(WORT) — The downtown Madison music venue The Frequency has announced that it will take a one-year break from booking hip hop shows. Dylan Brogan talked with Tone Madison’s Scott Gordon about the intense debate surrounding the decision.
(WORT) — This past Wednesday, at a surprisingly entertaining Madison Parks Commission meeting, city officials revised the limit up to 95 decibels (as measured at the sound board) and streamlined some other aspects of the proposal. Tone Madison Editor Scott Gordon brings you this report.
(WORT) — Three guests and a number of awesome audience members help Tone Madison’s Scott Gordon look back on the year in Madison music and culture.
(WORT) — Arts-related items are scattered about in different sections of the budget, so it took some scouring and double-checking. Tone Madison’s Scott Gordon walks us through it with Dylan Brogan.
(WORT) — Ahead of Midas Bison’s show on Tuesday, November 17 at the High Noon Saloon, Johnson joined me for a conversation at WORT-FM studios. We caught up about his time in the Southwest, the tricky persona and emotions of Midas Bison, and Johnson’s fascination with themed EPs. Johnson also has an instrumental dance music side project, a sci-fi/fantasy-inspired ukulele project (yep), and some collaborations in the works for the near future. Give our talk a listen below.
(WORT) — Scott Gordon reports on Madison’s newest recording studio, the all-analog Williamson Magnetic Recording Company, opening soon on Willy Street.