On Monday, July 29, 2019, Miss Alex White performed in the third annual Soho House Mixtape project. Her song, “Gone Wise” is a true collaboration and execution on vision. Olivia Koivisto from Writing Club wrote the lyrics, Miss Alex White arranged the song and melody, Tony Scott-Green wrote the guitar hook, Mark and Rob locked down the rhythm section, J. Ivy contributed spoken word poetry to the bridge, the Music Club shouted gang vocals, then Sam Fishkin recorded and mixed the track. Veronica Kretzers created an entire bespoke outfit for Miss Alex White, then Robbie Botts shot the video on a 1990s camcorder at the Liar’s Club in Chicago. Listen to it here:
17th Annual CHIRP Record Fair & Other Delights @ Plumbers Hall, 1340 W Washington Blvd, 8:00am – 6:00pm, All ages WHAT: Chirp Record Fair’s 17th year of vinyl love! SO WHAT: Spring is here, so that means the CHIRP Record Fair is here! Join CHIRP at Plumbers Hall to dig over 100 tables full of crates of vinyl records, DVDs, CDs, posters, and more. It’s a music collector’s paradise! This year you’ll get to enjoy live sets from OVEF OW, The Jellies, Baby Money & the Down Payments (solo), DPCD, Charming Hokum (Bob Gerics & Megan Donahue) and other local acts; DJ sets from Van Paugam, Miss Alex White of White Mystery, DJ Chuck Wren, and Joe Shanahan of Metro Chicago; and comedy from Groovebox On The Beat Tho! There will also be plenty of food and drinks to reenergize you between crates! Check out the event page for more info! NOW WHAT: You can get your advance tickets here! $8 for general admission (10:00am) or $25 for early admission (8:00am). Go and shop to your retro desires!
Join Miss Alex White and White Mystery for a Birthday Bonanza at Cole’s in Logan Square on Saturday, May the 4th of 2019, with the Terms and Wülfpac! Special thanks to artist Joe Schorgl, who illustrated this incredible poster. Click here for the invite!
“How do you feel?” said Kinks guitarist Dave Davies as he took the stage Easter Sunday in Chicago. “I said, ‘Do you feel good?’” he asked again, rhetorically, before answering the question himself with the opening line of the 1965 Kinks single “Till the End of the Day.” Click here to read the whole article on Forbes’s website.
Not so fast! There’s no need to vacate the Loop straight after work. For a sixth year, the Chicago Loop Alliance and curators will organize interactive, pop-up art exhibitions in downtown alleys. Click here to read more on Curbed Chicago’s page.
Miss Alex White & Francis Scott Key White are White Mystery from Chicago. The Chicago Tribune photographer Brian Cassella came over to capture the brother and sister at their two flat in Arcadia Terrace on the north side for the Rick Kogan article, “Redhead siblings play it loud and proud.” This picture is an outtake from that article.