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  • Paul Cebar is taking Milwaukee global

    Paul Cebar is taking Milwaukee global
    Paul Cebar has lived in Milwaukee most of his life, but his music has traveled the world: New Orleans, Jamaica, Cuba, Africa. They're all in there, along with dashes of swing, soul, jazz and garage-rock.
  • Dum Dum Girls have another great idea

    Dum Dum Girls have another great idea
    One of the key songs on Dum Dum Girls' third studio album, "Too True" (Sub Pop), would've been sung by someone else if band founder Dee Dee Penny (aka Kristin Gundred) had her way. The track "Are you Okay?" was originally intended for Ronnie Spector,...

    Band runs Russian Circles around cliches

    Band runs Russian Circles around cliches
    Russian Circles works in a relatively esoteric area – an instrumental trio that finds the sweet spot at the intersection of metal, hard rock, progressive and experimental music. Its five albums, culminating with last year's elegiac "Memorial"...

    The Wild Child story: 2 musicians walk into a van ...

    The Wild Child story: 2 musicians walk into a van ...
    Alexander Beggins met his future Wild Child bandmate, Kelsey Wilson, a couple of days before they were supposed to go on tour a few years ago as part of the backing band for a Danish musician, Bjarke Bendsten, otherwise known as Migrant. It wasn't...

    Deafheaven turns pain into gain

    Deafheaven turns pain into gain
    For George Clarke, pain – both psychic and physical -- is part of his job as Deafheaven's singer and lyricist, and he wouldn't have it any other way. His San Francisco band has won acclaim for its 2013 album, "Sunbather" (Deathwish), which toggles...