Wednesday, November 10, 2010

A few Chicago music news bites

  • Windy City Rock is joining many of our Chicago music blogging friends and Betta Promotions to take part in an upcoming show well worth putting on your calendar. The show will be at Subterranean on Saturday, December 18 and feature White Mystery, Hollows, Rabble Rabble and Radar Eyes. Click here for more details. You can get tickets starting Saturday, and stay tuned for more details including a video discussing all that is amazing about the Chicago music scene.
  • Over at, Jim DeRogatis shared his thoughts on the “lovably crappy Logan Square punk club” Ronny’s recently being shut down from holding shows. Jim mentions that the push for these “underground” venues being inspected might even be coming from a competing club.
  • Loud Loop Press posted a detailed review of Chicago duo My Gold Mask’s new EP, A Million Miles (From Where We Were Last). The two are back with three fantastic originals plus a killer cover of an ‘80s pop standby. They will release the new tunes as a 12” on Saturday, November 13 at Schubas, which we previewed earlier this week.

1 comment:

  1. We read several blog posts about Ronny's shutting down. The only review that seemed to bash Ronny's was in the Reader, which Jim mentions in his blog anyway. We're just sad to have never been there, as we were planning on checking out a show there soon and lots of people told us it was such a great place to see a live show.