Closing night of Lifeline’s Anna Kareina and more goings-on 4/6-4/8
LA rocker Ty Segall has made a name for himself partly through his prolificacy; over the last decade he’s churned out records in a slew of different contexts. He’s actually slowed down a bit, releasing only one album annually over the last few years (not counting his work as a drummer in Fuzz), and while […]
Led by Chad Ubovich of Ty Segall’s Fuzz, Meatbodies are playing their part in LA’s renaissance of scuzzy rock.
Unless you place a premium on melding disparate approaches within a single song, the ever-prolific Ty Segall doesn’t pull any genuinely new tricks on his most recent self-titled Drag City album, but he still sounds better than ever. Working with the most efficient band of his career—featuring fellow guitarist Emmett Kelly, bassist Mikal Cronin, drummer […]
Ty Segall hangs his first art show in Chicago, hip-hop showcase All Smiles puts together a top-shelf March lineup, and more.
This week’s gig poster was designed by local artist Josh Davis of Dead Meat Design.
This week’s gig poster was designed by local artist Josh Davis.
CFM drops the latest dose of weirdo punk rock from Ty Segall’s wildly prolific crew.
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Sunday, September 21
The underground thrash supergroup returns with this hell-burning ripper for Ty Segall’s label.
The countdown of my favorite albums from 2013, part two
Ty Segall’s newest band, Fuzz, is playing Logan Square Auditorium tomorrow—prepare for the show by listening to “Sleigh Ride,” which is one fast-paced shot of adrenaline.
This weeks gig poster was created by local artist and screen printer Josh Davis of Dead Meat Design.
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Saturday, August 31
Between now and Sunday, your live-music options include Ty Segall, Mudhoney, the Rempis Percussion Quartet, the Chicago Jazz Festival, the North Coast Music Festival, and the African Festival of the Arts.