Minimal techno master Wolfgang Voigt returns to Chicago with his most beloved project, Gas, and answers questions from Whitney Johnson of Matchess.
Saxophonist and composer Steve Coleman talked to local reedist Geof Bradfield during a Chicago residency that ends with a Millennium Park concert on Thursday.
On the eve of a tour to support her breakout record, Bury Me at Makeout Creek, this Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter talks to Brian Sulpizio of Health & Beauty.
Martin Kemp, bassist for the New Romantic torchbearers, talks to Jes Skolnik of Chicago postpunks Split Feet and arts nonprofit Pure Joy.
The Sonic Youth cofounder talks with the Mekons’ Sally Timms about her recent divorce, her rejuvenated art career, and her new memoir, Girl in a Band.
The drummer for these freshly reunited emo luminaries talks to keyboardist and singer Kate Grube of Chicago upstarts Kittyhawk.
The veteran musician, budding actor, and unapologetic Harry Potter fan talks to local singer-songwriter Quinn Tsan.
In an interview with Chicago producer A-Villa, Killer Mike recalls: “When I got there in the studio with El, I felt like Snoop the day he found Dre.”
Zola Jesus interviewed by Chicago singer-songwriter Daniel Knox
Adam Granduciel of the War on Drugs talks to Steve Krakow, aka Plastic Crimewave: “I just want every show to blow my fucking mind.”
Andrew Bird talks to Brett and Rennie Sparks of the Handsome Family.
Chaka Khan talks to Jake Austen of the Goblins and Chic-a-Go-Go.
Handsome Dick Manitoba of the Dictators NYC talks to Little Richie Speck of Tutu & the Pirates.
Justin Broadrick of Godflesh talks drum machines, Crass, and 80s hip-hop with producer Sanford Parker.
Fred Frith to Lori Felker: “People talk about experimental music and experimental art, and I think, ‘Isn’t all art experimental?'”