Music

Indie rock and electronic artist Sven Gamsky — whose stage name is “Still Woozy” — writes music straight from a dream. Fans in Chicago can hear him perform at Schubas Tavern (3159 N. Southport Ave.) …

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Fans clad in “Astroworld” gear milled around the United Center (1901 W. Madison St.) Dec. 6 amid vape and special effects smoke impatiently awaiting Travis Scott’s emergence. The general admission section was packed to the …

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The 1975’s third studio album “A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships” is a near hour-long meditation on a world dominated by technology and its consequences. Released Nov. 30, it’s the band’s most thoughtful album. The …

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A mythical creature known as Icarus once flew too close to the sun and had his wings scorched, despite his father’s warning of complacency and hubris. While this Greek mythology is a tale of tragedy, …

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Rock fans were in for a treat when Hands Like Houses performed at the Bottom Lounge (1375 W. Lake St.) and brought several other bands along for the ride. Hands Like Houses is a band …

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The Music Beat is a column from Jesus Socorro about concerts and his music interests. Eleven years ago, two film students at Chapman University in Orange, California came together to form what started as a …

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An up-and-coming 20-year-old rapper, Jack Harlow, lit up the stage at the Chicago leg of his latest tour, “The Loose Tour,” at Reggies Rock Club (2109 S. State St.) Nov. 11. Originally from Louisville, Kentucky, …

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The Faim’s title track from its debut EP, “Summer is a Curse” could be considered a reflection of the band’s work ethic. The energetic song is an anthem of aspirations with lyrics including “I can’t …