Monthly Archives: September 2014

Joey Bada$$ – “Get Paid”

In the process of finishing up an album, and having just begun a world tour, Joey Bada$$ released the new track “Get Paid” a few days ago. The track was a thank you to fans that have eagerly been awaiting the new album to drop. With that same classic hip hop sound that we’ve come to known Mr. Bada$$ for,

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Kendrick Lamar – “I”

If you weren’t on the internet yesterday, you might have missed Kendrick’s new…. ah, who am I kidding. Everyone was talking about “I”, the new single from K Dot.  It’s not the usual sound, but it’s still new Kendrick. And new Kendrick is always a good thing. He also told Rolling Stone that his album may not be out before

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AUDIO: Empires – “Honeyblood”

Chicago alt-rockers Empires have been through a whirlwind couple of years it seems. The band released two albums, nearly went bankrupt in the progress, and now have seen some great success in the leadup to their next album, “Orphan”. The band recently played the Late Show with David Letterman, and “Orphan” will be released on Island Records on September 23rd.

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Milwaukee Artist of the Week – 9/12/14 – P-Rock

Are you a Milwaukee musician/band? You can submit your music to be the Milwaukee Artist of the Week by emailing links to info@BreakingAndEntering.net. We’ll check out every submission we get! This week’s Milwaukee Artist of the Week is P-Rock, an emcee with a lot to say. His latest mixtape, “The Fly Intellectual” is a showcase of both of his sides,

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Glass Animals at Turner Hall: A Review

In light of its debut album “Zaba”, Glass Animals did Wisconsin the honors of playing at Turner Hall in Milwaukee on Sept. 8. The four strapping, young British talents took the stage following Rome Fortune, a blossoming rapper from Atlanta who donned blue facial hair and dished punching, introspective lyrics. People love to categorize emerging artists, perhaps rightfully so. You

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