If you’re looking to break it to the parents that you’ve been hiding an obscure body piercing, you might as well do it with style.
Overrun with towers of books, the “organizational method” is certainly one of madness.
The Roscoe Village storefront is stocked with instruments you’ve never seen or knew existed, and certainly can’t pronounce.
This weekly event is one of the few places in Chicago to meet a guy who’s programmed his pedal board with the almost delightful snoring of his cat or a band who build their songs around whatever disquieting wheezes they can coax out of Home Depot’s finest PVC pipes.
Before summer arrives with its flock of sunburned melodies, enjoy Violetness’s icily brooding “The Mighty Moss.”
This week’s live music offerings can’t be committed to a true-to-form theme; but after some deliberation, I found a way to jam these round pegs into their square holes. One […]
Code Orange Kids plummet from hardcore into goth rock on “VI (Worms Fear God // God Fears Youth).”