Tag Archives: Funk

AUDIO: Bokito – “Better At Getting Worse”

If you’re looking to dance your way into the weekend, London band Bokito are here to provide your Friday jams. The band’s latest single, “Better At Getting Worse”, is self-described as “tropical indie”, with a healthy amount of bounce to it, as well as the bite of a blistering indie rock song. This is the band’s debut single, but they’re

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Breaking And Entering’s Five To Watch Presented By JBL Professional: February 2017

As a Milwaukee-based music website, it is our obligation to not only bring Milwaukee to the world, but bring the world to Milwaukee, as well. Five To Watch submissions are handled exclusively through ReverbNation. To submit to become one of our Five To Watch, click here. With every month, it seems like we get hundreds and hundreds of incredible music submissions

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Revisting Citizen King’s “Mobile Estates”

  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 want

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VIDEO: Breaking And Entering Presents An Evening With Zoofunkyou

Our “An Evening With” series welcomed its first out of town act in June, when Chicago’s Zoofunkyou played their first show outside of the Chicago area at The Tonic Tavern. In what seemed like a whirlwind set, the band bounced through tracks from their previous record, as well as their most recent release, “Island #36”. If you weren’t there to

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VIDEO: Breaking And Entering Presents An Evening With Bo Triplex and His Beautiful Band

Way back in June, Bo Triplex and his Beautiful Band graced the stage at The Tonic Tavern as part of our “An Evening With” series. The band headlined a show with Chicago’s Zoofunkyou, and even invited a couple members onstage for a jam to kick things off. They kept the night going with their own blend of funk, and brought

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