Music

“I hope all is well,” Tyler, The Creator said to his rowdy audience at the Credit Union 1 Arena (525 S. Racine Ave.) Sept. 4. Of course they were well — they were in the …

Unscripted

Kicking off season two of Unscripted are managing editor Emily Rosca and arts film critic Lucas Naber with a review of satirical horror film “Ready or Not.” Directed by collective Radio Silence (comprised of directors …

Music

Heaven only knew Bob Moses and Phantogram’s show at The Riviera Theatre (4746 N. Racine Ave.) Aug. 24 would be as electric as it was.  Taking the stage promptly at 8 p.m., Canadian electronic duo …

News

Beaches along Chicago’s shoreline — predominantly on the city’s Far North Side — are beginning to drown from rising lake levels.  Seven years ago, Lake Michigan’s water levels were the lowest on record at 576.02 …

Music

For nearly 30 years, Lollapalooza has been the definitive music festival of the Midwest, bringing artists from all over the world into the heart of the United States for four days, with 2019 being no …

Music

University friends Max Vehuni and Benji Cormack lived in opposite parts of California when they wrote and debuted their first album as slenderbodies, their up-and-coming, indie-pop project.  Reminiscent of Glass Animals and alt-J, slenderbodies draws …

Arts & Entertainment

For his 30th birthday, Joe Depace — one half of the Canadian DJ duo Loud Luxury — celebrated in a way few are ever able to: performing at Chicago’s Lollapalooza for the first time.  The …

Music

Day four of Lollapalooza had it all: pop queens, Grammy winners, DJs and of course, bands, bands, bands. The thick layer of music, smoke and excitement that had caked the venue all weekend was stronger …