Stevie Wonder’s personal archives are reputedly filled with decades of homemade demos and jam sessions that have never been released. If I had to guess what they sound like, I’d say some of them probably have a lot in common with the new album from Georgia Anne Muldrow. The Los Angeles singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist […]
Triad Radio, Chicago’s pioneering experiment in commercial free-form radio, left the airwaves in 1977. Now longtime program director Saul Smaizys is moving its archives online.
Five films with turns in front of and behind the camera by Frank Zappa, Prince, Diana Ross, and more.
The late-60s band founded by unheralded composer Jim Cuomo only released one EP during its lifetime.
A documentary profile of the avant-garage musician reveals his political conservatism.
Cal Schenkel doesn’t need to name-drop Waits or Zappa.
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A new anthology collects experimental electronic music by Mothers of Invention keyboardist Don Preston
Vintage Detroit garage soul, early dancehall, and more
Experimental animator Bruce Bickford appears at the Gene Siskel Film Center tonight for a screening of his work with improvised accompaniment by Jeff Parker and Frank Rosaly.