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Permanent Records manager Dave McCune on celebrating the shop’s tenth anniversary
Dave McCune, manager of Chicago’s Permanent Records, reflects on the store’s history: “I got to watch the evolution of the shop from both sides of the counter.”
Hxlt’s hip-hop past lingers on his punk debut
This Friday, GOOD Music drops the first album the former Hollywood Holt is releasing in his postpunk incarnation Hxlt.
A Chicago street film calls out Chi-Raq over its portrayal of local hip-hop
Trust None, a 2004 Chicago street film that finally saw proper release last month, captures the local hip-hop scene better than Chi-Raq.
Former Chicagoan Brenmar’s debut EP for Fool’s Gold fulfills his dance-music promise
The DJ-producer returns to town tomorrow to celebrate the release of his new EP, Award.
Mannequin Men officially call it quits after more than a decade together
The local garage staple disbands after 11 years together.
Catch local indie-pop outfit Yawn’s Love Chills at the Empty Bottle tonight
Help the band celebrate the release of their sophomore album, Love Chills.
Peace out to the Reader
Signing off on nearly a decade of writing for the paper
Reader’s Agenda Wed 6/4: Big Freedia, The Dance of Reality, and Castle
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Wednesday, June 4
Reader’s Agenda Tue 4/22: Scott Turow, Schoolboy Q, and The Way West
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Tuesday, April 22
Lil B’s 101-track mixtape 05 Fuck Em and 15 more record reviews
Record roundup: Don Cherry’s joyful collectivist jazz, Against Me!’s transformative arena punk, and more
Reader’s Agenda Thu 1/9: Jay Z, Hellcab, and Punk Rock Karaoke
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Thursday, January 9
Reader’s Agenda Tue 12/17: Kanye West, DKV Trio, and The Second City That Never Sleeps
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Tuesday, December 17
Reader’s Agenda Thu 11/21: Chicago Food Film Festival, Oliver Stone, and Cat Power
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Thursday, November 21
In Rotation: Jeanine O’Toole of Bare Mutants on how to commemorate Jerry Garcia’s deathiversary
Current musical obsessions of Bare Mutants vocalist Jeanine O’Toole, and Eternals front man Damon Locks