Johannes Wallmann’s latest album, Love Wins, draws on a couple of pivotal moments in the jazz pianist’s personal, political, and creative life. Wallmann and his husband Keith Borden were among the people who sued the state of Wisconsin to overturn the state’s ban on same-sex marriage. That lawsuit of course succeeded, with a federal court ruling […]
Over the past four years Daniel Kaplan has become Madison’s multi-genre producer for rising acts such as Trapo, Emily Massey (of Slow Pulp) and CRASHprez among others. As a graduate of UW-Madison’s First Wave Program, he’s now making music under the moniker Sonthingnew. His debut EP is Emotional Robots and will be released in April. […]
This week on the Tone Madison podcast, we’re doing something a little bit different. Last year, I interviewed Alejandra Perez and Mike Pellino of a Madison band called Miyha. At the time, Alejandra suggested that to me that she should interview me. I don’t like attracting attention to myself, because the whole Tone Madison thing is […]
The Breeders are finally back with the release of their latest album, All Nerve – the title perhaps suggesting it all. Following the trend of band reunions, All Nerve is the band’s 5th studio album and their first new release in 10 years! Donors to WORT’s cutting edge rock programs can get tickets to their only Wisconsin […]
The United States Air Force Band of Mid-America Presents Shades of Blue Jazz Ensemble At the Edgerton Performing Arts Center Saturday, February 10, 2018 at 6:30 PM Free to the Public The Shades of Blue Jazz Ensemble repertoire ranges from traditional big band jazz, to bebop and swing, to modern jazz. Whether performing for a […]
Madison garage punkers Fire Heads stopped down to play a few songs on Who Cooks For You this week. Enjoy this encore performance!