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Lit: Ace Atkins

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 8, 2013
The late, impressively prolific crime novelist Robert B. Parker’s best-known literary creation was Spenser, a wise-ass Boston detective with a soft spot for Jazz, doughnuts, beer and dogs. Determine  

Music: Colin Stetson

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 8, 2013
The music Stetson is playing on his current solo tour largely features songs from New History Warfare Vol. 3: To See More Light, the just-released final entry in a trilogy of loosely connected albums   

Music: Lucero with Langhorne Slim and The Law

0 Comments · Thursday, May 2, 2013
Lucero frontman Ben Nichols seems destined to be a Rock & Roll lifer, a guy who revels in playing 200 shows a year for a relatively small but passionate fan base. The Memphis-bred band Nichols lea  

Lucero

May 2 • Southgate House Revival

0 Comments · Tuesday, April 30, 2013
Lucero frontman Ben Nichols seems destined to be a Rock & Roll lifer, a guy who revels in playing 200 shows a year for a relatively small but passionate fan base.
  

Music: Disappears

0 Comments · Thursday, April 25, 2013
Billed as primer for the Chicago quartet Disappears’ fourth full-length, to be released later this year, the freshly minted three-song EP Kone is a hypnotic dose of psyched-out Post Punk, an ominous  

Music: Billy Bragg

0 Comments · Thursday, April 25, 2013
Billy Bragg has been proffering his brand of topical Folk Rock for more than 30 years now. Is it then cruel injustice or poetic fate that he’ll likely be forever best known in the U.S. as the Britis  

Disappears

April 27 • MOTR Pub

0 Comments · Tuesday, April 23, 2013
Billed as primer for the Chicago quartet Disappears’ fourth full-length, to be released later this year, the freshly minted three-song EP Kone is a hypnotic dose of psyched-out Post Punk, an ominous soundtrack to a world that seems as dangerous and disturbing as ever.    

Billy Bragg

April 30 • Southgate House Revival

0 Comments · Tuesday, April 23, 2013
Billy Bragg has been proffering his brand of topical Folk Rock for more than 30 years now. Curiously, Bragg’s first album in five years, Tooth & Nail, is a wistful, less politically inclined affair anchored by the tasteful production work of Joe Henry.   

In Full Bloom

Atmospheric Indie Pop duo Beach House continues to grow creatively and commercially

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 17, 2013
Beach House’s gauzy head-trips are marked by the hypnotic voice of frontlady Victoria Legrand. Within the band’s recorded output — which is now at four increasingly ear-pleasing albums after the release of 2012’s Bloom, its second for SubPop — Legrand comes off as an otherworldly figure, an ethereal being who emits dreamy, mood-altering songs rife with ambiguous lyrics and enough atmosphere to fill a Terrence Malick triple-bill.
  

Lit: Brian Kimberling

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 17, 2013
Brian Kimberling’s deftly rendered debut novel Snapper is set in his native Indiana, also known as the Hoosier state. Or, as our western neighbor is described early in the book, “Indiana is rural,