This week’s featured gig poster was designed by the Empty Bottle using a photo illustration by John Sturdy.
Tag: Outer Minds
Remembering Chicago music champion Christen Thomas
Christen Thomas booked shows for a decade with the Empty Bottle and Metro teams, but that work was just the beginning of the love, joy, and support she showered on the local scene.
Writer, drummer, and emcee Brian Costello closes the book on two decades in Chicago
Writer, drummer, and emcee Brian Costello closes the book on two decades in Chicago, Nasim Williams throws a free 12-hour party at Madison Public House, and more.
Musical-comedy game show Shame That Tune will shame no more
The musical-comedy game show Shame That Tune ends its run tonight at the Hideout.
Writer and Shame That Tune cohost Brian Costello launches his Hideout residency tonight
The Outer Minds drummer and comedic entertainer takes over Tuesday nights at the Hideout for all of February.
Garage-rock supergroup the Snow Angels play their 12th annual beer-soaked holiday party this weekend
Because it’s a Chicago punk-rock tradition.
Gossip Wolf: Jimmy Whispers throws a basketball tournament to benefit CeaseFire
Jimmy Whispers’s basketball tournament for CeaseFire, suburban death metal from Starkill, and Fred Schneider of the B-52s at the Fall Ball
Gossip Wolf: Surachai’s scary semimodular synth
Surachai’s scary semimodular synth, the Empty Bottle’s silly staff podcast, and more
Eye Vybe Records presents the first-ever Good Vybes Fest
The Logan Square-based psych label puts on a two-day festival at the Empty Bottle.
Reader’s Agenda Sat 3/8: SXSW Send Off Party, Chicago League of Lady Arm Wrestlers, and Louder Than a Bomb semifinals
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Saturday, March 8
The Reader’s guide to Pitchfork afterparties
Pitchfork afterparties: There’s no Bitchpork this year, but there is Rotted Tooth, plus plenty more.
The Reader’s Agenda: Wed 10/3
What’s on the Agenda for Wednesday, October 3, 2012
The view from the bottom of the bill: Outer Minds’ Pitchfork diary
Rain, golf carts, and rappers, oh my
Pitchfork: the festival in review
The good, the bad, and the disturbingly Freudian at the 2012 Pitchfork Music Festival
Shows to see: Mark Sultan, Third Coast Percussion, Big Jay McNeely, and more
Soundboard recommends Mark Sultan, Third Coast Percussion, Busdriver, and Big Jay McNeely