Japanese art-rock outfit Melt-Banana have been making sharp, spasmodic noise for 32 years. In that time, their approach ...
This year's Chicago House Music Festival is nearly as robust as the pre-COVID version, with a full day of DJ sets by ...
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Babe Report’s new debut album, Did You Get Better (Exploding in Sound), delivers unfussy pop songs on the back of ...
Chicago's longest-running alternative theater festival spreads out over six neighborhoods; Erin Kilmurray brings back 2022's ...
Melbourne instrumental trio Glass Beams have crafted a distinct sound that blends influences from Indian classical music with ...
Recent setlists show the Damned balancing the goth-heavy Gray years with their ferocious 70s era, as well as sprinkling in ...
Mystery connects all of Damián Antón Ojeda’s projects—so much so that Sadness, where he does plenty of unintelligible screaming, is probably the least recondite.
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Sid Feldman and the Conspirators give Friedrich Dürrenmatt's The Visit a contemporary commedia update in Viva la Mort.
Evanston sister group the Drew-Vels released just three singles on Capitol Records in the 1960s, and every one of them sounds ...
Mechelle Moe (left) and Christopher Alvarenga in Black Sunday at TimeLine Theatre Credit: Liz Lauren With stories of migrants ...