Almost four decades after her tenure in New York no-wave band DNA, Ikue Mori brings her still-evolving music to Chicago for two rare appearances.
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My favorite albums of 2013, numbers 20 through 11
The countdown of my favorite albums from 2013, part three
Robert Pollard’s not-at-all-haphazard Honey Locust Honky Tonk and 14 more record reviews
Six Reader writers fan out to consider Author & Punisher, Ciara, and more
12 O’Clock Track: “Two to Your Right, Five to Your Left,” a chunk of loud, visceral cello music from Okkyung Lee
A piercing, visceral improvisation from the South Korean cellist.
Outrageous synth pop, new psychedelic garage, revitalized art-rock, and more on the B Side
Baathhaus, Radar Eyes, Ono, R. Kelly, and more
Burnt Sugar Tonight at Uncommon Ground
New York genre melters Burnt Sugar perform tonight at Uncommon Ground on Devon.
The boundless sonic creativity of Okkyung Lee
Okkyung Lee, who plays Sunday night at the Pritzker Pavilion in Min Xiao-Fen’s Asian Trio, is one of the most beguiling young figures in New York’s creative-music community. The Korean cellist—she came to the U.S. in 1993, at age 18—moves effortlessly between different worlds without changing her sound in any significant way. She plays in […]