The Year of Chicago Music has had less music in it than anybody anticipated, but we still have plenty to celebrate.
Tag: Lori Branch
Early Chicago hip-hop group He Who Walks Three Ways share two 90s demos
Early Chicago hip-hop group He Who Walks Three Ways share two 90s demos, Lillerne Tapes releases an eclectic benefit compilation, and more.
Lori Branch’s greatest moments in Chicago music history
Pioneering house DJ Lori Branch shouts out her fellow Windy City originators, including Chaka Khan and Sister Rosetta Tharpe.
What are the greatest moments in Chicago music history?
Arts & Business Council of Chicago invites nominations and votes for the greatest moments in Chicago music history.
Grün Wasser diversify their apocalyptic EBM on the new Not OK With Things
Grün Wasser diversify their apocalyptic EBM on the new Not OK With Things, the Chicago South Side Film Festival celebrates house music with a documentary by Jesse Saunders, and more.
The B-52s gave Chicago one last gift at Riot Fest
Even if the B-52s really are retiring from the road, they’ve left a permanent mark on the city through their influence on house music.
The Chosen Few Picnic is the homegrown festival every Chicagoan should attend
If you’ve ever wished that more music festivals were like family picnics, then you need to go to this Jackson Park house-music blowout. In the late 80s, DJs and brothers Tony and Andre Hatchett and their families began hosting an annual Fourth of July reunion barbecue behind the Museum of Science and Industry. For the […]