Sans a lackluster track, Panda Riot’s ‘Extra Cosmic’ delivers dense washes of opaque guitars crowned by the beautiful, diaphanous voice of Rebecca Scott.
Nothing More made their way to Chicago’s historic Riviera Theatre on June 3rd with superb support from Atreyu and Eva Under Fire. Photography by Ann Storlie.
Brooklyn indie-rockers Sunflower Bean stopped in Chicago for a bodacious Friday night at The Bottom Lounge with opener Jackie Hayes.
Dorothy’s “Gifts from The Holy Ghost Tour” (w/ Joyous Wolf, Classless Act) brought So-Cal rock to Chicago’s House of Blues on Saturday night, and what a night it was!
With “Weather the Storm,” Grey Fields delivers a captivating, hypnotic, and haunting audio-visual experience.
Fans of folk, indie-folk and/or alt-country should be keen to check out Chicago-based artist Justin Sconza and his recent single “How’d You Get There from Here.”
grandson’s “Death Of A Tour” (w/ Royal & the Serpent and Nova Twins) made one of its last stops with a sold-out show at Chicago’s Bottom Lounge.
British artist Yungblud brought his “Life On Mars” tour to the Byline Bank Aragon Ballroom in Chicago, IL on February 27th, along with Palaye Royale and poutyface.
Los Angeles band The Marías brought their “CINEMA” tour to Chicago, IL on February 25th at The Vic Theatre with supporting acts Evann McIntosh and Ogi.
On December 7, She & Him transformed the historic Chicago Theatre into a winter wonderland. Setting the scene were Christmas Trees, LED snowflake backdrops, and small mountains of snow.
MisterWives returned to Chicago on December 3rd for an incredible sold-out show at Thalia Hall; bringing along artist Frances Forever on their first-ever tour.
At the House of Blues Chicago on December 1st, Provo, Utah rock band The Aces brought their “Under My Influence” tour and created a safe space for the queer community. Support included The Beaches and Sawyer and coverage was captured by Ann Storlie.
Badflower was accompanied by Teenage Wrist and Dead Poet Society on October 2nd at The Bottom Lounge in Chicago, IL; the first sold-out show of their “This Is How The World Ends” tour.
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