The best thing about Metz might also be the worst thing about Metz. The Toronto-based trio have been cranking out high-volume noise rock for more than ten years. Their music is solid, reliable, and interesting—and like Nirvana before them, they begin with a subversive sound, then add enough melody and take away enough grime to […]
Current musical obsessions of Teen Movie Hell author Mike McPadden, comics artist Corinne Halbert, and Reader listings coordinator Salem Collo-Julin
Pitchfork’s Blue Stage lets you see the likes of Arca, Dawn Richard, Mitski, Survive, and Pinegrove before they’re too big to get close to.
West-side music-business institution Willie Barney dies at 89, Music Frozen Dancing returns to the Empty Bottle with a “kool” surprise guest, and more.
This week’s featured gig poster was designed by local artist Josh Davis.
This week’s featured gig poster was created by local artist Ryan Duggan.
Today’s 12 O’Clock Track is “Use Your Delusion” from the debut Greys album, If Anything, just out on Carpark Records.
Gossip Wolf: People-watching at Pitchfork, new material from Pezband, and a farewell to Cross Record.
Our photo recap of the Pitchfork Music Festival 2013
The comedy stylings of Pissed Jeans, the apocalyptic ritual of Swans, the bowstring-taut postpunk of Savages, the adorable accents of Belle & Sebastian, and so much more you can barely stand it
Saturday: What bands are on our Pitchfork fest itineraries?
Saturday: Previews and live coverage of every band at Pitchfork
“Slug Night” is a beautiful and lush shoegaze track from Canada’s No Joy.
The best shows to see for the weekend of 5/10.
Our preliminary thoughts on the full lineup for this year’s Pitchfork Music Festival, which includes Lil B. Did we mention Lil B is performing?