New Canyons return after eight years with a third album of gloomy dream pop, hip-hop historian Darrell “Artistic” Roberts interviews 1980s MC Mello D, and more.
Englewood multi-instrumentalist, engineer, and rapper Christopher Horace started releasing solo recordings a little more than two years ago. He released his first mixtape, February 2018’s Exodus, under the name Nephset, but since then he’s been performing and recording as F.A.B.L.E., which stands for Finally a Black Life Explained. For a year or so now, Horace […]
As loved ones leave the city, consider the pros of sticking around.
Two women who both went to the Soviet arctic and spent time on the deck of Exodus, though under completely different conditions, meet via Skype.
Your guide to visual arts in the city this weekend
For pioneering photojournalist Ruth Gruber, words and pictures are tools to inspire others to act.
Thrash metal may go hand-in-hand with shit beer, but the stout that Municipal Waste brewed with Three Floyds is world class.
Thrash bands new and old converge on Chicago tomorrow
This week’s Early Warnings include Pavement, the Dwarves, Ahmad Jamal, Exodus, Delorean, Unsane, West Fest, the Legendary Pink Dots, the Faint, and School of Seven Bells.