Monthly Archives: January 2017

AUDIO: Zach Williams – “Chaos Theory” (Premiere)

Remember when we speculated that DDH was up to something big this year? We apparently were not wrong, as Zach Williams delivers his new album, “Chaos Theory”, which we’re thrilled to premiere. We’ve been familiar with DDH for over five years, and in that time, we’ve seen the collective evolve to their current state, putting out some of their highest

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INTERVIEW: Brett Newski

Brett Newski could be the first singer/songwriter with his own Travel Channel show. He touches down in Milwaukee, however, for a show with KT Tunstall, Chris Porterfield of Field Report, Goran from The Gufs, and Willy Porter tomorrow night. We tracked Brett down to ask him about his travel and Saturday’s show: B&E: You’re sort of an international man of

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AUDIO: Barclay Crenshaw – “Barclay Crenshaw”

The great thing about a Friday is that everything comes out in terms of music, and you never know which way to turn, but you’re almost always going to find something amazing. Today’s case in point is LA producer Barclay Crenshaw’s self-titled album, which matches spacy, expansive production with features from the likes of Aviella, Lady Chann, The Underachievers, The

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Summerfest Announces New American Family Insurance Amphitheater

Summerfest took to Facebook Live on Thursday to announce that American Family Insurance has signed a major partnership with Maier World Festival Inc., which includes a presenting sponsorship of Summerfest, and, in a major move, a brand-new 23,000 person capacity amphitheater,  replacing the Marcus Amphitheater with the American Family Insurance Amphitheater. The brand new venue is estimated to be constructed

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AUDIO: Ian Ewing Featuring Strehlow and Mike Regal – “Alaska Cold”

While the Noh Life crew has made an impressive mark on Milwaukee, they’re poised for even bigger things in 2017, and a recent drop featuring local artist Mike Regal entitled “Alaska Cold” proves that. The track comes in advance of the Alaska Cold tour, as well, which will see Ewing and Strehlow venturing across the West Coast. On “Alaska Cold”,

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Mayhem at Turner Hall: A Review

There’s something special about seeing a band whose song names alone are enough to scare someone. Mayhem, one of the most iconic black metal bands in history, played at Turner Hall on Tuesday, Jan. 24. With songs such as “Deathcrush,” “Chainsaw Gutsfuck” and “Necrolust,” it leaves you wondering,”Am I bad person for listening to this?” Not in the slightest. This

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