Here’s where our eyes have been all year.
Exploring the experiments, communities, and imagination behind the Chicago record label.
Prefuse-73 mastermind drops unreleased material featuring John McEntire & Tyondai Braxton.
The Beach Boys, The Horrors, Wild Flag, Alabama Shakes, and more!
A little chaos theory would go a long way for Tortoise.
Featuring unreleased music from of Montreal, Deerhoof, Lou Barlow, and more.
130 bands, 10 venues, and one large outdoor stage = SUCCESS.
Packed with festival dates.
Beck’s Record Club has the Midas touch.
Yes, that Yanni.
Everyone’s favorite cover series continues.
After all, it is their hometown!
Adam Kivel sits down to have a nice chat with the Chicago hero, discussing everything from the band’s latest album to last year’s performance at Pitchfork Music Festival.
This thing is insane!
Tracking Tortoise‘s ironically ramshackle history from jazzy post-rock forebears to Chicago music scene godfathers is often difficult to follow. Past and present members of the group have been involved in countless other acts, including (but definitely not limited to) …
Chicago’s own jazz n’ funky jambase group Tortoise has arranged for an extremely busy summer this year. Over the last few months, they’ve been dutifully working on their latest opus, Beacons of Ancestorship– their first record in over …
Since the release of its latest studio album, It’s All Around You, in 2004, Tortoise has been splitting its time between box sets (2006′s A Lazarus Taxon), hanging with Will Oldham (2006′s The Brave and the Bold), …