.

"Boxer Cat" by Eric The Sage

Eric The Sage is an artist originally from the westside of Chicago, now living in Maywood, IL.

"Boxer Cat" tells the story of a supernatural feline who has existed since the beginning of time and is now fighting his way through life. This series of illustrations, made from a combination of hand-drawn and digital techniques follows Boxer Cat's journey through life on Earth. 

Four Paintings by Trey Alexander Martin

Trey Alexander Martin is a fine artist from the suburbs of Chicago currently living within Chicago. He focuses on watercolor and other water soluble mediums. 

These four selected paintings show the delicacy of common objects, which are subjected to the changes of time. Objects and their meanings become preserved in memory, as these canvases demonstrate.  

"Match Head" by Cyril Brown

Cyril Brown is an artist New Orleans, LA, currently living in Memphis, TN. He has self published a comic named "Hybrid Zero".

"Match Head" thrusts a panicked canvas towards the viewer. Viscerally exploring issues of body, psychology, and human identity, this painting is designed to stimulate and challenge the eyes (of which there are many).

"F.L.O.W. (Future Leaders Of the World)" by FURY

F.L.O.W (Future Leaders Of The World) by FURY  is an album full of positive content and honest messages. Much like Mom Def, Common, and Lauryn Hill, FURY gives us a direct perspective of the Chicago rap community. She has crafted an album that pushes the ideals of lyricism, positivity, and growth within ourselves.

Sculptures by Lillie Sheridan

Lillie Sheridan is an artist from Oak Park, IL. She was just accepted in the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She has been featured in Crest Magazine and OPRF's "Best of the Year" show two years in a row.

These paper sculptures that Lillie Sheridan has collected demonstrate a tender patience with the material and an exploration into undiscovered forms and figures.

"Alive" by Evelyn Coffin

The first time she saw him he could have been alive. He could have stood up and embraced her. His body was a dark pool of skin, real skin: pores, veins, muscles, fingernails, everything—she could have slipped into it and felt something; she could have slipped into it and become.

"Unit: I" by David Voss

David Voss is a composer whose works are fueled by an intense curiosity in music’s vast timbral diversity and expressive potential. Most of his music is inspired by the artistic creations of other individuals as well as the musical traditions of other cultures, with significant influence from traditional Japanese music.

"The Baby Farmer" by Jaime Herrera Jr.

Jaime Herrera Jr. is a director from Laredo TX currently living in Chicago studying film at Columbia College. He wrote, produced, directed, and edited "The Baby Farmer". He and his team have been featured in the Columbia Chronicle and several news outlets in the Laredo area. 

"Sort of Scarlet" by Red Scarves

Red Scarves is a band originally from Bloomington, IL, currently based out of Chicago. They have opened for MKTO at the Bloomington Center for the Performing Arts and Neon Indian at the City Center in Champaign. They have been featured in/by Midwest Action, WGLT, Charm Music, and the website of Illinois Wesleyan University. They will perform at the Peoria Civic Center in the spring of 2018.

Paintings by MuddaGoose

MuddaGoose is a rapper and visual artist from Chicago. As a visual artist, she works primarily in oil-based paint marker, printmaking, and graphic design. In 2014-2016 she hosted three shows at Floating World Gallery. In 2015 she was featured in the Logan Square Arts Festival. She was the Whitney M. Young High School class clown of 2014, and in 2015 and 2017 she displayed artwork in the Gallatin Arts Festival.