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Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2008

Plus: Kramp’s shirts and a mysterious crunk single

Some local bands announce themselves loudly, but pop-rockers Jail have opted for a different approach. The group plays just a smattering of Milwaukee shows every couple of months, then disappears for lengthy periods. “We’re not aggressively booking local shows—we’re more interested in touring,” explains . . .
Monday, Feb. 23, 2009
"I would do it the same," says Vinnie Kircher of the latest recording session by his garage-pop band, Jail. "I guess when you're done, you think you could have experimented more, but at some point you've gone overboard and you've got to let some things go." Kircher's belief of losing the bells and whistles that hundreds of musicians tie themselves to is refreshing. The singer/guitarist isn't shy about his...
10.23.2008 | | Posted at 12:00 AM
By Steve Wahlen
Jail Guitar Doors #2 - In Search Of - Steve Wahlen Steve shares talks about politics, life and his daily thoughts on getting out of the House of Correction. Recorded by Carter Kuehn on August 22, 2008.  ...
Saturday, Aug. 23, 2008

Tonight @ Club Garibaldi - 10 p.m.

Three Milwaukee-area bands offer up their latest 7-inch releases for at a shared 10 p.m. show tonight at Club Garibaldi. Each of the groups takes inspiration from eras past: Midwest Beat plays vintage, '60s power-pop; Elephant Walk mines roughly the same decade but sticks to antique garage rock; and Jail is the
Thursday, Jan. 24, 2008

Tonight @ the Cactus Club - 9:30 PM

Two seasoned local indie-rock bands share a 9:30 p.m. bill at the Cactus Club tonight: Decibully, a collective with a sprawling, folk-rock sound, and Jail, a pop/rock group whose sound recalls the benevolent post-punk of Josef K and The Clean.