Music, Reviews

Review: Panchiko at House of Blues; Over 20 Years in the Making

Imagine, if you will, that you’re a teacher in your early to mid 30s in the small British town of Sherwood, Nottingham. While not particularly luxurious or grandly remarkable, your […]

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Review: Epik High Gets Sleepless in Chicago

It’s been a minute since Epik High, one of Korea’s most acclaimed hip-hop groups, has toured the U.S. With it being their first North American tour in nearly five years, […]

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Review: Minus the Bear Says Farewell to Chicago

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“It’s amazing how short 17 years is,” Minus the Bear singer Jake Snider told the soldout crowd at the House of Blues on Wednesday. Indeed, despite a career spanning six […]

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Fresh Start to Your Week: 2/12 – 2/14

Oh boy it’s looking like a hectic start of the week! Hopefully you didn’t have much trouble digging yourself out of the weekend’s snowstorm because there is simply too much […]

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Your Chicago Curated NYE Weekend: 12/28 – 12/31

This is it folks, all your hard work has hopefully paid off and the year is finally done. So let’s celebrate with the final curated weekend of the year! Spend […]

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Fresh Start to Your Week: 11/27 – 11/29

I’m sure that most people’s Thanksgiving weekend was filled with family gatherings, online and in store shopping sprees, and plenty of good cheer! Let’s keep the great feeling of the […]

Julian Ramirez /
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Kasabian and Slaves Storm Through Chicago’s House of Blues

Although Riot Fest is over for another year, Chicago shows are still making your eardrums bleed. UK rock groups Kasabian and Slaves put on one hell of a show Tuesday […]

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Phantogram Deliver Another Amazing Show in Chicago

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The first day of Lollapalooza had a lot of snags; Liam Gallagher walked off stage after 15 minutes, both Lorde and Muse had to cancel their sets due to weather, […]

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Interviews, Music, Previews, Venues

Caravan Palace Returns: Preparing to Dance Again with Hugues Payen

During its sound check in Kansas City, I could faintly hear Caravan Palace play what sounded like “Rock it For Me” as I asked Violinist Hugues Payen what the message […]

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Your Chicago Curated Weekend: 5/25 – 5/28

It feels like I’ve been writing about rainy days and Twin Peaks for weeks now. Don’t let the upcoming wet days discourage you from enjoying this pre-Memorial Day weekend. Go […]

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Your Chicago Curated Weekend: 4/27 – 4/30

It’s the final weekend in April, and it looks like those April showers are going right into May. So let’s not let this weekend be bogged down by the rain. […]

Julian Ramirez /
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Christine and the Queens at the Vic Theatre: Héloïse Letissier Boasts Her Inner Man

A Tuesday night at the Vic Theatre, not quite packed, but close enough, and Christine and the Queens is beginning its conquest of the United States with this Chicago stop, and with […]

Elif Geris /