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10.28.2014 | 89 days ago | Posted at 09:00 AM
By Evan Rytlewski
Interest in Sleater-Kinney's reunion may be higher than even the band anticipated. Last week the Turner Hall Ballroom announced the reunited punk trio would headline the venue on Sunday, Feb. 15. That show sold out in a matter of just hours, so this week the venue announced the show has been moved to the Riverside Theater—a mighty significant jump for a group that played The Globe last time they...
09.29.2014 | 118 days ago | Posted at 11:00 AM
By Evan Rytlewski
One of the joys of living in Milwaukee is that we never go too long without a Wilco show (or, depending on which whim he's following, a show from Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy). Tweedy has spent much of the year supporting his new solo album, Sukierae, but rest assured that the songwriter hasn't forgotten about his long-running alt-country band. Proof: Wilco will return to the Riverside Theater on We...
06.23.2014 | | Posted at 11:00 AM

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By Evan Rytlewski
Over their many years together, Austin indie-rockers Spoon developed a reputation for consistency, releasing a highly acclaimed album every couple of years or so, including four great albums in a row during the ’00s (or five great albums in a row, depending on how you view 2010’s divisive Transference). That’s a streak any band would be envious of, but funny thing about consistency: It’s n...
Tuesday, June 10, 2014
 Just as quickly as the ’90s ushered in a new soul-music renaissance, the ’00s put that renaissance on hold, as some of neo-soul’s brightest talents retreated from the spotlight. Lauryn Hill and D’Angelo spent much of that decade off the grid, sidelined by either personal issues or creative
Wednesday, June 11, 2014

June 10, 2014

For someone who’s usually thought of as a solo artist, Elvis Costello rarely goes it alone. He’s been through at least two official backing bands, the Attractions for much of the 1980s and the I
06.09.2014 | | Posted at 11:28 AM
By Norman Ware
As a general rule, astrophysicists aren't famous, but Neil DeGrasse Tyson is a rare exception. The host of StarTalk Radio and director of the Hayden Planetarium took his profile to new heights this spring by hosting Fox's update of Carl Sagan’s groundbreaking 1980 documentary series "Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey," introducing Sunday night viewers accustomed to watching cutaway-laden cartoons to t...