Queer garage-pop band Bev Rage & the Drinks have become one of the city’s most entertaining acts since coming together in 2015. Mixing hilariously forthright lyrics, spitfire riffs, and the second-to-none […]
Jazz guitarist Dave Miller drops an album of brainy feel-good grooves, Naked Raygun singer Jeff Pezzati makes his solo debut with a new EP, and more.
The Joe Policastro Trio’s Screen Sounds transforms score and soundtrack music with energetic imagination and a charmingly Catholic sensibility.
A multidisciplinary project inspired by Mingus’s The Black Saint and the Sinner Lady helped lure Chicago saxophonist Greg Ward back from New York—and it could make for his biggest album yet.
Expat jazz guitarist Dave Miller returns from Brooklyn with a new album in tow, postpunk trio World War Tree celebrate a new EP, and more.
Former BANG BANG PIE SHOP owners Dave and Megan Miller have spent the last year milling flour and baking breads and pastries (as well as making more substantial dishes) at […]
Chicago’s Good Food Festival hold its 11th annual open house and conference aimed at connecting food producers with consumers and business contacts.
The toast is pretty special too at Lincoln Square’s bakery and millhouse.
The drummer’s quartet plays Constellation on Thursday night.
Our favorite buys, from lewd Legos to street art stickers to jewelry made with illegal guns.
Baker Miller revives the lost art of milling.
Guitarist Dave Miller split Chicago for Brooklyn earlier this summer, but he’s back in town for a handful of gigs.
Critic’s Choices and other notable concerts: Algernon, Tape, Rosanne Cash, Gates of Slumber, La Roux, and more
Tim Daisy’s New Fracture Quartet plays a not-quite-release party at the Hideout tonight.