Even before local singer-songwriter Dan Schneider released his first album as the Singleman Affair in 2006, his psych-folk solo project had become a fruitful nexus for collaboration. Schneider has not […]
The Jefferson Park EXP concert series brings a wild diversity of sounds to a neighborhood library—and to the Internet.
You can jump-start your Bandcamp Friday browsing with nearly 100 newly Reader-recommended releases.
Alejandro Morales’s death doesn’t just leave a hole in Chicago’s DIY music scene—it’s a loss to community activists, to affordable housing advocates, and to countless friendships.
With his generous spirit and boundless enthusiasm, Running drummer Alejandro Morales was the beating heart of a vibrant community.
Three of Chicago’s experimental giants combine forces on Monday night.
Local prog trio Moonrises celebrate the release of a new LP.
One way to tweak the music festival formula
Miles Raymer chills to Chllngr, John Yingling jumps to Lechuguillas, and Rotten Milk falls for Boney M
A local concert blogger angles for a gear upgrade. Plus: A new sorta-supergroup makes its live debut, Psalm One eases the wait for her next LP, Bee Control start work on their first album, and more.