How a doughnut-shop parking lot became a confluence of Chicago youth subcultures—and what killed it off
Friends and colleages remember musician Stephanie Morris at the Hideout, White/Light scores a new sci-fi short film, and more.
Indie imprint Curbside Splendor releases its first cassingle during Words + Music, October 16 at the Empty Bottle.
A new project from Scotland Yard Gospel Choir’s Elia Einhorn, new bands with folks from Bloodiest and Fake Limbs, and more
A chat over vegan food with Zombelle and Ultrademon
Gossip Wolf: White Car heads for the sun, new nightmarish Cemetery tunes, BLVD’s Staring Problem, and more
The last of Pitchfork’s editorial staff heads to Brooklyn, Bob Nastanovich DJs a hair salon, and more
Falling as usual on the third Saturday in April (4/16), the vinyl nerd’s favorite made-up holiday is celebrating its fifth year of celebrating independently owned record stores. This year’s Record Store Day attempts a coup d’etat against what the organizers call “online retailers or corporate behemoths” with the help of more than 700 stores in […]
An alter ego for A—-, an art contest for hesher doodlers, a box of Sonnenzimmers, and more
Sludge rock, an eco-friendly fest, a punk-rock record fair, and more
Subterranean, June 19; Hideout, June 20
Critics’ Choices and other notable shows: Kings Go Forth, Shemekia Copeland, Eyehategod, the Scotland Yard Gospel Choir, Jeff the Brotherhood, DM Stith, and more
A new sound installation by Nathan Keay is an emotional memorial to his wife, Stephanie Morris.
Early Warnings this week include Eyehategod, Mates of State, Sleepy Sun, Colin Hay, Tyr, and the Scotland Yard Gospel Choir.
Recently wrecked band hits fast food jackpot