They didn’t enjoy the success of the garage-pop band that gave them two members, but after 48 years one of their songs turned up on Stranger Things.
White Mystery, Flesh Panthers, Vamos, Dumpster Babies, and others help raise money for Logan Square arts hub Comfort Station with an outdoor show next Saturday.
Challenged to create a dish with horseradish, Dan Salls of the Salsa Truck looks to his Jewish upbringing.
CFM drops the latest dose of weirdo punk rock from Ty Segall’s wildly prolific crew.
The group celebrate the release of a four-way tape with a handful of like-minded locals.
Garage rocker Alex White, recently elected vice president of the Chicago chapter of the Recording Academy, takes to heart its goal of fostering conversations between young musicians and their influences.
They get close to catchy on their “Plastic Violence” single.
The local punks debut a joint video to go along with their split LP.
Led by Jeff Burke from the Marked Men and the Reds, Radioactivity play the Empty Bottle tomorrow in support of the new Silent Kill.
The local garage staple disbands after 11 years together.
The South African two-piece has called Chicago home for the past two months.
The Minneapolis trio play the fest—and a secret basement show— on Sunday night.
The Avondale record and collectible shop celebrates its first birthday on Saturday.
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Thursday, May 15
More than 40 local bands are playing two festivals over the weekend.