Tag Archives: Hideout

New Ruby Boots video: Don’t Talk About It

Video: Ruby Boots – “Don’t Talk About It” From Don’t Talk About It, out February 9 on Bloodshot. “Don’t Talk About It” starts off as an easy, breezy country song about leaving things unsaid (“these constant reminders don’t do nobody no good”) but eventually builds up a wall of sound (complete with orchestra chimes!) that … Continue reading New Ruby Boots video: Don’t Talk About It

GLONO Video – Grand Champeen

Grand ChampeenBeing labeled a “great bar band” is a critic’s way of praising a band and marginalizing them at the same time. Grand Champeen hasn’t exactly reinvented the wheel with Dial T For This, but they’ve definitely added a few new spokes. Check out the footage from their recent performance at The Hideout in Chicago for the proof!

Glorious Noise Video with Chris Mills

Chris MillsIn this exclusive GLONO video feature, we caught orchestral popster Chris Mills at the Hideout in Chicago. There are two songs on the clip, including an as yet unreleased beauty.

Taro Sound: Then, Now, Forever!

Support our troops! Send them hotdogs.Quasar Wut-Wut celebrates the release of their new album with a sold-out performance that would have made Bob Hope proud. Complete with rousing speeches, U.S.O. opening band, and exotic fan dancer!

Rude Awakening: Glenn Kotche and Guest

Glenn Kotche and Guest at Chicago’s Hideout Inn As a kid, I never had much appreciation for abstract art. It seemed like just a lot of lines and splotches of color on canvass, or twisted metal and broken glass trying to be passed off as “sculpture.” It wasn’t until I was in 10th grade and … Continue reading Rude Awakening: Glenn Kotche and Guest

Leroy Bach, Edward Burch and John Stirrat at the Hideout

Where Everybody Knows Your Name Leroy Bach, Edward Burch and John Stirrat at the Hideout. March 5, 2001 Everyone has that bar that just fits. Maybe it’s only for the summer or your junior year in college, but it is exactly where you want to be on any given night. The Hideout in Chicago is … Continue reading Leroy Bach, Edward Burch and John Stirrat at the Hideout