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07.16.2009 | | Posted at 12:00 AM
By Evan Rytlewski
Radio Milwaukee 88.9 will temporarily say goodbye to one of its most familiar voices this month. As those who have regularly listen to the station know, DJ Tarik "The Architect" Moody is being deployed to Baghdad for 10 months in October, where he will serve as a public affairs officer. It will be Moody's first deployment since he joined the army reserves. "I was commissioned as a 2nd lieutenan...
02.06.2009 | | Posted at 12:00 AM
By Evan Rytlewski
I'm one of those guys who coordinates his car trips to the radio schedule. I plan my Saturday errands, for instance, to WMSE's "Saturday Afternoon Boogie Bang," and try to time my evening drives to either FM 102.1's "Indie Soundcheck" or to WMSE shows like "Mad Kids" or "Planet Prog" (Milwaukee's most reliable source for symphonic rock from communist countries). Friday evenings are all about the "...
01.17.2009 | | Posted at 12:00 AM
By Evan Rytlewski
Radio Milwaukee posted yesterday its long-teased, listener-voted list of the top 100 songs of 2008, and save for a handful of oddities and the inevitable exclusions (the station is biased against anything too heavy, hip-hop, punk or otherwise), it's a pretty unimpeachable list. The complete list is posted on the station's Soundboard blog, the top 20 are below: 20. Death Cab For Cutie - �Cath�...
Sunday, Aug. 17, 2008

Today @ the Wherehouse - 1 p.m.

Milwaukee says goodbye to one of the early pioneers of the city’s hip-hop scene, DJ Rock Dee (currently best known for his most recent gig as a Radio Milwaukee 88.9 DJ) with an extravagant all-day concert. Nearly two dozen bands, DJs and MCs—including Element, the Rusty Ps, Fever Marlene, De La Buena, DJ . . .
Wednesday, March 5, 2008

This Week in Milwaukee

As vicious as it may seem to throw a baby-faced band to the tar pits, The Redwalls have likely missed their shot at stardom. Snatched up by Capitol Records early in their career, in 2005 the Illinois group released De Nova, a banal tribute to the ’60s British Invasion that was heavily promoted but indifferently received.

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