You won’t find many tighter showcases of Chicago underground metal bands than tonight’s bill, headlined by the reclusive Indian, who’ve emerged from hibernation to blast the Empty Bottle with their […]
Lakshmi Ramgopal, who usually performs solo as Lykanthea, bids farewell to the songs on her Migration EP this Saturday with a nine-member multidisciplinary group.
Logan Square’s pan-subcontinental storefront excels with the familiar.
It costs more to live in a city as large and diverse as Chicago, but these international markets help you get your money’s worth.
Wider sidewalks, plus fixtures inspired by South Asian culture, have improved the strip.
Don’t even think about going as a “bad hombre.”
Chicago label Deep Space Objects compiles a constellation of diverse electronic tracks, Lord Mantis drummer Bill Bumgardner dies at 35, and more.
Indian is definitely done, but three of its four members are already working together in Lord Mantis.
Anatomy of Habit signs to Relapse, the Chicago Film Archives hosts a mixed-media mixer, and more.
The best shows to see through Wednesday include Indian, Ex Hex, and Marijuana Deathsquads.
Pitchfork lineup predictions, Charlemagne Palestine’s long-overdue return to Chicago, and more
Bil Vermette’s spacey synths return from 1984, Indian releases a new LP of hateful doom, and more.
Dirgy local act Anatomy of Habit debut their brand new all-star lineup.
The pleasures of doom—not just Founders’ barrel-aged imperial IPA but also the heaviest metal in the universe.
Gossip Wolf: New blood in Anatomy of Habit, a new band from Josh Chicoine of the M’s, and a new mixtape from Alex Wiley