There are 10 Chicagoans (plus a friendly neighbor from Gary) playing the festival this weekend. Here’s your guide to all of them.
Kweku Collins isn’t restricted by hip-hop orthodoxy.
Your guide to the weekend’s local acts—juuust in case Lauryn Hill doesn’t show
Don’t know every last band on the lineup? Here’s who to see.
Carbondale native Izzy Olive discusses her debut album Gruñona, her upcoming opening slot for the Flaming Lips, and more.
The indie-rock vet creates her self-described ‘nap-rock’ sound on her solo debut Bathing Peach, a quieter and more introspective turn from her work in Santah and Grandkids.
The Chicago pop-punk outfit readies their excellent debut album Somewhat Literate, out May 25, a couple years after the band’s lead singer moved to the city for its music scene.