The Milwaukee band premieres a new single ahead of their upcoming EP release.
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Finnish band Lake Jons originated in a garage outside of Helsinki, but have a sound full of worldwide appeal on their new single, “Even If”. The track is a crunchy, stylish indie jam that could find its way into radio rotation seamlessly. The band has developed a buzz in their home country, and are gearing up to play a hometownRead more
When it comes don’t to it, you can’t hate on the brutal truth. Los Angeles by-way-of New Jersey artist Kozie takes that approach on his new single, “Life’s A Bitch”, and it works for him completely. The single comes from Kozie’s upcoming album, and the track has an almost-anthemic quality to it. In addition to the single and the album,Read more
One of the staples of Milwaukee’s ever-increasing street festival calendar is Brady Street Festival, which this year will be taking place on July 29th. This year’s festival features a host of local names, from a variety of genres, alternating performance spots with other attractions (did someone say cheese curd eating contest?!). Check out the full lineup below: East: Great LakesRead more
Australian indie rockers Husky released a live video for their latest single, “Splinters In The Fire” yesterday, and it’s the kind of relaxed, mid-tempo indie that you could listen to in just about any situation. The video and single comes from their upcoming album, “Punchbuzz”, which is out on June 2nd via Embassy of Music. The video, taken from aRead more
Today we have not one, but two interviews for you, from a pair of bands playing Fire on Water this Wednesday night; Folk Family Revival and Watching For Foxes. The bands are currently in the midst of their “Pines and Pavement” tour until the end of the month, swinging through a total of 19 cities in 22 nights. We talkedRead more
With a flurry of distorted drums and buzzing guitars, Wavves is back with their new album, “You’re Welcome”. The follow up to 2015’s “V” is every bit as catchy as the album that preceded it, blending pop melodies over punk rock energy and aggression. The format isn’t anything new, in fact, it’s reminiscent of how The Ramones won fans overRead more