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AUDIO: Andrew Prichard – “Melody”

Acoustic pop artist Andrew Prichard’s latest single is a sing-along number about longing for someone you’ve been away from for a long time. Prichard sings away until his voice is heard by this person, hoping their voices meet. It’s a song that’s sure to lighten the room up with joyous spirit and friendly touch. We have a feeling Andrew Prichard

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AUDIO: Pax – “I’m A Fucking Role Model”

Acoustic punk duo Pax released their long-awaited record on the New Year, which they had spent three years on. With alternating tempos and minimalist structures, vocalist Andrew Stoiber sings with absurdist attitude about alcohol, cigarettes, feeling dead, and being stuck with someone to name a few things. It’s a record of hungover emotions and existential humor. Look no further if

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Brandon Saxon’s ‘ Star Star Child’ Is A Chill Airy Acoustic Indie Vibe

Playing acoustic guitar in the woods of New Jersey was Brandon Saxon’s  favorite pastime growing up. Since the age of 12 he’s been strumming guitars and visualizing what his album covers would look like. Finally, he’s making that a reality today as he records the songs he has written over the years and designs the artwork for his singles. Everything 

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VIDEO: GGOOLLDD Live at a Nursing Home

Milwaukee synth-pop favorites GGOOLLDD have recently left home to take to touring and writing full time, and they appear to be having quite a bit of fun doing it. The band is currently in Louisiana, original home of frontwoman Margaret Butler, and paid a visit to her grandmother’s senior living center. The band had joked about playing a gig at

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AUDIO: The Wherewithal – “Or Lack Thereof” EP

Milwaukee’s The Wherewithal recently put out their debut EP, “Or Lack Thereof”, and it’s pure pop punk, or at least the softer side of it. Acoustic pop punk emphasizes the songwriting aspect of what is generally a catchy genre, and this is very well written, to say the least. The layering of background vocals and echos are subtle details that

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AUDIO: Ben Wagner – “Homemade Cookies”

You may have seen singer/songwriter Ben Wagner gigging around the Milwaukee area recently. With his unique blend of indie and folk, Wagner is earning a reputation for his songwriting, and that’s evident on tracks like his latest release, “Homemade Cookies”. Much like you would hope from the title, the song gives you all sorts of warm, fuzzy feelings that a

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Jose Gonzalez at Pabst: A Review

Jose Gonzalez preformed at the Pabst Theater on Saturday, March 19, joined by classical sextet yMusic. If the thought of a Saturday night show at the Pabst gives you visions of whiskey cokes, crushed PBR cans and heavy guitar riffs drowned by a screaming crowd, you are deathly (or sweetly) mistaken. Jose Gonzalez put me to sleep on a Saturday

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