Cortini is best known for making Trent Reznor sound even better, but in his solo practice he produces symphonies of sound with exotic analog synths.
It’s no surprise the raw aggression that catapulted Nine Inch Nails into mainstream success in the early 90s is still coursing through its founder, Trent Reznor, during this fall’s Cold and Black and Infinite tour; it offers a concert experience rooted in a dark world that’s experiencing some truly tumultuous times. An eternally misanthropic mainstay […]
Current musical obsessions of Meat Wave bassist Joe Gac, Fckr Jr guitarist Ben Grigg, and Reader music listings wrangler Luca Cimarusti
Joining the likes of Jawbreaker, Nine Inch Nails, and Queens of the Stone Age at this year’s Riot Fest are At the Drive-In, Cap’n Jazz, Best Coast, and many more.
Current musical obsessions of O’My’s cofounder Maceo Haymes, singer-songwriter Kaina, and Reader music critic Leor Galil
Jawbreaker’s improbable reunion is this year’s big Riot Fest news, but the bill also includes Nine Inch Nails, Queens of the Stone Age, New Order, Paramore, M.I.A., Vic Mensa, and Ministry.
Industrial supergroup Pigface celebrates 25 years of revolving-door lineups, the Chosen Few DJs honor a bygone house-music club, and more.
The best shows to see through Sunday include Nine Inch Nails, Laura Cantrell, Saba, and the Bangles.
“Everything” is a surprisingly sunny pop jam from Nine Inch Nails.
You can never have too many photos of Trent Reznor screaming.
What to see on Friday at Lollapalooza 2013
Almost 150 acts play Lollapalooza this year, and we’ve got 29 to take you from gates open to lights-out.
The Lollapalooza lineup that leaked early this morning is half good and half a bore; we discuss our initial thoughts, how the locals fared, and links to some past Reader coverage of some of the acts on the bill.
Gossip Wolf guesses who’ll play Lollapalooza, Saki hosts Low and Jeff Tweedy, and more