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By Allen Halas and Catherine Barchus If you’re a frequent reader of this website, this post may not be for you. It is, however, for someone you know, and I’d encourage you to share it with them. Over the weekend, I managed to see a total of 20 acts, including bands from Iowa and Green Bay, as well as Milwaukee,Read more
Over the weekend, I may or may not have made a guest appearance on Wisconsin’s drunkest talk show, Yogie B & Keez’s Power Hour. We talked about Milwaukee music and much, much more, and the guys really know how to have fun whilst inebriated. You can also catch a performance of their song “Chug” during the episode. If you wantRead more
There are few albums I would ever consider to be required listening for anyone getting a history lesson on Milwaukee music; in fact, there are probably only a handful that from front to back, make an impression on me as completely depicting the music landscape in the city at the time they were released. However, if you really wantRead more
The good people over at Marquette Radio have teamed up with 88Nine RadioMilwaukee and ourselves for their Battle of the Bands, to be held on Thursday, February 23rd. This year, however, the prizes are stacked. Not only do you get coverage on this website, but the winning band will also receive a performance on 88Nine’s 414 Live, a slot onRead more
Hey everyone, Over the last several years, Breaking And Entering has grown and transformed in numerous ways, with 2016 being our biggest growth year to date. More importantly, I am incredibly proud of what Milwaukee’s music scene is doing, and I hope that we can help continue that growth and showcase it on a much bigger level in the comingRead more
The 9th annual RadioMilwaukee Music Awards are upon us, and we can’t wait to see some Milwaukee musicians get their well deserved shine tonight. In addition to the awards being handed out, the show will also feature performances from Ian Ewing, NO/NO, Soul Low, Milo, GGOOLLDD, and D’Amato. Tickets are still available, but a very limited quantity are left. Here’sRead more