Chicago Vinyl Connection celebrates one year of bringing independent record sellers, vintage vendors, and music lovers together with today’s latest edition of their nomadic gatherings of good times dealers. Thousands […]
After COVID quashed touring for much of 2020 and 2021, we seem to have collectively agreed that anyone celebrating a significant album anniversary could do their victory lap whenever they […]
Electro-punk gadfly Peaches filled her Riot Fest debut with joy, humor, and varieties of simulated sex that even Gwar hasn’t managed.
The sight of dancers dressed as giant vaginas and the sound of thick, scuzzy beats coming from deep within Douglas Park lured festival-goers to Riot Fest’s Riot Stage Saturday afternoon. […]
After years of expanding into other cities, Riot Fest is once more a strictly hometown affair—and the Reader weighs in on its bill, its brand, and more.
Plus: Actor Alex Grelle on the best songs in Robert Altman’s Nashville, the Reader‘s Kevin Warwick on the best way to listen to nasty noise-rock, and more
I’m ambivalent about describing Berlin-based pop artist Peaches as “sexually explicit.” The term feels loaded, and really, more people should take notes from Peaches, whose sex-positive, gender-blending jams hinge on […]
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Peaches look a little funny. Probably you’ve noticed. The kind term would be velvety. The word you usually hear is fuzzy.