Chicago Tribune

The Go! Team used Detroit as the spot for its sonic hijinks

For some reason, Ian Parton's parents had been out of town during the week, some 15 years ago. "Maybe they were on holiday," he recalls. "I had the whole place."

Their absence was fortuitous. Parton recorded the first album by his band, the Go! Team, in his family's Swansea, Wales, kitchen, and engineered it mostly in his garage. He was also fortunate that his older brother, Gareth, happened to be an experienced studio professional. "I think I used the kitchen for the drums and the

Citiți o mostră, înregistrați-vă pentru a citi în continuare.

Mai multe de la Chicago Tribune

Chicago Tribune1 min citite
McDonald's And Ford Writing A New Punchline: Coffee So Strong … You Can Build Car Parts Out Of It
CHICAGO - McDonald's coffee bean remnants are getting a second purpose in life in the form of car parts. Researchers from Ford, the Dearborn, Michigan-based automaker, are using McDonald's coffee chaff - the waste left over after the roasting process
Chicago Tribune10 min cititePolitics
Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar Is Quietly Gaining Momentum In The Race For President As Rivals Drop Out
CLARION, Iowa - With the smell of manure hanging outside in the cold air, Amy Klobuchar walked into Timbukbru, a bar so remote that its slogan reads, "Welcome to the other middle of nowhere." After greeting the 20 local Democrats waiting inside, the
Chicago Tribune2 min citite
United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz Is Stepping Down
CHICAGO - United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz, who worked to restore the Chicago-based airline's image during a rocky period that included a 2017 incident in which a passenger was dragged off a flight, is stepping down and will be replaced by the second-