Rusty P’s push the plot of local hip-hop

The tale of Milwaukee hip-hop is a largely unappreciated work. It’s one that’s often overshadowed by more voluminous renderings regarding the subject of similarly sized Midwestern markets. After a great deal of...

Misery Signals unleash Malice on The Rave

Playing an album front-to-back on that record's round-numeral anniversary year isn't exactly a new concept. In a music landscape cluttered with more bands than ever vying for your limited live music dollar, the...

Eric & Magill cover Maritime, Braid

If the great original material tangential Milwaukee indie-pop project Eric & Magill churn out at an amazing clip—especially given the well-reported fact that the duo is split between Brooklyn and remote Ken...

Tracklist: 9 excessive drink garnishes

// Lately, your Facebook feed has undoubtedly been cluttered with eulogies for Robin Williams, reactions to the abuse of power in Missouri, and videos of people courageously dousing their head with cold wat...

Galactic Cannibal goes out screaming

There’s something special about two ingredients that have no business even being in the same neighborhood of one another combining to result in something great. Remember that month in 2008 when self-respecting ...

TIME streams Field Report’s “Home”

If there's one record Milwaukee is holding its collective breath and stomping its feet in eager anticipation of hearing, it's Marigolden, the 10-track follow-up to Field Report's stunning self-titled 2012 debut...

My all-Milwaukee Mile Of Music

As I’m prone to sliding into posts from time-to-time, I grew up in the Fox Cities. For almost 20 years of my life, I had an Appleton mailing address. It’s a great place, but there always seemed to be a lack of ...

Ring in the New Year with Jim Gaffigan again

By now, modern comic force Jim Gaffigan's December 31 show at Pabst Theater has become as much of the Milwaukee New Year's tradition as champagne toasts, staying out at bars until 6 a.m., waiting three hours fo...