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.

Tech N9ne roars through Milwaukee yet again

A frequent to one of Milwaukee’s most recognizable venues, Tech N9ne hosted his ‘Independent Grind’ tour for another explosive volume of a seemingly never ending extravaganza. With even more artists signed to his independent label, Strange Music, and personal new album Strangeulation dropping just one day prior, Tech wasn’t short on debuting fresh music.

Harley Davidson 110th anniversary kicks off with Toby Kieth & Dave Grohl

Thousands of bikers weren’t the only think keeping Milwaukee busy over the Labor Day weekend. As the chrome rolled into Brew City so did a talented lineup of country and rocks hottest music starts dotting the music landscape of the past 30+ years celebrating Harley Davidson’s 110th anniversary of making the worlds best motorcycles. The […]

Paradise Valley – John Mayer

John Mayer is back once again. After years of postponed tours and a questionable future, Mayer has shown he deserves to be right where he is. After the surprise John Mayer brought about with Born and Raised there were questions about the direction he was taking his career with the music was just so different. The widespread […]

Summerfest kicks off, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Robert DeLong, Violent Femmes

It’s that time of year again. The beer starts flowing and the food starts cooking. Whenever summer hits, all of Milwaukee knows it’s time for Summerfest. Every year there’s something new at the ‘fest but it’s the same traditions that draw people back year after year.

Rescue & Restore – August Burns Red

It seems like just last year August Burns Red was releasing their highly anticipated new album Leveler, but in reality almost two have passed. Their tasteful metal holiday album Sleddin’ Hill did a good job of filling the void, but fans have been itching for something new out of August Burns Red for a while now. Enter Rescue […]

Atlas – Parkway Drive

Parkway Drive has kept a pretty good track record when it comes to releasing new music. They also have a great history of sticking together with one another and staying a band for more than 1 album. Bands breaking up in the metal core industry is an everyday occurrence and these guys somehow keep it […]

Texas In July – Texas In July

Texas in July’s self-titled follow up to 2011’s One Reality has brought their metal endeavours to new heights. Now, being a huge fan of Texas in July, I had some idea of what was to come with this much yearned fall release, but I was still pleasantly surprised with most of the new music. Their self-titled album hits my ears […]

The 2nd Law – Muse

Muse has been working their way to superstar status starting with their very first release. These guys just know what’s up and know how to put fantastic music into people lives. If you haven’t figured it out already, Muse has this sort of rock-pop-electronica feel to their music. It’s nothing too overboard though; it’s actually […]

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