Watch the best of the comedy trio before their Tomorrow Never Knows show and Adult Swim series.
UPDATE: Tuesday, January 14, 12:50 PM:: Stella Donnelly has canceled her U.S. tour for health reasons. Paul Cherry has replaced her as the headliner of this show. Stella Donnelly’s truth creeps up on you. The sound of her voice over her gentle, electrified folk-rock guitar is like a chill that runs up your spine to […]
With this summer’s Bigger Than Life (Sacred Bones), Black Marble has finally given in and made a pop record. Born in Brooklyn and now based in Los Angeles, this darkwave act began in 2012 as the bleak, gothy duo of Chris Stewart and Ty Kube, but by 2016, when Stewart moved west and released Black […]
Caroline Polachek might be the queen of crushes. As half of the synth-pop duo Chairlift, she wrote cheeky sleeper favorites such as “Crying in Public” and “Bruises” in the late 2000s, before branching out into solo work, taking opera lessons (inspired by a Handel aria in the soundtrack of the 2009 Lars von Trier film […]
Catherine Cohen, Patti Harrison, and Mitra Jouhari can explain men to you—with songs!
To support the new Snares Like a Haircut, noise-punks No Age play Schubas during the Tomorrow Never Knows festival.
This week’s featured gig poster was designed by local artist Sarah Squirm for this month’s edition of Helltrap Nightmare.
The multihyphenate comedian headlines Tomorrow Never Knows.
Big names playing the 2017 edition of winter festival Tomorrow Never Knows include Tortoise, BadBadNotGood, Beth Stelling, Title Fight, and Open Mike Eagle.
This week’s featured gig poster was created by local artist Ryan Duggan.
Six Reader music writers share their favorites from 2014 with year-end lists that do more than just put the same records in a different order.
Chicago’s yearly midwinter music festival has announced a 2015 lineup full of 2014’s favorites.
Current musical obsessions of Primeridian’s Simeon Viltz and Ayana Contreras of Vocalo’s Reclaimed Soul
Best shows to see on Thu 1/16 through Sun 1/19.
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Wednesday, January 15