Monthly Archives: June 2016

REVIEW: Fitz And The Tantrums at Summerfest

On Wednesday night, thousands of Milwaukeeans dusted off their dancing shoes for another year of Summerfest, but Fitz and the Tantrums were already in prime form. Headlining the Harley-Davidson Roadhouse, the band hit the stage with their modern take on new wave, indie, and everything in between. With perfect weather, The Big Bang, and plenty of liquid encouragement being consumed,

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INTERVIEW: Weird Al Yankovic

I’ll preface this by saying that I, like millions of others, grew up listening to Weird Al Yankovic’s parodies. I still have VHS tapes of his greatest hits somewhere at my parents’ house, and I once got in trouble for flipping the bird at my neighbors when I didn’t know what it meant, after seeing the “Amish Paradise” video. So

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AUDIO: BKnitts – “Thon Maker (Freestyle)” (Premiere)

So… we started something the other night on Twitter. Story time, everyone: As the Milwaukee Bucks picked Thon Maker with their first round pick in the NBA Draft, we jokingly quipped: *Waits patiently for "Thon Maker (Freestyle)" submissions* #BucksDraft #MILPick — Breaking & Entering (@BreakinNEnterin) June 24, 2016 Little did we know that we put the seed in BKnitts’ head,

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AUDIO: Bartello & Dreboyy – “Power”

Despite what many will tell you, Milwaukee is not in any shortage of creatives. Case in point: Bartello and Dreboyy, two young producers and emcees respectively, and their latest single, “Power”. Complete with a low, thumping bass, and a way too fluent style on the microphone, this is one you can ride to. Dreboyy has over a decade of production

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