Heavy rockers Alma Negra return transformed as Reivers, CHIRP celebrates its long-awaited terrestrial signal, and more.
To help celebrate the return of The Best Show, the Reader asked Tom Scharpling and Jon Wurster to revisit their first collaboration, the famous “Rock, Rot & Rule” sketch, which […]
The garage-rock powerhouse is back, for a little while.
Plus: Chicago DJ MTZ cofounds a new dance label, and the Pillowhammer plays an all-too-rare show.
Record label founders Bill and Lisa Roe have a home overflowing with records and antique toys.
Head over to the Reader‘s interactive jukebox to hear the latest additions.
Plus: A Chicago label releases a comp of Mauritanian guitar, the core of CoCoComa becomes the Marble Vanity
A new monthly party spans the goth ecosystem. Plus: BSS ties up some loose ends, Trouble in Mind goes along, and more
Critics’ Choices and other notable concerts: Lou Barlow, Jemina Pearl, Kurt Rosenwinkel, Dethklok, Converge, Wilco, and more
The couple behind CoCoComa will put out eight singles on their new Trouble in Mind label by December.
Free show from Cococoma, Maximum Wage, and Tyler Jon Tyler at the Empty Bottle
Not just for Mika Miko and the Strange Boys but also for Ty Segall (who’s playing a free in-store at Permanent Records too).