Current obsessions of music photographer Carmelo Española and Sick/Tired vocalist Adam Jennings
This club’s sound can be frustrating, but the quality of its metal bookings is such that it’s still worth going to all the time.
Between now and Wednesday, your live-music options include Herbcraft, Pure Bathing Culture, Blood Ceremony, Sharon Van Etten, the Hush Sound, and Canadian Rifle.
Forced Into Femininity plays an aboveground show, Templehead unveils its rock opera, and more
Vintage Dwight Twilley on HoZac Archival, a photo op for Cherries Records, and a lineup change for Terminate
One Reader scribe can’t remember when he saw the Philly indie foursome, but he hasn’t been able to forget the band’s music.
Behold the Arctopus play awesomely intricate, nonrepeating instrumental technical metal—but don’t worry, they know how silly that is.
Population joins the HoZac nation, Arbogast does a metal cooking show, and Geronimo’s fifth birthday
What’s on the Reader’s Agenda for Tuesday, March 6, 2013.
Chief Keef’s probation hearings, the Wednesday-morning shooting at Logan Square’s Ultra Lounge, and White/Light’s upcoming performance with Kim Gordon
San Francisco black-metal five-piece Deafheaven swing through Chicago on Sunday.