The late-60s band founded by unheralded composer Jim Cuomo only released one EP during its lifetime.
The new local label run by the Owl’s talent buyer makes its public debut at the Milwaukee Avenue Arts Festival on Sunday.
When record stores aren’t buying used vinyl directly from the public, they might find a carload of goodies at the Chicagoland Record Collectors Show.
The Owl continues its trend of high-profile secret shows, this time with New York’s Psychic Ills.
An engraved tooth spread the word about this harsh-noise party.
Between now and Wednesday, your live-music options include Silver Apples, Mikal Cronin, Intronaut, Glen Hansard, and Chvrches.
Silver apples for the Owl’s Silver Apples show, the CFA’s second annual media mixer, and more.
I have to admit I did a double take when I first saw this listing: they’re tempting fate again? The history of Silver Apples, the New York ur-electronica duo famed (by indie-psych standards, at least) for two almost painfully great late-60s albums, is so riddled with bad luck that even their triumphs seem almost cruel […]
Silver Apples July 28, Empty Bottle Most electronic music leaves me cold as a robot’s teat. The mechanistic precision of house and techno beats and the nuance-free drones of most synthesizer-based music, the absence of the happy little accidents that happen when human hands meet physical instruments, interest me about as much as a test […]