Current musical obsessions of Mako Sica bassist Brent Fuscaldo, guitarist and sound experimenter Mark Shippy, and Reader associate editor Jamie Ludwig
Digitally altered scenes of animals, weather, and natural landscapes reveal the hidden complexity behind simple images.
Saturday at Metro, actor Michael Shannon joined Sons of the Silent Age for yet another demonstration of the lasting impact of Bowie’s work.
The best best box sets of 2017 include 11 CDs from David Bowie’s Berlin period, 529 tracks of live vintage country from Louisiana Hayride, Roland Kayn’s 14-hour electronic masterwork, and the most complete portrait yet of Hüsker Dü’s early years.
Current musical obsessions of Steve Reidell from the Hood Internet, Metro publicist Shannon Shreibak, and the Reader’s Leor Galil
Nine Reader writers tackle new releases from otherworldly pop virtuoso Anohni, ambient wizard Brian Eno, self-proclaimed “Hood Pope” A$AP Ferg, and wintry folksinger Marissa Nadler, to name a few.
Today’s 12 O’Clock Track is “The Belldog,” off of Eno Moebius Roedelius’s album After the Heat.
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Today’s 12 O’Clock Track is “I’ll Come Running,” off of Brian Eno’s 1975 album Another Green World.
Future’s conscience-stricken coke rap and 15 more reviews of recent releases
When record stores aren’t buying used vinyl directly from the public, they might find a carload of goodies at the Chicagoland Record Collectors Show.
Some programs hit the mark, while others might fail to draw much of a crowd into the cozy space. But the best part is that doesn’t even seem to matter.
Black metal meets Steve Reich to beautifully unsettling ends
Today’s 12 O’Clock Track is “Welcome,” from the Harmonia & Eno ’76 album Tracks and Traces.