articles tagged "Music"

Marathon Mark Mallman Rides Again

Tuesday, 1 October 2013 | buzz
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Two years ago, Mark Mallman performed one song that lasted 78 hours. Last year he produced a song that lasted seven days. He even created music while he was asleep, using brain waves to create electronic song. What’s he got up his sleeve this year? On September 30, 2013, Mark joined Brian Standing by phone to tell us more. more »

Madhatters: Acapella Maestros

Tuesday, 1 October 2013 | buzz
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The University of Wisconsin MadHatters, based out of Madison, Wisconsin, are the premier men’s a cappella group of the UW campus. Since their founding in 1997, they’ve developed a worldwide following. Will Diepholz and Luke Hrovat-Staedter joined Brian Standing on September 30, 2013. With beat-boxing! more »

Hannah Luree Live in the WORT Studios

Tuesday, 24 September 2013 | buzz
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Singer-songwriter and Cable, Wisconsin native Hannah Luree came with her guitar on Monday, September 23 to join Brian Standing in the WORT Studios. She and Brian chatted about getting folk gigs in punk clubs, the status of the Madison folk scene and Hannah’s future plans. Hannah also played two of her compositions, “Darlin’” and “Bounce,” live, for WORT listeners. You can find more recordings of Hannah’s music on her Soundcloud site. more »

WORT DJs spin live on Willy St. Sunday

Friday, 20 September 2013 | Sybil Augustine
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Our Underground Stage on Sept. 22 also features several WORT radio hosts spinning music before, between and after the bands. Kicking it off at 11:30 am is Cardinal Din, host of “Feed Me Weird Things” late night Saturdays, until Oedipus Tex takes the stage at noon. He’ll be followed by The Real Jaguar of Friday afternoon’s “Who Cooks For You?” bringing you music before a set by Cowboy Winter; then “Global Revolutions” will commence as Monday morning world fusion host Martin Alvarado selects the beats leading up to the ska-punk of 4 Aspiring Morning. After 4AM kicks it into high gear, DJ El Serpentine’s “Rattlesnake Shake” as heard here some Friday evenings follows, leading into Dick the Bruiser. Between DTB …. more »

Monday, September 23rd — David Bicknase’s Music for the Chakras

Thursday, 19 September 2013 | Access Hour

Local pianist and composer David Bicknase presents keyboard music of his own composition and reads descriptive meditiations that he’s put together to help us focus on the appropriate chakras and gain some relaxation and insight into this life. more »

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