Tag: Critic

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Jim DeRogatis

James “Jim” DeRogatis is an American music critic and co-host of Sound Opinions. DeRogatis has written articles for magazines such as Spin, Guitar World and Modern Drummer, and for fifteen years was the pop music critic for the Chicago Sun-Times.   Navy Pier 848 E Grand Ave. Chicago, IL 60611 (312) 923-9239 Visit Us Online

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Gene Wagendorf III

Gene Wagendorf III is a music critic for Windy City Rock; his about me is as follows: It’s a lot easier to write about other things than it is to write about yourself. Unless you’re talking about writing critically. I mean, I could talk shit about me for hours. For one, I’m a Smashing Pumpkins fan and a White Sox fan. I wonder which I...

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Sarah Rosenfeld

Sarah is a music critic for Windy City Rock. She grew up just outside of Washington, DC and her first memories of influential music come from the riot grrrl scene of the early ’90s. Unsurprisingly, she graduated from Smith College many years later. Moving to Chicago in 2012, she immediately fell in love with the local music scene. She really enjoys when a band covers...

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Hedy Weiss

Hedy Weiss has been Theater and Dance Critic of the Chicago Sun-Times since 1984, reporting on local, national and international productions, as well as a wide range of other subjects including art and architecture, books, travel and international affairs.   River North 350 N. Orleans St. – 10th Floor Chicago, IL 60654 (888) 848-4637 Visit Us Online

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Philip Montoro

Philip Montoro has been an editorial employee of the Reader since 1996 and its music editor since 2004. Pieces he has edited have appeared in Da Capo’s annual Best Music Writing anthologies in 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010, and 2011. Philip has played scrap metal in Lozenge, drummed with the Disasters, the Afflictions, and Brilliant Pebbles, and sung for the White Outs. He has been...

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Leor Galil

I’m the editor of the local music scene column Gossip Wolf and a contributing writer for the Reader. I also freelance for the Reader’s sister publication in DC, The A.V. Club Chicago, and Forbes.com. Before that, I freelanced for places like the Boston Phoenix, Esquire.com, PopMatters, Rock Sound, Thought Catalog, True/Slant, and Wired’s Underwire blog. My preoccupation with flyers eventually led to the (formerly) “super...

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Peter Margasak

I’ve been a staff writer at the Chicago Reader since 1996, which is when I started writing the Post No Bills column. It ran until 2004 and was reborn a few years ago as my Reader blog. I’ve written about all kind of styles and music-related topics over the years, from proto-punkers to rabid record collectors to jazz drummers. My work has also appeared in...

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Lawrence A. Johnson

Lawrence A. Johnson was a regular freelance music critic for the Chicago Tribune in the 1990s; he now serves as a music critic for Chicago Classical Review and is a regular contributor to Gramophone and Opera and has written for The New York Times, the Boston Globe, Opera News and The New Criterion.   Chicago, IL Visit Us Online

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Chicago Classical Review

Chicago Classical Review was created by Lawrence A. Johnson in May 2009 to provide a comprehensive online source to cover the city’s bustling classical music scene. Born in Chicago, Johnson was a regular freelance music critic for the Chicago Tribune in the 1990s. He served as classical music critic of the South Florida Sun Sentinel for six years, later moving to the Miami Herald. In...

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Greg Kot

Greg Kot is an American writer, author, and journalist. Since 1990, Kot has been the music critic at the Chicago Tribune, where he has covered popular music and reported on music-related social, political and business issues. A longtime contributor to Rolling Stone, Kot has written for a dozen national publications, including Details, Blender, Entertainment Weekly, Men’s Journal, Guitar World, Vibe and Request.   Streeterville 435...

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