Longtime Chicago-based music booking agent Tom Windish has joined forces with Paradigm, one of the biggest talent agencies in North America.
Ryan Kavanaugh is a billionaire no longer: Relativity Media, which made up the bulk of his net worth, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy today, according to a statement released moments ago. The company reportedly couldn't come up with the cash to pay off debts of at least $320 million.
The material on the band's third album might be best experienced in a live setting.
With a feature from Drizzy's alleged ghostwriter, Quentin Miller.
Is the Chicago MC hip-hop's next big thing? He certainly thinks so.
Enigmatic experimental blues artist drops another off of Noctunes.
Plus, watch Mark Kozelek perform on stage with Sonic Youth's Thurston Moore and Steve Shelley.
U2 singer Bono and guitarist the Edge joined Yoko Ono and various dignitaries on Ellis Island on Wednesday for New York City's inaugural John Lennon Day. They were there to unveil artwork dedicated to the late Beatle.
Also starring Tye Sheridan, John C. Reilly, Michael Cera, and Tim Heidecker.
On CD and vinyl for the first time ever, plus three unreleased songs.
Albert Hammond Jr., best known for his steady rhythm guitar work as a member of The Strokes, prepared for his first solo album since 2008's "¿Cómo Te Llama?" in a manner seemingly contradictory to the image of his stylishly rumpled garage band: by philosophizing.
Up-and-coming dream pop outfit shows surprising clarity on its very first release.
Austin's guitar virtuoso returns in September with his sophomore album.
Another preview of the band's second album of the year, V.
Timbaland protégé continues her hot streak.
Sam Smith, Kanye West, the Who and Coldplay top the lineup for the 2015 iHeartRadio Festival in Las Vegas, set for Sept. 18 and 19 at the MGM Grand.
A clever supercut imagines a world in which Brosnan, not Daniel Craig, plays 007.
Few works of legal fiction feel as deliciously droll as Chaitanya Tamhane’s debut.
Dance-punk revivalists return with their sixth LP, and one heck of an album cover.
A next-level Jason Segel as the late David Foster Wallace.