Results tagged with 'die kreuzen'
Published Feb. 9, 2017
Four folks with roots in the local music scene banded together to create "Brick Through The Window: An Oral History of Punk Rock, New Wave and Noise in Milwaukee, 1964-1984," an exhaustive tracing of the scene in Milwaukee from its earliest gasps for air.
Published June 3, 2014
What comes around goes around. And nothing proves that more than the recent attention to classic Milwaukee-made rock and roll vinyl.
Published May 21, 2014
Over the course of a year, senior writer Molly Snyder conducted research into the Milwaukee phenomenon that was The Norman - once located at 634 W. Wisconsin Ave. - speaking with firefighters and police, and interviewing numerous residents of the iconic building who shared stories from before the fire, the day of the blaze and how they were affected by it.
Published Jan. 6, 2014
Last year, we asked a group of Milwaukee music scene movers and shakers what moved and shook them in 2012. We enjoyed the answers so much we decided to pitch the same softball to another group of local talent. Here's the music that rocked the musicians who rocked Milwaukee in 2013...
Published Oct. 2, 2013
Brooklyn punks Obits come to Milwaukee on Oct. 6 to play the Cactus Club as part of a lengthy tour in support of the quartet's third Sub Pop Records disc, "Beds & Bugs." We were so smitten that we cornered guitarist Sohrab Habibion and asked him about the record, about the tour and, of course, about baseball.
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