Silkworm veteran Tim Midyett finally drops the first Mint Mile full-length, Steve Reidell of Air Credits almost remakes the 1980 Genesis album Duke, and more.
This year Michigan-born, New York-raised record label Ghostly International celebrates two decades of releasing cutting-edge electronic sounds. As part of the festivities it’s throwing a party called Ghostly 20 in its own honor at Metro this week. The label was founded in Ann Arbor in 1999 by Sam Valenti IV, who was inspired by the […]
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After years of expanding into other cities, Riot Fest is once more a strictly hometown affair—and the Reader weighs in on its bill, its brand, and more.
To see some of the best acts at Riot Fest—including Downtown Boys, Invsn, and Fishbone—you’re gonna have to skip brunch.
ShowYouSuck builds on his omnivorous hip-hop with the Hood Internet collaboration Air Credits and the JBTV show Good Luck Hunting.
Also, a report says that undercover drug stings by a federal bureau unfairly targeted minorities.
Also, police union head speaks out on Chicago’s antipolice sentiments.
Today’s 12 O’Clock Track is “Video Warning Attempts,” from the Black Moth Super Rainbow front man.
The online music festival that provided a gathering place for vaporwave originators (and gave the genre its “final eulogy” earlier this year) celebrated its one-year anniversary with performances from Mister Lies and Black Moth Super Rainbow’s Tobacco.
The “arts” at this year’s Milwaukee Avenue Arts Festival include music from Cave, the Cairo Gang, and William Cepeda.
It’s always somethin’.
Appropriation, psychedelia, and Russian E.T. knockoff porno
Critics’ Choices and other notable shows: Xiu Xiu, High on Fire, Small Black, Orquestra Contemporanea de Olinda, Little Women, Titus Andronicus, and more
Cigarettes used to be really bad for you.