Azeez Alaka and Brandon Holmes run a music and video production company with a pipeline to the majors and a headquarters shaping up in Little Village.
Mikey Wells’s other band releases an easygoing, summery video to match its breezy guitar-pop sound.
“Bottom of the Pit” is the debut single from Absolutely Not’s first album as a four-piece, the forthcoming Problematic—they’ve added Chris Sutter from Meat Wave on second guitar.
Young Chicago production duo New Trash have made an asset of a low budget on shoots with Valee, Avantist, Mother Nature, and many more.
Palehound at a florist’s shop, Drab Majesty at the Museum of Surgical Science, Lume at the Damen Silos—Audiotree’s Far Out series makes its performances part of Chicago’s cityscape.
In Melkbelly’s new video they’re having all sorts of hangs in their practice space.
Post Child’s new lo-fi video pays homage to the 90s, just like the band’s fuzzy songs.
Montrose Man drop the video for “Tom Waits for No One” in advance of their record-release show this weekend.
Prolific trio Absolutely Not celebrate the release of their new single with a benefit show Friday night at Emporium.
The R&B alter ego of Ben Pirani readies his new record with a hilarious music video.
The Black Keys front man goes psych-pop with his new project.
The local punks debut a joint video to go along with their split LP.
The clip for “Future Ghosts” is a wild, trippy ride.
The four-piece has released their first-ever music video for the song “Mommy Is a Mummy.”
Today’s 12 O’Clock Track is “New York’s Alright” off the new Gotobeds album, Poor People Are Revolting.