Chicago indie rockers Ratboys recently released their best album yet, and though they can’t tour, they’re finding ways to stay connected to their fans.
Florida punk-scene staple Chris Farren has spent much of the past decade refining one of the most endearing tongue-in-cheek personas since Stephen Colbert’s 11-season-long Colbert Report neocon shtick. On Twitter […]
Drummer Tim Daisy hits a hot streak with his record label, indie rockers Jupiter Styles celebrate a star-studded sophomore album, and more.
This week’s featured gig poster was designed by local artist Dan Black of Landland.
Drone artist Nicholas Szczepanik returns with a new surname and a new project, underground emo supergroup What Gives finally release an album, and more.
New local rock releases from Bleach Party, Coaster, Fake Limbs, Lala Lala, Strawberry Jacuzzi, and Swimsuit Addition
Up Up Down Down Left Right Left Right B A Start isn’t just a Konami cheat code—it’s also the name of an emo-influenced indie-rock band reuniting at Beat Kitchen.
Rotted Tooth serves up a second helping of Hogg, Wrong Numbers debut with a kiss-off to 2015, and more.
You and your pet can get something when you preorder the band’s forthcoming debut, Pets Hounds.
Matt Kimmel’s good-bye to booking the Burlington, emo royalty at American Football, a new Swearwords EP, and more
Before Michigan emo outfit Empire! Empire! (I Was a Lonely Estate) play Chicago tomorrow night read this lengthy Q&A with front man Keith Latinen—he talks about poetry, Michigan, and, yes, “emo revival.”
This week’s gig poster was created out of cut-up paper by local artist Anna Gross.
Riot Fest’s nostalgia party ended with lots of rain and a ripping Replacements set, but the weekend had its forward-looking moments too.
Gossip Wolf: BLVD books its first CNCRT, Dowsing shakes up its roster, rapper Milo moves to town, and more.
Day three of Riot Fest features AFI, Suicidal Tendencies, Pixies, and some band called the Replacements.