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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 . . .
Saturday, Sept. 20, 2008

Today @ the Mirimar Theatre - Noon to 11:30 p.m.

Milwaukee’s DIY emo/punk record label Snapdragon Records struck gold when they signed rising stars A Farewell Rescue, a Pennsylvania band beginning to make a national name for themselves thanks to their new single “Pretty Cut and Dry,” which has been embraced by MTV2. Fittingly, then A Farewell Rescue will...
Saturday, Jan. 26, 2008

Tonight @ the BBC - 9:00 PM

FM 102.1 morning DJ Brian Kramp adds another entry to his rsum this week: T-shirt designer. He’s teamed up with the custom apparel shop Shag to release a line of shirts called “Drink It Up,” and tonight he introduces the line with a 9 p.m. launch party at the BBC. He’s lined up a trio of propitious local rock bands for the event . . .
Friday, Dec. 21, 2007

The Response Fits the Bill (In a Good Way)

While recently re-watching Rushmore, Steve Kerwin realized with some dismay that a memorable line in the film bears an unintentional resemblance to the title of his band's latest album, With Friends Like You, Who Needs Enemies?

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