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The Blinding Lights is back and this time Harrington is all-in

Published April 4, 2017

Seven years after The Blinding Lights' first disc, an EP called "Sanctify," has followed and we caught up with frontman Jeff Harrington to ask about what's changed over that time that has led him to not only keep the band going, but to quit his day job and devote his energies to music full-time.

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Lovanova's find genre-busting inspiration in the Northwoods

Published Dec. 19, 2012

No matter how you slice it, Milwaukee instrumental rock and roll quartet Lovanova is a Brew City supergroup. The band, led by Hammond B-3 organist Paul Kneevers - who was a member of The Probers, among many others, and is a respected producer and engineer, too - also includes drummer Dave Schoepke, guitarist Sean Williamson and bassist Joey Carini. To record its third CD, "Cabinova," the band headed up north.

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The music that rocked Milwaukee musicians in 2012

Published Dec. 2, 2012

Last year we asked a group of local music scene movers and shakers what ended up in the "Top 25 Most Played" playlist in their iTunes and got some great responses. So we decided to ask more local musicians - industry cats - what rocked their musical worlds in 2012.

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Moloko Shivers takes care of some unfinished business

Published Nov. 21, 2012

Hard rock band Moloko Shivers was active in Milwaukee clubs from 1990 to '97 before splitting up. Getting back together sporadically since 2005, the group returns again with a new CD that includes some new music, but also some unfinished tunes from back in the day.

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Jimmy At The Prom sets the record straight

Published Sept. 10, 2011

For a lot of people, the punk rock attitude lives on in the music that they make even if the music itself isn't constructed in stereotypical punk format. Bassist Matt Turner and guitarist Sean Williamson of Jimmy At The Prom are two guys that clearly haven't lost their attitude when it comes to music, which helps to create a nice sound around the vocals James Dahmann Jr. provides and Dave Schoepke's drum playing.

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