Here to Fore, The Naima, Circle-A at 8, SD Release

You can’t go much further underground without calling diggers hotline, than the two ravens together know as the The Naima. A metal band playing to jazz principles can hardly be stopped, or seen. They’ll drop a super limited edition SD release this Sunday at Circle-A. Supposedly there’s some crazy videos and other lo-tech stuff toContinue reading “Here to Fore, The Naima, Circle-A at 8, SD Release”

Best Music Shots 2013, Secret Lover, The Lasso

Burrowing deep in a crease at an uncharted pole of your being, resonating frequencies in rare, often musty air; an entity bearing the mark of Rock music, Secret Lover arrives. They cruise well after the nostalgia that has many clamoring for simple times found in early century blues roots. They dig far beneath concrete foundations,Continue reading “Best Music Shots 2013, Secret Lover, The Lasso”

One last thing 2013, The Skrauss, Subito Statua

Passers-by on the Riverwalk crossing at Wells Street, squint their gaze at the brownish human figure standing at ease, with arms bent at both elbows to let the most famous thumbs in history point to the sky. Everything’s Hey, OK. For statues with notorious local reputations, the Bronze Fonze stands next to only the randomContinue reading “One last thing 2013, The Skrauss, Subito Statua”

How do you get around town? Zipcar Milwaukee is here and growing

Usually the debate about how to get about town in Milwaukee is a decent conversation piece. In the worst cases, it’s the way to find the poles of people’s outlook on life in the city. Wait what’s that? Milwaukee has Zipcar! Now there is even more to talk about, and they’re giving away a ZipcertificateContinue reading “How do you get around town? Zipcar Milwaukee is here and growing”

One last thing 2013, R.I.P The Onion Print Edition and A.V. Club Milwaukee

I used to have this awfully bad attitude like most teens, especially toward popular media, and for some reason it extended to books of literature. I used to rant about how anyone could just start writing, making up any old thoughts and pass them off as facts or novels. Around this time, this newspaper startedContinue reading “One last thing 2013, R.I.P The Onion Print Edition and A.V. Club Milwaukee”