Tag Archives: self titled

AUDIO: Wisconsin – “Wisconsin”

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 EP

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AUDIO: Neocaveman – “Neocaveman”

After building a name for themselves through several shows and appearances, Neocaveman have put together their self-titled debut EP. Complete with progressive guitar licks and soothing vocals, this is five tracks that you’ll keep on repeat. You can definitely hear some influences from both the indie rock and prog rock worlds, and that comes seeping out of every song. There’s some

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AUDIO: Everyone Dies In Utah – “Chronophobia”

A good band name is hard to come by these days, and Temple, TX hardcore group  Everyone Dies In Utah has nailed it with theirs. The band recently signed with InVogue Records, and has announced that their self-titled album will be released through the label in spring 2016. The first single dropped on New Year’s Day, however, and “Chronophobia” is

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Milwaukee Artist of the Week – 5/9/14 – Estates

Are you a Milwaukee musician/band? You can submit your music to be the Milwaukee Artist of the Week by emailing links to info@BreakingAndEntering.net. We’ll check out every submission we get! This week’s Milwaukee Artist of the Week is Estates, an indie trio that goes from 0 to 60 in a chord change. Their latest release, a self titled cassette, mixes

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Milwaukee Artist of the Week – 2/28/14 – Kane Place Record Club

Are you a Milwaukee musician/band? You can submit your music to be the Milwaukee Artist of the Week by emailing links to info@BreakingAndEntering.net. We’ll check out every submission we get! This week’s Milwaukee Artist of the Week is Kane Place Record Club, an indie sextet that is clearly a standout in the city’s music scene. With the addition of a

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