The article above features Chicago a lot. As does this. Mariana Timony on Chastity Belt’s wonderful 2015 album Time To Go Home:
Time To Go Home sounds like it was recorded in a rain cloud, the band a quivering blur of jangly brightness ensconced in a silvery mass of reverb and echo. In reality, Time to Go Home was recorded in a deconsecrated church, accounting for the natural thrum of the songs and the quiet-yet-booming quality of Shapiro’s singing. But there is a certain sanctity about Time To Go Home, if not outright brutality, in how the songs honestly recount the emotional aftermath of trying and failing to find meaning in our daily lives; [Julia] Shapiro nonchalantly singing about shame, self-loathing, and self-destruction over music that feels as mutable and incorporeal as weather—something that cannot be grasped, only experienced.