Results tagged with 'wmse'
Published March 17, 2016
The Sounds Of Time expertly create retro-laden hip-hop gems, filled with a bit of disco, soul and lots of references to everyday life in their hometown of Milwaukee. WMSE's Local/Live talked to the duo about how they came together and the songs that influenced them.
Published March 3, 2016
Many musicians claim being in a band is like having another job. Milwaukee's (relatively new) rock trio WORK, the first band profiled in this new WMSE blog series about Milwaukee band influences, spell this out literally in their name.
Published Feb. 3, 2016
MSOE cranks out a steady crop of the world's best engineers, including many in the motorcycle industry both here and around the world. In the local music scene, MSOE has its own radio station that rides a steady road with the city's motorcycle community.
Published Oct. 15, 2015
If you happen to be flipping through radio channels tonight, you may hear something pretty unexpected in between all of the usual pop suspects: a harpsichord. No, it's not the product of some new Ã¼ber-hipster band. The harpsichord is actually just one part of a small orchestra performing "The Ethiopian Ball," a new 70-minute radio "comic opera" created by father-son team Eric and Roger Beaumont and premiering on WMSE tonight at 6 p.m.
Published June 14, 2015
Anyone who's worked with the Ulsbergers has positive things to say about the two who seem to have mastered the delicate balance between DIY punk ethos and professionalism.
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