Joyride Records throws itself a housewarming party in the old Permanent storefront, Tall Pat Records bows out with a couple more rock ’n’ roll blowouts, and more.
Plus: Hujo make dance music with “a mosaic of organic and digital tactics,” and Autonomy guitarist Ray Suburbia returns to Chicago with a new DIY print zine.
Red Scare Industries celebrates ten years, and The-Drum launches the Lo Motion label
Five antisocial years of Not Normal Tapes, a new pansexual dance party at East Room, and more
Friends help Scoundrel bounce back from a van crash, Hunter Husar books a schizo bill in Bridgeport, and more
What’s on the Reader’s Agenda for Wednesday, February 20, 2013.
Frodo’s floor-clearing DJ set, Costner on a cart, and more celeb sightings at the fest. Plus: Kesha checks out Disappears, Paleo moves to the Chi, and Mahjongg’s Hunter Husar goes solo
One of the guys who ran the beloved loft space recovers from a shooting. Plus: Canadian Girlfriends in the flesh and nerds in the club
Chandeliers play a live score to “Junky’s Xmas,” “Aleph,” and “Oramunde,” Wednesday 11/25 at the Chopin Theatre.