Current musical obsessions of the Reader’s Peter Margasak, the Pillowhammer’s Jim Dorling, and the Father Costume’s Sam Wagster
Resonance Records releases excellent live tracks that organist Larry Young cut shortly before his paradigm-shifting 1966 album Unity.
Carla Kihlstedt combines avant-garde pop, contemporary classical, and dreams.
Netherfriends cuts a bedroom-pop record (almost) live at Schubas, and more
Netherfriends cuts a bedroom-pop record (almost) live at Schubas, art-rockers Ono release their first album in 26 years, and So Percussion founder Doug Perkins moves to Chicago
Chicago-born group brings youthful energy and genre-bending sensibilities to classical music
International Contemporary Ensemble cofounder Claire Chase releases Aliento, her first solo recording.