The Underflow take their name from the Greek record store where guitarist David Grubbs, cornetist Rob Mazurek, and saxophonist Mats Gustafsson played their first trio gig in May 2019. But the connections joining the three musicians were forged in the 1990s, when Grubbs and Mazurek were associated with Chicago’s postrock scene and the Sweden-born Gustafsson […]
Born in Austria, based in Spain, and inspired by Chicago footwork and UK instrumental grime, Zora Jones has been making music for a decade but only just released her debut album, Ten Billion Angels (Fractal Fantasy). Its music is glossy, sensual, and alluring in its artificiality, and it pairs nicely with the cover art—a digitally […]
Also, the City Council approved Emanuel’s 2018 budget with a 47-3 vote.
The International Voices Project offers free staged readings of cutting-edge plays from around the world.
With “Operetta in Exile,” Chicago Folks Operetta celebrates composers and librettists whose livelihoods—and lives—were threatened by Nazism.
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Thursday, February 28, 2013
Gene Siskel Film Center kicks off a whopping 61-film lineup.
Red Door’s Jay Schroeder beheads a childhood favorite.
Peter Kubelka’s 1966 scrambled document of an African hunting trip, “Unsere Afrikareise,” screens Monday 3/15 in the Landscape Films program at the School of the Art Institute
Tuesday: A documentary look at Mexicans in Austria and vice versa