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Tuesday, Aug. 17, 2010

Friday, Aug. 13, 2010

Riverwest has long been one of the city’s most diverse and artistically active neighborhoods, with a thriving music scene that flourishes in part because of the neighborhood’s unique makeup, and partly in spite of it. There are certainly places for bands to play in the relatively small area between Capitol Drive...
Monday, July 6, 2009

Realm Dwellers (Vicious Pop)

Precedents exist for making punk rock out of synthesizers, but recent history hasn't produced many albums worth hearing. Milwaukee synth-punk trio Terrior Bute bucks the trend, though, with a sophomore disc that is worth a listen for its utter spazziness alone. The combination of electronic keyboards and acoustic drums...
Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Milwaukee provides a strong presence at the overstuffed music festival

Although attendance was up at this year's South by Southwest music conference, ticket sales were down...
03.20.2009 | | Posted at 12:00 AM
By Evan Rytlewski
There�s a lot of room for accidents in Terrior Bute�s sound. For the Milwaukee group�s outdoor performance in front of a vegan-friendly greasy spoon in Austin yesterday, their spastic synth-pop was accented by static, feedback and loud, uncontrollable pops from their equipment's questionable electrical connections, as well as the sharp thumps the microphone made whenever their singer slung the microphone over his shoulder to play his keyboard with both hands. The most disconcerting sound of the set, though, was the loud, bassy grunt his synthesizer made when he wiped his blood off of it. Midway through the set, he had developed a pretty nasty nose bleed

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Tuesday, July 8, 2008

Tonight @ Borg Ward

All grinding guitars, discount-Casio beats, disorganized clatter, disembodied blips and nasally call-and-response shouts, Los Angeles’ The Mae Shi revel in their art school obnoxiousness, spinning it against the odds into hooky gold. Rising stars on the Internet, where their clever music videos give them a visual edge...