Music

Rock’s not dead and the proof was in the sold-out show at Schubas Tavern (3159 N. Southport Ave.) Feb. 28 where The Glorious Sons and Liily delivered an evening of unfiltered, unpolished rock ‘n’ roll. …

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The Beths’ latest album might be titled “Future Me Hates Me,” but the sold-out crowd at Lincoln Hall March 6 had a different opinion. The indie rock band from New Zealand joined Chicago natives Jupiter …

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An eight-year recording hiatus can frustrate fans, but experimental noise-rock band Daughters made sure it was worth the wait. After receiving rave reviews on its latest studio album, “You Won’t Get What You Want,” Daughters …

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In a whirlwind that’s taken him from small town U.S. to Australia, singer-songwriter Noah Kahan is accustomed to the tour life. However, that doesn’t keep him from joking about the surreal nature of receiving a …

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Bands are often shamed for experimenting with their sound and straying from the musical style they’re known for, whether they’re successful in their experimentation or not. After years of producing mostly alternative rock, Weezer has …

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What originally started as a couple friends trying out instruments in a youth music program in London became Ezra Collective — a five-piece jazz ensemble experimenting with hip-hop and afrobeat to create a unique sound.  …

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With banjo solos that resemble Mumford and Sons and multi-part harmonies like Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros with the rootsy sounds found in The Lumineers, The Way Down Wanderers have a refreshing take on …

Arts & Entertainment

Grab some wings and beer, but leave the sports behind because country outlaw band Flying Buffaloes is a hoot. The band will soar into Chicago March 13 at Beat Kitchen (2100 W. Belmont Ave.) joined …