This week’s featured gig poster was designed by Trouble in Mind Records co-owner Bill Roe.
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Great Chicago label, meet great Chicago band: Trouble in Mind signs Facs
Trouble in Mind signs Facs, Chicago shops celebrate Cassette Store Day, and the Eradicator drop a self-titled album.
Five local labels that had excellent years in 2016
These modest Chicago imprints have gotten so good at what they do that they’re shaping music scenes far and wide.
Meet a species of alien beings on the gig poster of the week
This week’s gig poster was drawn by Ronnie Roe, daughter of Trouble in Mind owners Bill and Lisa Roe.
Permanent Records celebrates its odds-defying tenth anniversary
Permanent Records celebrates its odds-defying tenth anniversary, Comfort Station hosts the inaugural ZINEmercado festival, and more.
Local garage greats CoCoComa play the second show of their brief reunion this weekend
The garage-rock powerhouse is back, for a little while.
Garage rockers CoCoComa reunite (for now)
Plus: Chicago DJ MTZ cofounds a new dance label, and the Pillowhammer plays an all-too-rare show.
Gossip Wolf: Synth pop for Gaza from Aftersound
Synth pop for Gaza from Aftersound, a free Willis Earl Beal EP, a release party for Melkbelly, and more
Gossip Wolf: Surachai’s scary semimodular synth
Surachai’s scary semimodular synth, the Empty Bottle’s silly staff podcast, and more
Trouble in Mind’s Doug Tuttle brings his solo project to the Burlington this Mother’s Day
The Boston psych rocker plays in Chicago this Sunday.
12 O’Clock Track: Driving, organ-stoked cool from Klaus Johann Grobe
The infectious opening track from the Swiss duo’s new album
Bill and Lisa Roe’s Palmer Square eye candy
Record label founders Bill and Lisa Roe have a home overflowing with records and antique toys.
In Rotation: Trouble in Mind’s Bill Roe on figuring out how to run a label
Trouble in Mind cofounder Bill Roe on listening to music with his kids, and more
Aram Shelton returns for a tour of Chicago
Plus: A Chicago label releases a comp of Mauritanian guitar, the core of CoCoComa becomes the Marble Vanity
Fall Arts Guide 2009 People to Watch: Bill and Lisa Roe
The couple behind CoCoComa will put out eight singles on their new Trouble in Mind label by December.