Chicago artist Tom Feltenberger based his anti-Trump design on the cover of Autolux’s current album, Pussy’s Dead.
This publication is committed to telling stories that refute Trump’s bigotry, sexism, and hate—and that goes for the music section too.
The humane progressive politics smoldering in new full-lengths from Chicago rappers Common and Malcolm London are most potent when they’re personal.
Twenty years ago, Racetraitor copped to their own privileges to try to educate the hardcore scene about class, gender, and race—so now is a perfect time for them to reunite.
Alfred Jarry’s absurdist satire and a minor masterpiece by Sam Shepard are among this week’s highlights.
Are we poised to relive the dark days of ’68 all over again?