The Year of Chicago Music has had less music in it than anybody anticipated, but we still have plenty to celebrate.
With his supergroup Pigface, industrial-music veteran Martin Atkins brings together all sorts of scenes onstage.
Pigface was born in 1990 as the supergroup brainchild of Ministry members Martin Atkins, also of Public Image Limited and Killing Joke, and William Rieflin, who has led a miraculously […]
At Killing Joke’s Chicago show, front man Jaz Coleman talks esoteric philosophy, touring with Tool, and his new symphonic album.
On the eve of their latest return home, the Jesus Lizard talk about why they chose Chicago—and how they became its most beautiful noise-rock monsters.
Jason McNinch’s band Lick put out just two albums in the mid-90s, but he lent his touch to dozens of other projects, including Pigface, Sister Machine Gun, Die Warzau, and KMFDM.
Industrial supergroup Pigface celebrates 25 years of revolving-door lineups, the Chosen Few DJs honor a bygone house-music club, and more.
OhNo!Doom draws a crowd at the grand opening of its new location at 1800 N. Milwaukee.
Martin Atkins discusses his book “Tour: Smart” at Reggie’s Music Joint tonight.