Who is Red Sky targeting? Probably not you, but your parents or your boss perhaps, which is OK.
After last year's lack of female performers, Maha is looking to be "practically a Midwestern Lilith Fair" with its lineup this year.
Tim Kasher delves into the duality of I Am Gemini, and Laura Burhenn of The Mynabirds prepares for tonight's women in performance discussion.
The newest release from Cursive is handed a rating of 4.7. Also, the Saddle Creek Shop hosts the second Record Club.
Stephen Malkmus puts on a loose, half-assed, fun show. Also, is The Faint selling out for Kohl's or just trying to stay afloat?
Saddle Creek's Robb Nansel and Laura Burhenn search for a CD in Virginia while Rolling Stone asks whether the compact disc is dead.
Twin Sister's "In Heaven" has disco beats and audio mood lighting that would be right at home at a Loom-tastic dance club.
About 1,700 people attended Lincoln Exposed this past weekend. Also, Darren Keen makes a remix of Whitney Houston's "How Will I Know?"
When was the last time you just sat around and talked about music? Saddle Creek Shop's Record Club offers an opportunity. Plus, Lincoln Exposed begins.
Have a helping of music tonight before the storm keeps you in tomorrow. If the roads are passable, though, try Blue Bird, Ideal Cleaners and "Songs at the Shop."