Hearing Things

Pitchfork has a book coming out. The Pitchfork 500 hits stores Nov. 11.

Pelican's van was robbed in Rome, with thieves getting away with thousands of dollars in equipment. [via]

• Like a musical Voltron, Chicago Noise Machine is made up of nine bands. The result plays Nov. 14 at the Cubby Bear. [via]

J. Ivy is bringing a night of hip hop poetry to Flavor Restaurant in Flossmoor. [via]

HearYa posts a live session with Bloomington's Backyard Tire Fire.

Chicago Classical Music interviews cellist Abe Feder.

Greg Kot picks the best five albums by Bob Dylan and Lou Reed.

Jim DeRogatis rates James Bond theme songs, and gives Oasis fans their say in response to his negative review of the band's latest.

Miles Raymer contemplates sissy bounce.

Decider reports back on Tegan & Sara at the Riv.

Glorious Noise catches Dressy Bessy.

• The TOC Blog has dueling reviews of Ben Folds at the Congress and the Apple Genius Bar.

• Stereogum notes that there's a good number of live versions of Andrew Bird's latest songs floating around.

Lollapalooza will be back August 7-9 next year.

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