The new Milwaukee band’s debut EP is a diamond in the rough.
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What the band lacked in crowd size completely made up for in heart-pounding rock n’ roll.Read more
40 years of music, plus one big ol’ singalong of “Africa” highlighted the band’s night at the BMO Harris Pavilion.Read more
Breaking And Entering’s “An Evening With” concert series is returning from October-April, and we’re thrilled to welcome The Bang Bang back to the stage with Fox Face at The Tonic Tavern! Cover is only $5, and there will also be a special on Rolling Rock, as well as craft cocktails from Great Northern Distilling. Come early and be noisy, becauseRead more
Statistically speaking, most bands named after geography have generally been complete garbage. However, in the case of Kenosha native Joey Lucente’s project, “Wisconsin”, he bucks the trend by putting together some well-developed indie pop, with a feel as mellow as driving through rural some town with a name you can’t pronounce in the earliest days of summer. Wisconsin’s self-titled EPRead more
Barcelona punks The Penny Cocks recently put out their second LP, “Fake Gold and Broken Teeth” on Spanish label BCore Disc, and it’s a release that is definitely worth your attention. With an overdose of energy, the album calls upon everything from punk to 50’s pop, to straight up rock and roll, and is a relentless stream of punk rockRead more
No matter where you go in the world, you can likely find some great minimalist indie pop if you look hard enough. A great example of that sound is Berlin’s Gurr, and their recently released video for the single “Walnuts”. Gurr is the project of friends Andrea Casablanca and Laura Lee, and that friendship is on display as the duoRead more