Events

Looking down Clark Street Sept. 22, it didn’t look much different than any other day — cars zoomed by, rain drizzled down and people huddled under umbrellas to stay dry. But every so often, a …

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 …

Arts & Entertainment

When it comes to his music, Yoshi Flower isn’t concerned with defining it. He just wants to keep making it and “not die” in the process. “I’m not one to describe life or art or …

Music

An evacuation, torrential downpour and hour and a half wait couldn’t keep fans away from day two of Pitchfork Music Festival Saturday July 20. After a little bit of chaos and a lot of rain, …

Music

Bringing together the dark synth pop typical of The Neighbourhood and elements of hip hop, Jesse Rutherford, known simply as Jesse, took over a sold-out Subterranean (2011 W. North Ave.) May 3. Hearts <3 and …

Music

On a college budget, saving up the money to get away is an arduous task. But these fests boast the lineups, art hubs and invigorating locations to prove they might just be worth it. Governors …

Music

Psychedelic rock powerhouse Cage the Elephant’s fifth studio album, “Social Cues,” released April 19, further established its place in the alternative rock scene. The Kentucky natives stick to their roots with another album of thought-provoking …

Music

Forget Christmas, Record Store Day, which was April 13 this year, is the best day of the year for many music lovers and vinyl collectors around the world, myself included. Ever since two of my …