Volutus Records has a busy pandemic, Fat Night drop an album that would’ve been perfect for a normal summer, and more.
Chicago violist, singer, and organist Whitney Johnson completes her Matchess Trilogy with the occult healing songs of the new Sacracorpa.
Minimal techno master Wolfgang Voigt returns to Chicago with his most beloved project, Gas, and answers questions from Whitney Johnson of Matchess.
Verma’s fourth full-length, Mul.Apin, comes out tomorrow on Trouble in Mind, and the Reader is premiering the video for “Elil.Sa.Ursag / Hero’s.Theme.”
Matchess It’s always nice when a solo project comes into its own, and Whitney Johnson, aka Matchess, has taken off into the stratosphere. Better known as the singer and violist […]
On the new In Plain Speech, the local singer-songwriter opens her hermetic music to the outside world—and brings on a bigger, more colorful cast of collaborators than ever before.
Current musical obsessions of Verma’s Whitney Johnson, Toupee’s Whitney Allen, and the Reader‘s Kevin Warwick
The best shows to see on Mon 6/9 through Wed 6/11
The Boston psych rocker plays in Chicago this Sunday.
The local art-rock group welcomes its second postreunion LP on Saturday.
A new app uses your movement to make music, soul singer Doug Shorts returns to the studio, and more
Con Air Looking for something to do today? Agenda‘s got you covered. Doc Films, the University of Chicago’s student film society, hosts a screening of the Nic Cage actioner Con […]
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Monday, June 3
A forward-looking Artist on Artist, local band news, and a chance to see jug bands slug it out
Jug bands slug it out for engraving on antique gilded sausage maker