Apr 1, 2014
Plus: For Practically Everyone Records revs up for spring, and Secret Colours drop the second half of a new album.
By J.R. Nelson and Leor Galil
Gossip Wolf, Lollapalooza, Pitchfork, Riot Fest, Get Up Kids, Hum, La Dispute, Mudhoney, Tokyo Police Club, Balance & Composure, Andrew W.K., Weezer, Maynard James Keenan, Tool, Public Image Ltd, Pelican, Owls, Braid, Matt Pakulski, Fat Day, For Practically Everyone, Intergalactic Beings, Nicole Mitchell, Jeff Parker, Joshua Abrams, David Boykin, Record Store Day, Adebukola Bodunrin, Zigtebra, Miami Dolphins, Qwanqwa, Secret Colours, Positive Distractions Part II, Mister Suit, Get It Right
Aug 29, 2013
Between now and Sunday, your live-music options include Ty Segall, Mudhoney, the Rempis Percussion Quartet, the Chicago Jazz Festival, the North Coast Music Festival, and the African Festival of the Arts.
By Tosten Burks
Do This, Music, Soundboard, live music, concert listings, Chicago Jazz Festival, North Coast Music Festival, African Festival of the Arts, Ty Segall, Mudhoney, Rempis Percussion Quartet, Chris Knight
Jun 10, 2013
Our latest round of staff picks for the
Reader's Interactive Jukebox (jukebox.chicagoreader.com)
By Tosten Burks
Jukebox, Music, Jukebox Update, Spotify, the Fresh & Onlys, Broadcast, Mikal Cronin, Steve Goodman, Steam, Richard Thompson, Black 47, the Dream Syndicate, Firehose, Vybz Kartel, Arrington De Dionyso's Malaikat Dan Singa, Oblivians, Dirtbombs, the Dogmatics, Howard Tate, Koko Taylor, Willie Dixon, Mudhoney, Harry Nilsson, Sparks, Blu, the Hush Sound
May 13, 2013
Today's 12 O'Clock Track is "Chardonnay," from the new Mudhoney album,
Apr 1, 2013
Reader writers range all over the musical map, from Milk Music's revivalist take on early-90s "alternative" to Jace Clayton's irreverent tribute to minimalist composer Julius Eastman.
By Peter Margasak, Miles Raymer, Kevin Warwick, Leor Galil, Monica Kendrick, Tal Rosenberg, Philip Montoro, and Luca Cimarusti
Record Roundup, Wire, Pink Flag, Sheriffs of Nothingness, Sofa, Kari Ronnekleiv, Ole-Henrik Moe, viola, Sax G, Cloud Nice, Seattle rap, Seattle hip-hop, Planningtorock, Human Level, Janine Rostrom, Pink & Brown, Castle Face, noise punk, John Dwyer, Thee Oh Sees, Mudhoney, Sub Pop, Milk Music, Aosoth, Agonia, black metal, Fat Possum, Ora Cogan, Hairy Spider Legs, Spires That in the Sunset Rise, drone, alt-folk, Maddy Prior, Steeleye Span, Jace Clayton, New Amsterdam, DJ/Rupture, Julius Eastman, SUNY Buffalo, David Friend, Emily Manzo, Dinosaur Jr., Ensemble Pearl, Drag City, Sunn O))), Stephen O'Malley, Michio Kurihara, Ghost, Boris, Atsuo, William Herzog, guitar, drums, bass, Jesse Sykes & the Sweet Hereafter, Pedrito Martinez, Calle 54, Sony Masterworks, conguero, Camaron de la Isla, flamenco, rumba, Niño Josele, jazz piano, Bill Evans, Latin jazz, salsa, son, Lapalux, Brainfeeder, Stuart Howard, post-hip-hop, Flying Lotus, beat, G-funk, Roger Troutman, Pharcyde, Arabian Prince, DJ Koze, Pampa, Stefan Kozalla, microhouse, Kompakt, Battles, Hildegard Knef, Caribou, Julia Kent, Leaf Label, Rasputina, cello, Anthony & the Johnsons, Boris Hegenbart, Boris Hegenbart and 19 Artists, Monotype, sound art, Jan Thoben, Stephan Mathieu, Lee "Scratch" Perry, David Grubbs, banjo, Fred Frith, Martin Brandlmayer, Radian, Michael Vorfeld, Oren Ambarchi, Felix Kubin, Bernhard Günther, Boris Hauf, Ulrich Krieger
Nov 5, 2012
Geronimo!'s "Into the Sun," from the new
Feb 13, 2009
How did I forget about Bardo Pond?
By Miles Raymer
Music, Crickets, Blogs, Garage Rock, psych, Mudhoney, free downloads, The Internet, Bardo Pond, Hawkwind, Nobunny, Raven, Raven Sings the Blues
May 29, 2008
Mudhoney, turning 20 this year, celebrates with a classic reissue, a surprisingly good new record, and a tour that kicks off in Chicago on Friday.