I can’t imagine summer in Chicago without the Chosen Few Picnic & Festival, and that’s not just because this grassroots house-music gathering is celebrating its 30th annual installment (plus two […]
The Year of Chicago Music has had less music in it than anybody anticipated, but we still have plenty to celebrate.
For its 30th anniversary, one of the world’s largest house-music parties has been pushed online by the pandemic—but it might reach even more people that way.
Forest Management drops an ambient record made from Debussy vinyl, the Chosen Few celebrate the legacy of Sauer’s with a Thanksgiving house and disco party, and more.
If you’ve ever wished that more music festivals were like family picnics, then you need to go to this Jackson Park house-music blowout. In the late 80s, DJs and brothers […]
The view from the crowd during the annual house-music extravaganza in Jackson Park.
Industrial supergroup Pigface celebrates 25 years of revolving-door lineups, the Chosen Few DJs honor a bygone house-music club, and more.
Between working as a partner at a law firm and helping the Chosen Few Picnic expand to two days, Alan King found the time to make his monthly Late Night Sessions mix for June.
How a family Fourth of July party grew into an annual event that attracts more than 40,000 fans
The Chosen Few Picnic founder plays DCASE’s Wired Fridays tomorrow at noon.
What’s on the Agenda for Saturday, July 7, 2012
Warped Tour, Chosen Few Old School Reunion Picnic, Irish American Heritage Festival, and Roscoe Village Burger Fest round out the weekend
The house music marathon returns this Saturday with sets by Chosen Few DJs Jesse Saunders, Wayne Williams, and Tony Hatchett, among others.