UK-based psychedelic electropop band Django Django blew the roof off this afternoon’s Free at Noon Concert. Check out a gallery of photos from their set above, and don’t forget – tickets are still available for tonight’s show at Union Transfer. If they have one tenth of the energy tonight that they had today, it’ll be massive (though we kind of imagine they’ll actually have more).
Will the real New Order please stand up. Peter Hook, the bassist from New Order and Joy Division won’t be out on tour with New Order this summer when they play The Mann in July, but Hook and his band … Read More
Local saloon-style rock band Low Cut Connie found themselves at the center of attention in a Chicago bowling alley a few weeks ago after getting a call from President Obama’s media staff. Fans of Low Cut Connie, campaign staffers Mia … Read More
Has it really been 20 years since the hip-hop group Souls of Mischief released their classic 93 ’til Infinity? It sure has. Not familiar? Well, don’t be so quick to run to iTunes for the record. Sadly, you won’t find … Read More
Recent Free at Noon guests Django Django popped into Amoeba Records in Los Angeles recently to film a segment of the store’s “What’s in My Bag?” series. The London-based psych / pop band picked up an eclectic mix of recordings … Read More
English soul singer Alice Russell brought down the house at today’s WXPN Free at Noon concert. Russell and her band are on tour in support of her latest LP To Dust. Check out a gallery of photos from the performance … Read More
Sharply-dressed gospel-funk ensemble The Relatives wrapped up this year’s Non-COMM with a Friday night set of sweet harmonies on the World Cafe Live stage. Hailing from Texas and performing together since 1970, the group just released its first album of … Read More