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.
Some of us have taken the coronavirus quarantine as a time to do some metaphorical
Indie rock is the name of the game for Chicago’s young Busy Bodies. But with
The good news is My Chemical Romance still plans to headline Riot Fest. But the bad news is it’ll be in 2021.
Guitar lessons didn’t exactly click with Alex Bracy when he was first starting out, but his new single shows exactly why it’s good he stuck with it.
Brothers Devin and Patrick Parker join our livestreaming concert/interview event Thursday night
Lollapalooza, Taste and the Air and Water Show are among Chicago’s biggest summer events canceled in response to the COVID-19 pandemic
Jake Stopar is a master of new and varied experiences, which shows with today’s release of his new solo single
The guys in ZORILA have been focusing on reconnecting during quarantine. See them tonight on Instagram Live.
During the last two months, Jon Wilson has worn out a cushion on his couch working on his new solo project, Save the Rhinos
August Hotel’s new four-song “Stations” EP is a real step forward for the band
The lack of live musical performances has taken its toll on artists, but dive-bar soul singer Phillip-Michael Scales is making the best of these weird times.
Joyful. addresses changed relationships and final moments in its second single release
How are festival staples like American English, Semple and Boy Band Review handling COVID-19 restrictions and summer fest cancellations?
Chicago’s independent music venues are at risk of closing due to the COVID-19 pandemic. So
Matt and Kristen Murray bring the alternative pop of Elmhurst’s Like Language to tonight’s concert/interview on Instagram Live