Chicago punk trio the Lawrence Arms formed in 1999, and they’re aging remarkably well. Rather than settle for the kind of navel-gazing that’s common among bands of their vintage—commemorating, say, […]
The Lawrence Arms were born out of the same suburban punk network that gave us Slapstick, Alkaline Trio, and Rise Against, and for the past two decades they’ve been working […]
A new show at the Hungry Brain asks performers uncommon questions.
The new stage will feature the likes of Henry Rollins, Brendan Kelly, and Dr. John Cooper Clarke.
And in the process, he proved that scuzzy punk can mature gracefully without losing its juvenile charms.
Red Scare Industries celebrates ten years, and The-Drum launches the Lo Motion label
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Brendan Kelly voted best singer-songwriter