For emo-rock outfit All Get Out, the 2010s were a turbulent decade. Originally from Charleston, South Carolina, the band made their breakthrough in 2011 with their second full-length, The Season, before relocating to Texas, where it took them five years to put out their follow-up, 2016’s Nobody Likes a Quitter (Bad Timing). Though it was […]
Psychedelic country collective the Keener Family drop a debut four years in the making, Dustin Laurenzi’s Snaketime helps Mississippi Records celebrate the music of Moondog, and more.
Florida soul-blues veteran Latimore outlasted disco decades ago, and on his most recent album he applies his inimitable voice to the Great American Songbook.
“Not that we didn’t feel safe here before, but we have a new normal now,” says church administrator Morgan Dixon.
The 1950s singer goes true gray in an open letter to President Obama.
The best shows to see on Mon 7/7 through Wed 7/9
Two months after creating a cocktail with pig’s blood for the Reader‘s Cocktail Challenge, Nandini Khaund will serve it to the public for one night only.
Ken Vandermark starts a label, the Ratchet Series returns, and Dark Matter creates a coffee blend for Sun Ra.
Nandini Khaund of the app Craft Cocktail fills a chalice with a literal Blood & Sand.
Henry Prendergast of Analogue gets down to basics with a pizza-and-Bud michelada.
The Dawson is a great bar with pretty good food.
The exciting young guitarist Ryan Blotnick performs at the Charleston with five Chicago musicians on Tuesday.
Free show from Wussy at the Charleston
Norwegian bassist (and former Chicagoan) Ingebrigt Haaker Flaten returns to town for five days of concerts, starting Wednesday at the Hideout.