This week on the Chicagoverse: Unlimited podcast: Saba! In an interview recorded at the rapper’s West Side home, Saba discusses “coming off the bench” with his new tape, ComfortZone. The MC also sheds light on Chicago’s West Side scene and talent, compares performing in New York versus Chicago, and reflects on the increase in support since his last appearance on Dynasty Podcasts, earlier this year at SXSW 2014.
This week on the Chicagoverse: Unlimited podcast: Mick Jenkins! The Chicago MC visits Dynasty Podcasts to discuss his new mixtape, The Water[s], the evolution of the hip hop scene in Chicago, including his current class of peers, and his aspirations for continuing to transform his art into a business he oversees.
This week on the Chicagoverse: Unlimited podcast: Greg Shanahan & Nick Scalise of Bestfriends, featuring Ryan Lofty! In an interview recorded at Chicago’s Soho House, the members of Bestfriends discuss moving from Chicago to LA, the differences in the music cultures in each city, and their strategies in connecting with the industry in the City of Angels.
This week on the Chicagoverse: Unlimited podcast: Adam, Daniel, Jorge, and Sam of Yawn! Years after their initial interview on Dynasty Podcasts, the psych-rock foursome return to discuss their new album, Love Chills, and reflect on the obstacles that delayed the making of the record. The group also mourns the late South Side loft space Feel Trip, weighing in on the legacy of the work-live-concert space the group used to call home.
This week on the Chicagoverse: Unlimited podcast: Harold Green! The Chicago poet and author discusses his new book, From Englewood, With Love, and the inspiration from his family and Chicago’s South Side that went into writing it. Green also reflects on the power of sharing his journey with Chicagoland students.
This week on the Chicagoverse: Unlimited podcast: Dre Green! On her first appearance on Dynasty Podcasts, the singer-songwriter discusses her new EP, Only One, integrating into a community with Chicago talent like The GTW, The-Drum, and Supreme Cuts, and reflects on her material as late night music for the late night hours.