Exciting return for Glass Animals to Milwaukee

After much touring throughout Europe and many A-market cities in the United States, Glass Animals made a long awaited return to Milwaukee, WI. Bumped from the smaller Pabst Theater to the Riverside Theatre due to pent up demand, the English indietronic powerhouse felt the success before they even set foot in the Brew City.

Bush bring newest, ‘Man on the Run’, through Milwaukee

The timeless London grunge outfit, Bush, a Midwest favorite for their top notch energetic performances, made good on their promise to return for more. Marking another classic performance in the historic Eagles Ballroom, a venue they’ve frequented for a number of years, Bush is holding strong after their reunion in 2010, coming through with a […]

Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes – Thom Yorke

Artists are struggling. The music business isn’t what it used to be and with everyone fighting for piece of the pie, it’s hard to lose sight of the what is really meaningful in the music industry. Active in changing how we consume and pay for music, Radiohead’s Thom Yorke is taking a more creative approach […]

Ghost Stories – Coldplay

Over the last few albums, more than most bands of similar influence, Coldplay has experienced a sort of blooming into their current mature state. While many of us miss the days of Parachutes and A Rush of Blood To the Head, an interesting turning point came around in 2005, Coldplay never being the same since.

Milwaukee make The National feel at home

The Riverside Theater welcomed The National to Milwaukee for a highly praised performances that felt right at home in the Midwest city.

311 welcomed back, Milwaukee

There seemed to be a fair amount of bitterness as this year’s Summerfest lineup was announced. Frequent attendees of the fest were complaining about the noticeably repetitive lineup compared to previous years and also the lack of some acts that other festivals of the caliber were booking. Sure, to an extent there was some overlap, but with bands […]

Timeflies, Umphrey’s McGee, & Empire of the Sun host massive crowds, Summerfest

There isn’t a band or music act that doesn’t enjoy playing at Summerfest – or even Milwaukee for that matter. There’s just something about Wisconsin that they just love. Maybe it’s because of the record turnout numbers, or how nearly anyone in their late teens and early twenties parties as if it’s a commodity and […]

Bloc Party open up for an intimate show at The Pabst

English indie rock group, Bloc Party, finally made their way back to Milwaukee, Wisc. for a lower level Pabst performance. It’s been a long time for the Midwest, and especially Milwaukee, lead vocalist Kele Okereke taking notice.

The Hurry and The Harm – City and Colour

The Hurry and The Harm marks a milestone for Dallas Green and his highly successful “solo” project, City and Colour. Heck, with all the hype and consecutive studio releases they shouldn’t even be considered a project anymore. Although quite the deviation from earlier in his career when he rocked a slightly harder tune with now […]

Shinedown & Bush cause a ruckus in Milwaukee

Shinedown has been making their rounds through the United States. Touring earlier in the year with Three Day’s Grace and POD landed them a full house in Madison, Wisconsin even after the departure of Three Day’s Grace frontman Adam Gontier. British rock powerhouse, Bush, join them for a short stint before the chaos of summer […]

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