These Deerfield maniacs debuted in 1979 but didn’t play live till 2007, when they helped celebrate a documentary about early Chicago punk.
Savage Beliefs broke up in 1984 after releasing one seven-inch, but they’ve been playing again since a 2015 reissue on Alona’s Dream.
End Result were mentored by avant-garde troupe Ono and shared members with the likes of Big Black and Articles of Faith.
Footwork crew the Era teaches dance workshops in Pilsen, a Wax Trax! Records documentary hits its Kickstarter goal, and more.
A quick look at the locally produced punk musical, Sacrificial Youth
Handsome Dick Manitoba of the Dictators NYC talks to Little Richie Speck of Tutu & the Pirates.
Miss out on the birth of the local scene? There’s a new documentary full of baby pictures.