Current musical obsessions of Punk Rock and Donuts founder Jeremy Kitchen, Udüsic vocalist Sarah Ryczek, and Reader listings coordinator Salem Collo-Julin
Wayne Kramer and worthy sidemen play Metro in honor of the protopunk classic.
Bad Axe got a regular gig thanks to Rahm Emanuel’s mom and a belated vinyl release thanks to Permanent Records.
The Crucified predated the codification of punk as a musical style, so to modern ears their only record sounds more like great, no-frills hard rock.
The Smart Studios Story, opening the Chicago International Movies & Music Festival, revisits the Madison recording studio that nurtured the indie rock of the 90s.
Handsome Dick Manitoba of the Dictators NYC talks to Little Richie Speck of Tutu & the Pirates.
Mark Perro of the Men talks DIY, country music, and the impossibility of plagiarism in punk
After more than seven years of legal limbo, just one last hurdle remains between the rock documentary “MC5: A True Testimonial” and its commercial release—and you can help.
Vinyl fetishists, start your engines: this April’s Record Store Day promises a heap of amazing special releases.
The MC5 documentary by Chicago filmmakers David Thomas and Laurel Legler might actually see release.