Technical Difficulties: Help Jerry Bryant Save JBTV
America’s longest-running music television show is facing eviction

The ripple effect of COVID-19 has hit just about every corner of the music industry, and music television is no different. Chicago’s own JBTV—the longest running music television show in the country—is among those suffering the consequences of a nation without touring. Amidst the closing of JBTV’s studio, JBTV host Jerry Bryant has continued to interview


Riot Fest At The Movies: Coming to a Drive-In This September
We’re screening Clerks, Kill Bill Vol. 1, The Lost Boys and A Clockwork Orange

Introducing Riot Fest At The Movies! Join us at the Chicago Drive-In on September 11 & 12 for a double feature each night with snacks, fireworks and exclusive merch. The reviews are already in: we give it “two thumbs down... way down!” Tickets are on sale now, starting at $29.98 per car. BUY RIOT FEST AT


Premiere: Pool Holograph’s “Medieval Heart” Unlocks Something Transformative
The Chicago quartet’s refreshing third album is out October 2

Chicago-based art rock quartet Pool Holograph have clearly been hard at work reinventing themselves. They’re set to release their third album, Love Touched Time and Time Began to Sweat, on October 2—and the first single, “Medieval Heart,” is evidence of lot of methodical tinkering. We’re stoked to premiere the track for you here today. Listen


Dinosaur Jr. Announce Socially Distanced Outdoor Concerts
Two shows are planned for September 11 & 12

Live music is still unfortunately scarce as the ongoing pandemic continues. Some have figured ways to carefully gather it outdoors, like one music festival in the UK. Others… well, not so much. Thankfully, Dinosaur Jr. are among the sharper tools in the shed. The band has announced two socially distanced outdoor concerts in September—one on September