When your ragtag, noisy hardcore-meets-postpunk band has spent the better part of a decade as one of the most deservedly hyped rock groups in the world, which direction do you choose next? In the case of Copenhagen’s Iceage, you drop the aggression and gloom of your early work, start over, and create an art-punk masterpiece. […]
What to do when the festival drops two of your favorite acts into the same time slot?
What’s on the Reader’s Agenda for Wednesday, April 10, 2013.
The best shows to see this Monday through Wednesday include Floor, Caitlin Rose, and Iceage.
Gossip Wolf guesses who’ll play Lollapalooza, Saki hosts Low and Jeff Tweedy, and more
Controversial punks, new DJ mixes of note, Lollapalooza gossip, and more
Shock art is hardly new, but the engine that drives it keeps changing
The Reader’s Lollapalooza Survival Guide, plus Paul McCartney, Sade, Iceage, and plenty more non-Lolla stuff too
Key Losers do California pop, Purple and Green do Chicago house, Iceage and the Men carry the posthardcore torch, and the girls in Nu Sensae and White Lung get screamy