Photographer Tim Nagle went behind the scenes with Grapetooth at their Pitchfork 2019 performance.
This year Pitchfork booked enough acts from in and around Chicago to fill one side of a 90-minute cassette.
Three-fourths of Ne-Hi switch gears as Spun Out, J Bambii’s Brown Skin Lady Show throws an anniversary party on a boat, and more.
Headliners Robyn, Haim, and the Isley Brothers are joined on the bill by the likes of Pusha T, Stereolab, and Mavis Staples.
Tim Kinsella and Jenny Polus couple up in the oddball electronic duo Good Fuck, punky cock-rock crew I Love Rich show the holidays the (dis)respect they deserve, and more.
Tonight, just two days short of the anniversary of their first gig— opening for Knox Fortune as part of his sold-out record-release show at Lincoln Hall—Chicago synth-based indie-pop duo Grapetooth celebrate their self-titled debut album on Polyvinyl. Grapetooth don’t play out often, but when they do, audiences clamor to see them—on their return to Lincoln […]
Tim Nagle has embedded himself in the city’s young rock and hip-hop scenes, and he draws on his friends there for a book-release party on Tuesday at Schubas.