At noon, KAN-WIN, a local nonprofit focused on eradicating gender-based violence, especially for women and children across Asian American communities, is holding a rally outside of the Wrigley Building (400 N. Michigan) as part of a global day of action for “comfort women”–Asian survivors of sexual slavery at the hands of the Japanese military leading […]
It’s been nearly five years since Sharon Van Etten released Are We There―which means it’s also been nearly five years without that voice. The Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter has long possessed the secret power to sound woefully resigned to the poetic drudgery of life while simultaneously prophetic in her realization of that. Though Van Etten is a […]
The fourth installment of Goose Island’s annual Pitchfork beer is a “garage lager.”
The best shows to see through the weekend include Todd Snider, Sharon Van Etten, Mick Jenkins, and Helado Negro.
Songs: Ohia and Magnolia Electric Co. front man Jason Molina produced a prodigious catalog of stark and heartbreaking music. Then he disappeared.
Photos of Beck, Deafheaven, Kendrick Lamar, crowd surfing, dancing, and more from Pitchfork Music Festival 2014
The festival’s first day belongs to the women, by a hair: Neneh Cherry is the Reader team’s consensus favorite, with Sharon Van Etten in third place behind Beck.
Cross Record begins getting what it deserves and signs to the like-minded Brooklyn label Ba Da Bing! Records.
Between now and Wednesday, your live-music options include Herbcraft, Pure Bathing Culture, Blood Ceremony, Sharon Van Etten, the Hush Sound, and Canadian Rifle.
What’s scheduled for some of this summer’s best free concert series.
Part three of my favorite albums of 2012 countdown
Musical obsessions of Wild Belle’s Natalie Bergman and designer Elise Bergman
The acts that will get you through Friday of Lollapalooza with a minimum of regrets
More Pitchfork picks, emo people watching at the Promise Ring, and new orch-pop from Panoramic & True
Sharon Van Etten talks to Chris Salveter of Judson Claiborne