For decades, Danny’s nurtured a devoted and welcoming community of music lovers—but it couldn’t survive the pandemic.
Black Monument Ensemble founder Damon Locks still feels the ripples from Soul Train 50 years after its Chicago premiere.
I Kong Kult end a three-year hiatus to release their ass-shaking debut, Mako Sica hold a benefit to push back against cycling deaths, and more.
Kool & the Gang’s Robert ‘Kool’ Bell talks to the Eternals’ Wayne Montana
Lindsay Powell of Fielded and Rand Sevilla of Sich Mang decamp for LA, and more
Plus: A transformed Singer returns for a second album, and Parallax Sounds, a doc on Chicago architecture and music, needs your support
Ken Vandermark performs Saturday 4/2 at a free screening of the Amazon river documentary “Roads of Water,” which he scored. Also showing clips from “Roads” director Augusto Contento’s in-progress post-rock-doc “Parallax Sounds.”