Wish you could feel more depressed? WynterGrey offers an hour of depressing commentary entombed between sets of dark and melancholy music, all with the intent of dampening your day just a smidge. Music includes post-punk, ambient, and alternative tracks from Joy Division, Bauhaus, Clark, Her Name is Calla, and more. Always depressing… never dreary!
WORT 89.9 FM in conjunction with Commonwealth Development and WilMar Neighborhood Center presents the Willy Street Fair Underground Stage on the 800 Block of Williamson Street. Stage lineup: 11:15 DJ set by Cardinal Din (Feed Me Weird Things, Fri 2am) 12:00 Solid Freex (plastic metal) 12:50 DJ set by Bo$$Lady (Universal Soul Explosion, Sat midnite) […]
Milwaukee’s Evacuate the Earth play avant progressive rock, using a variety of instrumentation, including theremin, saxophone, megaphone, and a tight rhythm section. Joining them will be locals Gentle Brontosaurus and True Name: Gentle Brontosaurus has been playing melodious indie-pop since 2014, sounding simultaneously small enough to fit between Belle & Sebastian and The Decemberists on […]
TV Moms (Minneapolis, Minnesota) make grimy, gutter rock sounds. The guitar/drums two-piece throw the riffs on the grill and let it sizzle. ghostar is local post-rock, noise band. The Heavy Parts bring blues riffs with party riffs while Mossmen bring etheral rock jams. 21+, bring ID.
SkyAcre on tour from Austin,TX is a heavy psych/grungy power trio formed by Marcos Delgado in 2012. Expect tube saturated vintage amps and hard hitting drums as a backdrop to their catchy, angsty melodies trudging thru disillusionment. They join their tour mates New York City’s ‘Fashion Week’ and ‘Bandoleer Bacall’ (MKE) ghostar, Madison local post-rock, […]
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 […]