The torpor-inducing temperatures seem to be cooling down, so it’s a good time to get out and about. Here are some mid-August events worth looking into. Fri-Sun 8/13-8/15 (and through […]
Among the myriad injuries inflicted upon Americans by COVID-19 (though admittedly one of the mildest) is the impossibility of attending your favorite holiday concert. For the past dozen years, Chicago-based […]
Jazz Fest’s ten days of neighborhood concerts, satellite shows, and aftersets include Kidd Jordan, Angel Bat Dawid, Jeff Parker, Marc Ribot, and Ben Sidran.
The members of Extraordinary Popular Delusions bring vast and varied experience to this underappreciated ensemble’s regular weekly shows—which follow no rules but their own.
For improvisers, familiarity is a double-edged sword; if musicians get too comfortable with each other, inspiration can turn into habit. But there’s nothing quite so thrilling as the near-telepathic rapport […]
Over the next few days your live-music options include Samothrace, Helado Negro, Aesop Rock, Bobby Conn, and a top-shelf tribute to Fred Anderson.
As the touring circuit cools down for the holidays, let’s take notice of the great Chicago talent that surrounds us all year round
What’s on the Agenda for Monday, December 17, 2012
Fantastic instrumental rock quartet Cave and Spanish jazz drummer Ramon Lopez both give free live performances this evening.
DANCE | For sale: Chrissy Murderbot’s record collection Local electronic producer Chris Shively, aka Chrissy Murderbot, who runs the labels Sleazetone and Loose Squares, is slimming down his record collection. […]
Bassist Jason Roebke celebrates the release of his first solo recording on Wednesday night at the Hideout; the Extraordinary Popular Delusions begin a new free weekly gig at the Beat Kitchen on Monday, September 20.
After more than five years, Extraordinary Popular Delusions’ extraordinary run at Hotti Biscotti comes to an end.