Monthly Archives: December 2012

Weekly Show Picks

Tonight, December 5th Avid BookstoreKillick Hendershot’sLittle Country GiantsRusty Belle Melting PointThe Warm FuzziesWhat Made Milwaukee Famous 40 WattNew Sound of NumbersJacob MorrisHelen Scott Thursday, December 6th 40 Watt New West Records/Normaltown Records X-Mas Party Grandfather Child The Mastersons Kalen Nash Lily Hiatt & The Dropped Ponies Caledonia Lounge Cottonmouth k i d s Shana Falana […]

Weekly Show Picks

Tonight, December 5th Avid BookstoreKillick Hendershot’sLittle Country GiantsRusty Belle Melting PointThe Warm FuzziesWhat Made Milwaukee Famous 40 WattNew Sound of NumbersJacob MorrisHelen Scott Thursday, December 6th 40 Watt New West Records/Normaltown Records X-Mas Party Grandfather Child The Mastersons Kalen Nash Lily Hiatt & The Dropped Ponies Caledonia Lounge Cottonmouth k i d s Shana Falana […]

CD Review: Ken Will Morton

By: Molly Berg Few musicians are able to have successful solo careers. Even fewer are able to release six albums on their own. Singer/songwriter Ken Will Morton has done just that and is working on his 7th album, “Slow Burn”, set to release in January 2013.Morton’s music resembles many other popular folk acts who perform […]

CD Review: Ken Will Morton

By: Molly Berg Few musicians are able to have successful solo careers. Even fewer are able to release six albums on their own. Singer/songwriter Ken Will Morton has done just that and is working on his 7th album, “Slow Burn”, set to release in January 2013.Morton’s music resembles many other popular folk acts who perform […]

CD Review: Koko Beware

By Emily Bunn The first thought that came to mind during my first listen to Koko Beware’s album Something About the Summer was surf rock. While the heavy reverb and head-bopping inducing beats hint at the once popular genre, the dissonant, rough vocals are more reminiscent of punk rock. The overall under-produced quality of the […]

CD Review: Koko Beware

By Emily Bunn The first thought that came to mind during my first listen to Koko Beware’s album Something About the Summer was surf rock. While the heavy reverb and head-bopping inducing beats hint at the once popular genre, the dissonant, rough vocals are more reminiscent of punk rock. The overall under-produced quality of the […]