Tag Archives: Blues

REVIEW: The Marcus King Band at Turner Hall

A guitar prodigy, a 5 piece backup band, and a 2-hour full-on rock show. That’s The Marcus King Band summed up in one sentence. I feel as if I’m still coming down from how incredible this show was live. The blues-rock meets country western band played for a rather packed Turner Hall audience this past Sunday and what they lack

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VIDEO: Stealth – “Blame”

If you’re a fan of brooding, dark, blues-inspired indie, we might have just found the video that you’ll be playing on repeat for quite some time. UK artist Stealth’s “Blame” combines the raw emotion of a souring relationship with a gripping, exciting instrumental bed. The vulnerability in Stealth’s voice not only draws you in, but it keeps you gripped for

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AUDIO: MUSTAS – “Volume One – Barn Sessions”

Look, while we can champion Milwaukee for its up and coming trendy neighborhoods and modern downtown developments, we can’t ignore the fact that Milwaukee is still situated in Wisconsin. This blend of urban and rural, however, can lead to some interesting environments to create music within. Case in point: MUSTAS’ latest, “Volume One – Barn Sessions”. While it may not

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Kaleo – Concert Review

Last night, Icelandic rock group Kaleo made their sequel appearance to a sold-out Turner Hall in a glorious way. Kaleo shatters everything you think you know about Icelandic music by ditching all the weird shit that made Bjork famous and in exchange giving us good old American style rock/blues. It’s clear who this band draws their influences from by creating their

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VIDEO: An Evening With The Bang Bang

The April installment of our “An Evening With…” series featured some phenomenal talent, as both The Bang Bang and Faux Fiction took the stage. The headliners delivered a set that gripped the whole room at The Tonic Tavern, and now you can check out the full set below. The band brought tracks from their most recent release, including single “Funny

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