The new album from Chicago emo band Into It. Over It. is an graceful ode to aging ungracefully.
Record roundup: Don Cherry’s joyful collectivist jazz, Against Me!’s transformative arena punk, and more
We sit down with Into It. Over It. main man Evan Thomas Weiss for our ongoing Soundcheck video series.
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Friday, October 25
Day three of Riot Fest features AFI, Suicidal Tendencies, Pixies, and some band called the Replacements.
A changing of the guard at the Hideout, a new indie “supergroup,” and a solo album from half of String Theory
“Twinklecore” is the latest goofy genre name dogging emo bands
Germans looking for Lana help Del Rey chart, and more
A posthumous CD release for the great Eddie Johnson Tenor saxophonist Eddie Johnson, who died last year on April 7 at age 89, was one of Chicago’s greatest jazz musicians, a pure embodiment of the classic swing he’d grown up playing. He only made two albums under his own name, and the better of the […]