Chicago goth trio Pixel Grip invite you to dance on straight white capitalism’s grave.
This week’s featured gig poster was designed by Josh Zoerner and features art by Noelia Towers.
On her latest self-released EP, April’s Blood Sisters, Chicago synth-pop artist Justina Kairyte, aka Fee Lion, threads together the sinister and the seductive with razor wire. In the spring, she told Paper magazine that writing the chorus for the slow-burning “My Man” crystallized for her what became the EP’s theme: “a mysterious murderess slaughtering her […]
Headliners of Pitchfork’s 2018 aftershows include Japanese Breakfast, Girlpool, and Kweku Collins.
Original Rap Karaoke makes a comeback at Township, Berlin hosts Big Dipper’s LaCroix Boi: The Party, and more.
Current musical obsessions of Justina Kairyte (aka Fee Lion), Ben Marcus (aka DJ Pluto), and Reader writer Leor Galil
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Lumpen Radio raises funds to build a low-power FM station in Bridgeport, Jim Magas launches a new record label, and more.
Catch a fever for the art-pop of Fee Lion, aka Chicagoan Justina Kairyte.