Chicago country five-piece Tobacco City formed to cover Neil Young songs for a Halloween show, but thankfully they’ve since developed their own sound. Like Young, they have a way with […]
Alejandro Morales’s death doesn’t just leave a hole in Chicago’s DIY music scene—it’s a loss to community activists, to affordable housing advocates, and to countless friendships.
Homeroom’s Physics for Listeners series connects local trio ZRL with four disparate composers, the Plastic (Crimewave) Ono Band releases its fourth tape-only split, and more.
Art-rockers Ono commit to cassette the joyfully defiant noise of their live show, brand-new label Fine Prints launches with a triple release party at the Empty Bottle, and more.
This week’s featured gig poster was designed by local artist Bill Connors.
Current musical obsessions of Bunny bassist Alexa Viscius, Disruptor editor Lucas Reif, and Reader writer Leor Galil
This week’s featured gig poster was designed by local artist Ryan Duggan.
Plus: Bric-a-Brac celebrates five years with a stacked in-store show, prog-punk brothers Avantist keep the hits coming on a new EP, and more.
This week’s featured gig poster was created by Chicago-based artist Alexa Viscius.
Current musical obsessions of Ne-Hi guitarist Jason Balla, Hideout talent buyer Sullivan Davis, and Reader music listings wrangler Luca Cimarusti
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.
Heavy Times play a last hometown show before guitarist Matt Courtade moves to LA, Jes Skolnik of Split Feet decamps to New York for a Bandcamp job, and more.
Listen to the bluesy, garagey A side of Glyders’ self-titled seven-inch.
Plus: Tall Pat Records brings Cuddlestock back for year three, and Scientist release their second album of metal experiments.