On Tuesday night, Erika M. Anderson, aka EMA, performed her first of a string of sets opening for Spoon on the red-hot Austin band’s They Want My Soul tour at the Chicago Theatre. The rundown on paper: Both projects …
Singer-songwriter calls it a “lost generation take on 9/11.”
A high-energy performance of “Neuromancer”.
Singer-songwriter hits the open road this September.
They’ll share the stage with Arcade Fire, Hamilton Leithauser, and EMA during the extensive trek.
A bonus track off The Future’s Void.
Chicago’s International Movies and Music Festival carves out a future for itself.
Spoon, HAIM, tUnE-yArDs, Future Islands, Phantogram, and more.
Caitlin White shakes off her nerves at the offices of Matador Records.
Even if there’s no future, EMA finds beauty in the now.
EMA returns with her “metaphysical” sophomore LP.
Some sweet dreams — and some wild ones, too.