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Wednesday, March 14, 2012
The founding fathers of Dads—Matt Chic, Tab Man and Jim Zajackowski—are active members of a specific scene composed of local punk bands. These bands play a circuit of basement shows and bars and are more devoted to parties, pizza...
Concert Reviews
Wednesday, Dec. 7, 2011
The crowd waiting for last Wednesday's show to start at the Miramar presented an odd juxtaposition. A circle of kids, dressed in leather and fishnets and spiky things, some leading each other by dog chains, was playfully batting a dozen or so pu...
Local Music
Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2011
Before they formed Resist Her Transistor, Mandy Montanye and Stephanie Schreiber decided to step away from the band they had formed with two other women, The Riveters, to pursue a new interest: roller derby. Montanye had signed on with the Brew City Bruisers league on the...
Local Music
Wednesday, July 27, 2011
The group has gotten a favorable reception at a wide range of venues, ranging from a punk-rock club in Chicago (where they were billed as “heavy cello rock from Milwaukee”) to the Jazz Estate, where they perform frequently...
Local Music
Tuesday, June 14, 2011
Kurt Spielmann and Mike Tietjen are former members of The Maze, and it was at a practice for that band in 2009 that a seed formed for what would eventually be their new band, Flojo. The two were trying to bang out a rendition of Neil Young's...
Local Music
Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Read into those quote marks however you will

The trouble with trying to talk to Crappy Dracula is that the information they present is almost never on the level. They prefer a swirling, surreal comedy routine with the interviewer set up as the straight man...
Local Music
Monday, Feb. 28, 2011
"We're rolling. Whenever you're ready," says sound engineer Nicholas Elert, sitting at the control panels at Howl Street Recordings, a recording studio in Bay View. The timing counter on the studio's computer screen begins to quickly tick away, and a wide lineup of green bars measuring sound starts to jump up...
Concert Reviews
Monday, Jan. 24, 2011

Jan. 20, 2011

Club Anything has long filled a niche for Milwaukee, providing a venue that caters to fans of industrial music and all things goth. Despite it being a freezing Thursday night, the club’s “KINK! Masquerade” still managed to draw a fair sized and devoted crowd last week. They sported black lace, corsets, black eyeliner, lip piercings, top hats, fishnets...

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