For its 15th year, the famously eclectic fest has booked headliners the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Run the Jewels, and the National.
Chicago-born label Kranky celebrates 25 years with a Rockefeller Memorial Chapel concert presented by Ambient Church.
Current musical obsessions of Cousin Dud bandmates Dan Schuld and Matt Carmichael
“Hatred of Music I,” from 2011’s Ravedeath, 1972, sounds pretty good right now.
Tomorrow Never Knows 2014 features Oneohtrix Point Never, Darkside, Superchunk, and more
Six Reader writers, 12 months, 30 picks—and not one list that just rearranges the same records you’ll see everywhere else
The best shows to see on Thu 12/12 through Sun 12/15
Nine Reader writers tackle 16 albums, including the Dismemberment Plan, Omar Souleyman, and more.
As Kranky turns 20, its cofounder shares the label’s five most overlooked Chicago releases.
“Pitchfork 2012: The Beginning,” a video of interviews with staff and fans at the beginning of the Pitchfork Music Festival
Chicago’s Neon Marshmallow Festival expands to New York in October, with a lineup that includes Rhys Chatham, Phill Niblock, Tim Hecker, Grouper, and Loren Connors.