The Big Disk, Record Store Day

You may have heard that it’s Record Store Day tomorrow, WMSE has been pumping it so I’m all for it. You may have also heard that vinyl is pretty cliche now, even though hip-hoppers have been going to the crates for decades. Since you are back in your place recognizing who-did-what-when-first, I can go on,Continue reading “The Big Disk, Record Store Day”

Radiant, Jazz Estate, Sidewalk Chalk

Expecting the same old dusky jams you can count on at the Jazz Estate, I stepped to that night more for the dim ambiance than the music. Though the music is always a bigĀ  plus. I get the per usuals and the main act is preparing to go on. Then this trumpet leans on theContinue reading “Radiant, Jazz Estate, Sidewalk Chalk”

Jaems Murphy, Etherium Ensemble, Circle A Cafe

Quickly becoming a transcendent figure in the Milwaukee music scene, Jaems Murphy’s latest project, Etherium Ensemble, claws at a certain sonic purity that will draw him notoriety that is likely unsought. Adhering thoughtful progressive rock to ambient jazz, soul and neo-soul sub genres, Etherium Ensemble took the floor for an November performance at Circle AContinue reading “Jaems Murphy, Etherium Ensemble, Circle A Cafe”

The Field is on Our Side, Antony and The Tramps, BBC

Suns out at least for a day, so lets pretend it will be tomorrow as well. While one hundred thousand people will be down at Henry Meier Festival Grounds, the rest of Milwaukee will carry on the per usuals. BBC has Antony and the Tramps to simmer the musical stew tomorrow night. They got ambientContinue reading “The Field is on Our Side, Antony and The Tramps, BBC”

Going the Length, Madden Miles, #HeroMusic

With so many artists having musical aspirations blooming everywhere at every moment, there just isn’t enough time to give everyone their due. North Coast kid Madden Miles, just keeps lining up raw and unsung projects. He does what needs to be done, in this era of mega pop like me simpleton tunes, the projects justContinue reading “Going the Length, Madden Miles, #HeroMusic”