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09.16.2014 | 73 days ago | Posted at 03:00 PM
By Evan Rytlewski
Among the most remarkable qualities of the new Death Blues record Ensemble—and there are a lot of them—is that it's a uniquely visual album. That's reflected, of course, in its packaging, which pairs the LP with a hefty, photo-laden hardcover book, but also in the music itself, thanks to the cinematic accompaniments of William Ryan Fritch, a film composer by trade. It's hard to listen to these...
03.21.2014 | | Posted at 04:00 PM
By Evan Rytlewski
Milwaukee’s Kane Place Record Club aren’t exclusively about feel-good kicks. Beneath the agreeable swing of the popular Milwaukee soul-pop band lays just the slightest note of something more sinister, and director John Roberts has a lot of fun playing up the band’s devilish side in his video for their misleadingly titled “Sunshine.” A former Milwaukee Film filmmaker in residence, Roberts...
02.21.2013 | | Posted at 02:00 PM
By Evan Rytlewski
Field Report premiered their first music video online this week. It's a bit of a surprise that it took so long—"release a music video" was seemingly the only box this band hadn't yet checked off of their very full to-do list—but when the final product is as eloquent and moving as director Manny Marquez's treatment for the album standout "I Am Not Waiting Anymore," it's hard to complain about t...
08.17.2009 | | Posted at 12:00 AM
By Evan Rytlewski
The video for Kid Millions' "Victim to the Beat" could easily to edited down into a 30 second commercial for Visit Milwaukee, given how attractively it spotlights the city's landmarks, independent businesses and young, new class of downtown loft dwellers. Coolio never actually fit dozens of people in his trunk, but in Milwaukee, we really do grill and party on rooftops. We've got a very, very good...
06.05.2009 | | Posted at 12:00 AM
By Evan Rytlewski
�My favorite music videos traffic in fantastical depictions of youth, with teenagers rocking their high schools, taking over malls and throwing wild pool parties. Another enduring meme is skateboarding�because, really, what's more youthful than skateboarding?�which is why I can't stop watching the new Dinosaur Jr. video. Like the band's sound, the video for "Over It" is a welcome throwback to the ...

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