Gramps the Vamp

If you see Maxx McGathey, bandleader of Gramps the Vamp, walking around Chicago with he

jack white

This Week's Soundtrack features some classics from Miles Davis to Dylan covers while looking forward to upcoming shows from Jack White, Avey Tare and The Breton Sound covering Weezer.

The Black Keys

This Week's Soundtrack gets meta with cuts from films like "Out of Sight" and "Django Unchained," not to mention new music from the Black Keys and Tony Molina as well as an upcoming Outkast tribute.

stephen malkmus

Carnival is underway, and This Week's Soundtrack highlights some of the many Mardi Gras shows happening this week.

neutral milk hotel

This Week's Playlist keeps the energy up as we look forward to upcoming shows from Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings, Hurray for the Riff Raff and Neutral Milk Hotel this week

Photo of Evan Christopher

Clarinet player Evan Christopher has been one of the leading figures in the current

Sisters Jennifer and Jessica Clavin of sunshine-infused punk-pop band B

Photo of Bourbon Street

"Our job tonight it to turn down the heat," announced Scott Aiges, Director of Programs, Marketing & Communications for the New Orleans Jazz an

Patrick Krief of Canadian alternative rock band Krief works in layers.

Poster for Boats & Krief

"Never ever ever change your font size / Never ever become a vengeful ghost," Mat Klachefsky sings on

Between Nashville and New Orleans, there’s a stretch of road that’s all too familiar to Nashville-based gritty Southern rock band

“People are scared to love the Beatles,” says Ross Farbe, vocalist and guitarist of New Orleans dream-pop, rock ‘n’ roll band

Parker Gispert of bluesy rock ‘n’ roll outfit The Whigs admits that the three-pie

Photo of Floating Action

“I’ve been preparing for this other gig I’ve got tonight.

Photo of The Lumineers

"Normally I ask people to put away their phones," The Lumineers' Wesley Schultz told the cro

Small-town Indiana’s Houndmouth makes the kind of music you’d imagine railroad workers h

Photo of Circle Bar chalkboard after the club got its live music permit

Aeschylus wrote, "In war, the first casualty is the truth," and the same holds true for wars on live music.

Photo of Siberia on St. Claude Avenue

To some, the lack of live music at Siberia is evidence of the Mayor's

Photo of the Notary Party at the Circle Bar

It's Saturday night. White Linen Night is going on around the corner, but in the Circle Bar, people are reminiscing.