It’s been five years since Pittsburgh instrumental duo Zombi released Shape Shift. In May, they whetted the appetites of their long-suffering fans with the single “Breakthrough & Conquer,” which features […]
Triad Radio, Chicago’s pioneering experiment in commercial free-form radio, left the airwaves in 1977. Now longtime program director Saul Smaizys is moving its archives online.
Folk singer Megon McDonough made her 1972 debut LP while still in high school and in 1990 joined Christine Lavin’s Four Bitchin’ Babes.
The Mugicians recorded their epic, spiraling songs in their parents’ basements—and in the North Shore mansion of the cofounder of Jovan Musk.
Perhaps no local fan base is more loyal than that of the Bears. But what has the so-called pride and joy of Illinois done in three decades to deserve such devotion?
Support from HoZac and the Numero Group has helped resuscitate Julian Leal’s rock ‘n’ roll career—and may yet lead to new music.
A new book is a patchy, occasionally biased portrayal of the infamous promotional stunt.
Radio-friendly rockers M & R Rush grew up under Styx’s wing in the early 70s, charted on WLUP in 1980, split up in 1987, and reunited in 2003
Despite playing with stars, a botched deal with RCA limited the band’s exposure