We all have challenges and doubters. But Young Detectives reminds us we can overcome with the new single, “In Your Roots.”
Homegrown Arts & Music Festival founder Aaron Williams has found a way to work within health guidelines to bring the annual fest to life again — both in person and streaming around the world.
Rapper femdot., artist Liz Flores and Play Together team up; Cold Waves puts industrial rock fest online; Mike Zito plays BrauerHouse; and more.
EGxBH dives deep into the static and white noise that keep us off balance in the band’s new video, “All in My Head.”
If you were a regular attender of local shows or music fests in The Before
Founded on a healthy dose of angsty breakup vibes and a cheerful loathing of love, Chicago-area punk band TLB is on the verge of releasing its sophomore album, “Blood and Sand,” a fun and electrifying following up to 2018’s self-titled debut.
When Amy Renzulli’s daughter was getting into music, the health-care worker took it as a sign to start pursuing her own dream. Now she’s about to launch a School of Rock in Northbrook, her second in Chicago’s suburbs.
Their plans for a big album release were scrapped, but Woodridge rock band Radar are forging ahead with single release and a new video.
Look, I know. Today we should be slathering on sunscreen, debating our schedule picks and
Public health concerns have limited performance spaces in the area recently, but pop-rock band Capital Soiree found an alternative venue for a recent show.
You might have heard John Benedeck playing one of his favorite hymns at Christian Fellowship Church in Crystal Lake, but now he’s playing his heart out in front of a smaller crowd — a nearly empty Wrigley Field.
The Elgin Symphony Orchestra has canceled previously announced concerts through December due to health and safety concerns tied to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
The Mild West focuses on growth and personal perspectives with new single, “Glow.”
When Chicago stages went dark, Glenview’s Kevin Pollack built new performance opportunities so he could keep on entertaining.
Busy Bodies’ drummer Matt Donnelly brings forth something heavier with his new solo EP, “Then & Now.”
Spring Awakening usually kicks off summer festival season around Chicago, but it’s going virtual this year with a streaming fest this weekend.
You have until 11:59 p.m. tonight to vote for the Fan Favorite winner in the Bitter Jester finals.
Naperville bass-house duo Birthdayy Partyy joins next week’s Rave Family Block Fest, a four-day virtual music festival in the popular video game Minecraft.
Fans of the Jonfin sound — old-school garage rock with a bouncy, modern alternative flair — are in for a treat as the trio showcases their range as artists.
Duff Entertainment presents a weekend of Carpool Concerts drive-up performances in the parking lot at Schaumburg’s Boomers Stadium.