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Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Change The Channel (Unreal Records)

On the Milwaukee power pop band’s second in a series of three-track CD singles, they find engaging ways to kvetch about lack of romance with the objects of their affections. The title tune takes to task a paramour partial to ridiculous
Sunday, Dec. 23, 2012

Halley (Unreal Records)

 Milwaukee’s Saltshakers celebrate their tenth anniversary in ’90s retro-style with a three-track CD EP. The band has compared itself to Oasis, but may remind listeners of The Undertones, the under-appreciated Irish punks diverse
Saturday, April 18, 2009

Tonight @ The BBC Bar and Grill, 9 p.m.

Milwaukee’s Saltshakers have spent over a half decade refining a sound that is decidedly power-pop. With a focus on catchy hooks the band takes a lo-fi approach, playing up their pop sensibilities for an accessible sound. If you haven’t seen them for a while, though, you may be in for a surprise tonight: Line-up changes have left frontman Chad Curtis the band’s last original member, and though the band remains unapologetically poppy, they’ve been toying...

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