Brandi Carlile. Huntington Bank Pavilion Chicago. Photo by Shannon Guest.
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Photos: Brandi Carlile at Huntington Bank Pavilion Chicago

Brandi Carlile made here way to Chicago on her By the way I forgive you Tour. The concert took place at Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island. Relive the moments through our lens. Photos by Shannon Guest Setlist Hold Out Your HandPlay Video Wherever Is Your HeartPlay Video Hard Way HomePlay Video The StoryPlay Video The EyePlay Video Raise HellPlay Video My Song / Streets Have No Name(U2 cover)Play Video A Case of You(Joni Mitchell cover)Play Video Dusty Trails(Lucius cover) (with Lucius)Play Video Madman Across the Water(Elton John cover)Play Video The MotherPlay Video The JokePlay…

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Siouxsie Sioux
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Samantha Bennett’s ‘Peepshow’ unravels the hidden filmic influence of Siouxise and the Banshees

In 1988, post-punk rockers Siouxsie and the Banshees released their ninth album, Peepshow. Upon release, it was met with widespread acclaim from critics and fans alike and helped to break them in America. 30 years later it’s still their most ambitious, nuanced record to date. It’s also the subject of the latest book in the 33 1/3 series. Instead of delving into making the album, writer Samantha Bennett presents the album in the context of film arguing it represents the movie the band never made. Using numerous film theories from…

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Weekly Music Discovery Playlist
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Music Discovery: Providing Gems of the Week, January 28th

In this fast paced world we live in, it’s hard for a lot of readers to sit down and find the ‘needle in the haystack’ of musicians. Platforms such as SoundCloud, Spotify, Apple Music and Tidal make it more accessible for us to discover music on the go. What I want to do, is share that needle, the gem amongst the thousands of artists continuously posting to the web. Scouring for those artists that I can’t wait to share. Any genre, new or old, these lists will shed a light…

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Twenty One Pilots: Emotional Roadshow Tour at United Center

Twenty One Pilots took 2016 by storm as they topped both the Pop and Alternative radio stations throughout the year. Rolling Stone named them “Biggest New Band” of 2016, and last night, Twenty One Pilots proved to Chicago that their title will carry over to 2017. Accompanied by Judah and The Lion and Jon Bellion, Twenty One Pilots’ Emotional Roadshow Tour was one of the most insane nights Chicago has ever seen. Judah and The Lion, a Folksy Hip Hop group from Nashville, began the show with more energy than anyone could imagine.…

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