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Ira Glass (band)

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Ira Glass is a post-hardcore band from Chicago. Their name is taken from WBEZ radio host Ira Glass.[1] Their first release, “demo” was published on 22 July 2023, which was described by Chicago Reader music critic Leor Galil as “forthright and moody.”[2] The band also drew attention from Stereogum, which noted their “prevailing aesthetic is ominous, discordant post-hardcore so volatile it can hardly be contained.”[3] Their second release, “demo ii” was released 8 January 2024, to positive critical acclaim.[4] Described as a “new vision of Chicago underground rock,” they have since become the city’s preeminent post-hardcore band. Lead songwriter Lise Ivanova described being jaded with punk, and drawn to the post-hardcore genre because “I was looking for something more extreme or interesting.”


  1. Piasecki Phelan, Elizabeth (28 November 2023). "Artist Interview: Ira Glass". The Alternative. Retrieved 4 April 2023.
  2. Galil, Leor (December 11, 2023). "Three visions of new Chicago underground rock from a band named after an NPR host, another hard-to-google group, and Sunshy". Chicago Reader. Retrieved 4 April 2024.
  3. Deville, Chris (26 July 2023). "Stream The Demo From Chicago Post-Hardcore Band Ira Glass". Stereogum. Retrieved 4 April 2024.
  4. Deville, Chris (9 January 2024). "Stream Ira Glass' New Demo And Check Out Their Stereogum-Inspired T-Shirt". Stereogum. Retrieved 4 April 2024.

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