The last time Canadian twin-sister duo Tegan and Sara came through Chicago, they were on the road celebrating the tenth anniversary of 2007’s The Con. At the time, it seemed like a fairly standard move—lately it seems like practically every long-running band has dusted off a fan-favorite album for a special show or tour. But […]
Post Child’s new lo-fi video pays homage to the 90s, just like the band’s fuzzy songs.
Nineties alt-rock revivalists Post Child play a free record-release show at Emporium on Thursday night.
It’s also today’s 12 O’Clock Track.
The Brooklyn musician drops the Beat Depression demo.
The band compares themselves to the Cranberries, rightfully so.
An outstanding track from his latest release for Burger Records.
Almost 150 acts play Lollapalooza this year, and we’ve got 29 to take you from gates open to lights-out.
An unexpected confluence of vintage anti-rock
The pop-punk group’s new single steers far away from pop punk.
On “Say What’s on Your Mind,” Olympia’s Broken Water gives a tip of the hat to Dinosaur Jr.
The former Bikini Kill front woman talks about her part in the Nirvana legend.
Obscure shoegaze guitarist engages Internet-popular shitshow guitarist
Rob Dickinson uses a very now cell phone to make a very 90s video.
Perhaps no one recording today has a more eclectic take on pop music than Air Miami singer/guitarist Mark Robinson. His previous band Unrest started out in 1987 as a punk band, yet their odd selection of covers (“21st Century Schizoid Man”) and steadfast refusal to adhere to the genre’s musical strictures put them on the […]