Hideout talent buyer Sullivan Davis steps down, and CIVL launches a virtual concert series to push a new benefit fund.
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Rogers Park gets a new record store
The team that used to run Logan Hardware quietly opened Electric Jungle at the end of July.
Logan Square record store Logan Hardware closes down
After nearly nine years, Logan Hardware shuttered last month with little fanfare—but it’ll host one last big sale in a couple weeks.
Record Store Day 2018: here’s what Chicago area shops are doing to celebrate
Check out our interactive map and listings detailing the area’s festivities, including discounts, giveaways, in-store performances, and more.
Dumpster Tapes showcases local Latinx talent at the second annual Demolición
Dumpster Tapes showcases local Latinx talent at the second annual Demolición, Chicago groove machines the Lowdown Brass Band celebrate a new album, and more.
Great Chicago label, meet great Chicago band: Trouble in Mind signs Facs
Trouble in Mind signs Facs, Chicago shops celebrate Cassette Store Day, and the Eradicator drop a self-titled album.
Record Store Day 2017: Sales, giveaways, in-store performances, and more
Record Store Day deals and happenings, listed by store and arranged on an interactive map
The Amazing Acro-Cats, Cassette Store Day, and more things to do in Chicago this weekend
XX, Will Travel, Bianca Del Rio, and more happenings from October 7-9.
Jump Up Records rescues Chicago ska band Rude Guest from obscurity
Local label Jump Up releases a Cassette Store Day special, Lost Chicago Ska 1982-1993, that collects the discography of the defunct Rude Guest.
Queer-friendly occult-themed monthly party Switches of Eastwick launches at the Whistler
Queer-friendly monthly party Switches of Eastwick launches at the Whistler, first-generation Chicago punks Silver Abuse celebrate a new album, and more.
Al Scorch plays roots music with unlikely roots
Chicago banjo fiend Al Scorch talks about his inspirations—including freak bikes, DIY hardcore, and Kelly Hogan.
Record Store Day 2016: Sales, giveaways, in-store performances, and more
This year’s Record Store Day releases leave a lot to be desired, but the full slate of in-store performances should make shop hopping worth it anyway.
This drawing of John Hulburt celebrates the release of John Hulburt’s record
This week’s gig poster was drawn by George Hansen.
Logan Hardware celebrates the reissue of an acoustic marvel from John Hulburt
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.
Chicago’s underground rock scene remembers inspirational superfan Ray Ellingsen
He went to more shows than most folks half his age, and the people he supported and befriended honor his memory this month at the Empty Bottle.