Welshman Jon Langford’s love and fascination for American musical culture has long pulsed at the center of his work, whether he was sending his pioneering punk band the Mekons toward […]
At Miishkooki, “Your Name Here” boasts colorful portraits of the artist’s influences.
Actor and singer Bethany Thomas celebrates the release of her debut EP, First, on Monday at the Hideout.
The Hideout isn’t having a full-blown Block Party this year, but you can still see Eleventh Dream Day, Kelly Hogan, the Lawrence Peters Outfit, Robbie Fulks, the JC Brooks Band, Devil in a Woodpile, the reunited Mr. Rudy Day, and many more.
Anthony Janas makes sound art by sailing a boat, Fiesta del Sol celebrates ten years of its house-music festival, and more.
Dancer-poet Ian Spencer Bell comes to the Poetry Foundation to perform his Geography Solos, a suite of “talking dances” and a new autobiographical piece, Holler.
On the occasion of the label’s 20th birthday party, cofounders Rob Miller and Nan Warshaw talk about diversifying their roster, surviving the collapse of album sales, and not getting rich.
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Sunday, March 23
Local high school punks the Ungnomes unleash a brand-new Christmas EP.
Country workhorses the Sundowners never scored a hit, but their 25,000-song repertoire made them hugely influential on the alt-country scene.
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Friday, February 1, 2013.
The Ungnomes, fronted by Jon Langford’s son Jimmy, play at Martyrs’ this weekend
An extra-long Artist on Artist with Paul Burch and Jon Langford, the latest from Bible of the Devil, Gas Mask Horse, and Mulatto Patriot, and lots more
Nashville singer-songwriter Paul Burch talks to Jon Langford of the Waco Brothers