Tracy Jane Comer (vocals, keys, guitar) and Alan Maslowski (percussion) perform variety covers from several decades and genres.
Come see Mike Droho live in concert October 16, 2018 from 6:00 P.M. to 8:00 P.M. in the Joe Wankerl Cafeteria on the UW – Platteville Baraboo Sauk County campus. With 7 full-length album releases, and more than 1,000 performances throughout the United States, Mike Droho has amassed a grassroots following that has purchased more […]
A Riot is often characterized as a violent or dangerous situation but can also refer to unrestrained revelry or a brilliant display, as in a “riot of color” or in our case, the 2018 WORT Record Riot on Saturday, October 13 from noon til 4 pm at the Art In, 1444 East Washington Avenue. After […]
Across most of the music Educational Davis has made in his bands and solo projects, it’s easy to get the sense that the Madison-based artist is messing with you, deliberately blurring the line between absurdity and sincerity. In the oddball post-punk/new-wave bands The No And Maybe Game and Baristacide, he often paired deliberately nonsensical lyrics […]
The new beat tape from producer knowsthetime, Summer’s End, uses an old-school, sampling-based approach to hip-hop. But knowsthetime, real name Ian Carroll, has been all over the map. Dividing his time between Madison and Milwaukee, he’s contributed to scores of hip-hop tracks—some of them under his former production moniker *hitmayng—he co-founded the hip-hop and electronic […]
Today’s episode is a music-filled retrospective celebrating the life and legacy of Aretha Franklin. Lilada is joined in the studio by Ali Muldrow, Felicia Clark, and Constance Miles to discuss their favorite songs and memories from the Queen of Soul, along with reflections on Black womanhood, the music industry, and much more. Songs featured: “Respect,” […]