Alessi Laurent-Marke (aka Alessi’s Ark) returns to the area on the heels of another insinuating album.
Stream the genre-mashing album here
The new Ethan Hawke horror movie makes a good argument for the double feature.
The Local Option’s 12.5 percent double IPA makes its third appearance, and it’s as burly, bitter, and complicated as ever.
The Metropolitan Planning Council wants you to bring Chicago’s Union Station to life.
Today’s 12 O’Clock Track is “Blue Elvis” from Peals’ debut album, Walking Field.
John Kass, Clarence Page, and Steve Chapman all chime in.
Between now and Wednesday, your live-music options include Silver Apples, Mikal Cronin, Intronaut, Glen Hansard, and Chvrches.
Our latest round of staff picks for the Reader‘s Interactive Jukebox (jukebox.chicagoreader.com)
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Monday, June 10
The writer-performer’s new story collection is “gleefully repulsive.”
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Sunday, June 9
Chicago Sinfonietta presents a concert about architecture, including new works inspired by iconic Chicago buildings.
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Saturday, June 8
We kick off a new music video series with footage of a performance by the Olympia postpunk group.