Category Archive: Contributors

Deafheaven at Turner Hall: A Review

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I read the other day that Deafheaven has faced grief over the vocalist being too attractive. Ok, I kind of get it. George Clarke–save some beauty for the rest of us, please? This… Continue reading

Ben Folds and A Piano – Review

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  February 16th, 2017, the night Ben Folds brought a piano to Milwaukee. Ben Folds, formerly of Ben Folds Five graced The Riverside theater with just himself and a grand piano. If you… Continue reading

Review: “The Blood Album” – AFI

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For a band who’s 26, AFI have had one hell of a career. Starting off hardcore which saw them blowing the roof out of basements to turning into horror punk which started building… Continue reading

Rainbow Kitten Surprise, You Don’t Know, but Now You Know.

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SURPRISE! I don’t know why you haven’t yet, but if you have been left out of the loop, Rainbow Kitten Surprise needs to be on your radar. The quintet hails from Boone, North… Continue reading

Mayhem at Turner Hall: A Review

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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,… Continue reading

Ben Gibbard Captivates Milwaukee Yet Again

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Growing up in a music-loving household, I was introduced and fell in love with the voice and sound of alternative-rock at a young age, particularly Death Cab for Cutie. The soft hurt and… Continue reading

A Look Back At: For Those Who Have Heart

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At this point I’m sure most people know who A Day To Remember are. One of the few bands in their genres to blow up or that one band you used to listen… Continue reading

Playlist: Songs For The Rain

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Go this this site: https://rainymood.com/ Now play on shuffle and I hope you enjoy! Adjust volume if needed.

Review: “I See You” – The xx

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To me, The xx were nothing more than generic indie pop. Sure, they had some good tracks like Intro and Angels but the rest were simply uninspired and boring. That is until I… Continue reading

Review: “Night People” – You Me At Six

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It’s been three years since You Me At Six’s last album, Cavalier Youth, which found huge success but was ultimately their most forgettable album to date. While sounding great all thanks to producer… Continue reading