Some of the biggest names in ghetto house, juke, and footwork played for free at a relaxed party and cookout in Dolton Park.
Psych-pop group Roommate play their first Chicago show in more than two years, DJ Clent spins at another giant juke, footwork, and ghetto-house blowout, and more.
Chicago footwork producer DJ Clent celebrates his 38th on Saturday with a Throwback Juke Party that features some of the best producers in underground-house history.
Boylan and Pranas’s “Pick It Up” samples the latest smash single from lightning-rod Chicago rapper Famous Dex.
Chicago rapper Chris Crack breaks a yearlong silence with a single 36-minute track, DJ Paypal invites ghetto-house innovator Jana Rush to East Room, and more.
Chicago label Deep Space Objects compiles a constellation of diverse electronic tracks, Lord Mantis drummer Bill Bumgardner dies at 35, and more.
Footwork crews often end up as sideshows to DJs or rappers—but Chicago dancers the Era hope to change that with their first stage production.
Subterranean hosts a benefit show for Mucho Culo, which was based out of a studio destroyed in a July fire.
Inspired by Ferguson protestors clashing with riot police, the local ghetto-house producer drew upon his experience in public housing for his powerful spoken-word contribution to “Ghetto.”
The influential footwork producer passed away at the age of 35 on Saturday.
The local dance producer performed at the Chicago Cultural Center earlier today, and if you missed it you can watch his recent Boiler Room set to make up for it.
Explore Ray Barney’s basement, which is filled with old back stock from his in-demand and soon-to-be-revived dance label, Dance Mania.