Tim Kinsella lets everyone else tell the story of Joan of Arc—entirely in keeping with his long-running group’s embrace of illogic and reinvention.
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Remembering soundman and musician Patrick Kenneally, who nurtured scenes in Chicago and Portland
He gave tirelessly of his time, talent, knowledge, and advice, whether running sound at a gig or recording a young band.
Joan of Arc? More like Joan of Art
The local band celebrates its 20th anniversary at Elastic with a visual-arts show.
Stomatopod celebrate the release of their debut LP with two shows in town this weekend
The local trio play tonight at Hideout and Sunday at Reckless.
Artist on Artist: Fingerstyle guitarist William Tyler talks to Douglas McCombs of Brokeback and Tortoise
Artist on Artist: Fingerstyle guitarist William Tyler talks to Douglas McCombs of Brokeback and Tortoise.
The migration of the hipster
The migration of the hipster: A Chicago history, 1898-present
Best Outcall Soundman
At a Yob show in February he turned the Flat Iron into a white-hot doom-metal blast furnace, and at this year’s Dark Lord Day he made High on Fire’s stampeding barbarian metal sound as overwhelming outside as I’ve ever heard it indoors.
Dark Lord Day spreads out and levels up for 2013
In which our correspondent attends the annual festival of beer and metal that revolves around Three Floyds’ notorious Russian imperial stout.
New shows at the Fireside prompt a stream of stories about the good old days. Plus: Russian Circles and the worst kind of metal damage, Kanye as Twitter fodder, and more