Gritty, relatable charm weaves itself through Til Morning’s new punk-infused pop-rock cry to hold on, “Okay.”
The explosion of podcasting over the last decade has left few niches in Chicago music uncovered with a number of unique approaches to looking at the scene.
Pop-punk band Fluorescents transitions to a new season of growth with its fresh “Dormancy” video.
Life in “The Bachelor”-verse can seem pretty far removed from the reality that many of
Glen Ellyn’s Ralph Covert felt there was a need for isolated people at home to find community online. “I chose to do it every day because it seemed like having something consistent would be appreciated,” he said.
Elburn-area musician Matt Keen is steering his musical life into new waters with the release of “Restless Days,” his debut solo album out today with a live-stream performance tonight.
Last week, we tried to fill the musical void with some of my favorite movies about music, bands or the music industry. Here are some more suggestions from my friends in the newsroom.
“Train Song,” August Hotel’s new single, is alive with a buoyant, kinetic drive but leans into the bittersweet beauty of imagined (and missed) connections.
Since we can’t go out to see movies or live concerts, it’s a good time to curl up with some fave flicks about music.
The video for “Morning in Chicago,” the lead single from punk band Lights Over Bridgeport’s upcoming full-length album, tells a familiar story in an unconventional way.
Northwest suburban singer-songwriter and music educator Kevin Farris moves ahead to the battle rounds as part of Team Nick on NBC’s “The Voice.”
Bandcamp.com is waiving its revenue share on all music and most merch sales Friday, March 20, until midnight.
As concerts are canceled, some suburban venues are finding ways to keep live performances coming your way
With this week’s release of “Camo Jacket,” punk band Take the Reins (and special guests) puts a fun, fresh spin on the performance video concept
A lot of major concerts have been sidelined for the next month or so amid COVID-19 fears, but take a look ahead at Ravinia’s summer lineup.
Ribfest crowds will be singing along to the “Ex’s and the oh, oh, oh’s” when
The band Fredo Disco, which is stopping in Chicago for a show at Subterranean, is getting comfortable with life on the road. But the path to this point was a challenge for the young Downers Grove musicians.
Fitz and the Tantrums is set to perform July 5 at Ribfest in Romeoville, adding alternative music to the festival lineup.
Snoop Dogg and Poi Dog Pondering will be performing this summer at RiverEdge Park in Aurora.
When St. Charles native Dan Tedesco stops at Hey Nonny in Arlington Heights this weekend,