This week’s featured gig poster was created for the Delta Bombers’ current tour by graphic designer Jason Lonon, aka Death-Ray Design.
Singer-guitarist Wyatt Grant launched Pool Holograph as a solo endeavor a decade ago, and around 2015 he brought in a few friends from Loyola University to turn it into a […]
On her new fifth album, Whole New Mess, Angel Olsen presents skeletal renditions of songs from her 2019 LP All Mirrors, filtering their themes of love, broken promises, and recovery […]
I was once at a Nest Egg gig where a friend said to me, “The thing I love about these guys is that they’re punks who just happen to play […]
Margaret Killjoy, the self-described “mistressmind” of North Carolina–based Feminazgûl, announced on March 16 via Facebook that due to the pandemic-slash-shitstorm, her atmospheric black-metal band would release their first full-length, No […]
On the title track of DJ Hank’s debut 12-inch, Traffic Control (Sophomore Lounge), car alarms bleat atop thickets of overactive drums, occasional blown-out hi-hats, hiccuping bass, and a tasteful array […]
Hip-hop has welcomed a platoon of talented emerging artists over the past five years or so, but few exhibit their love for the art of rapping quite like North Carolina’s […]
Thirty years for My Life With the Thrill Kill Kult, ten years for White Mystery, six years for the All Smiles hip-hop showcase, and more
After an injury ended Ben Burden’s soccer career, he came to Chicago and found his true self in a distinctive, open-hearted fusion of hip-hop and R&B.
Minneapolis Sound historian Jon Kirby of Numero Group reflects on the ever-elusive Purple One.
Also, why the 2016 Cubs could change the way the game is played.
Satanic hysteria persists in America.
Andrew Bird talks to Brett and Rennie Sparks of the Handsome Family.
Today’s 12 O’Clock Track is “Bitter Boy,” a single that was just recently dropped by Merge Records.
In the yearly showcase “COLEctive Notions,” members of Margi Cole’s dance collective step up.