May 7 2013
Seattle's Hey Marseilles formed around the collaboration between singer Matt Bishop and guitarist Nick Ward, back when the two were students at the University of Washington. The band has since grown into the septet that recorded Hey Marseilles' sincere and endearing new album, Lines We Trace.
Enter The Haggis is a Canadian Indie/Folk Rock world-fusion band based in Toronto, Canada. Commonly called ETH, the band has been playing and recording since 1996.
In October 2012, they recorded 12 brand new songs based on one issue of a newspaper. The result is their album, The Modest Revolution, released March 30, 2013.
You won't want to miss this!
About The Coffee House:
An entire day of television programming from the students of Milwaukee Area Technical College's Television and Video Production program. Starting at 7:00am, Channel 36.1 (Time Warner Cable channel 1016) will broadcast programs directed and produced entirely by first and second year students as they finish their spring semester. Programs include documentaries, films, children's shows, and a musical performance by Carrie Rodriguez. Check your local television listings for more information.
May 7 2013
Tuesday's trip on Sound Travels was to Asia for a micro theme; K-pop and J-pop. Why not? Never even came close to playing it on our airwaves before and I was thinking about it a bit and decided to give it a spin. In many ways, this high energy form of Far Eastern pop sounds a bit alien next to the Avett Brothers and Bon Iver songs in our rotation, but the spirit of global music is diversity, so I play all of it...
June 1, at BBC's Upper Level, with special guest, West of Aldine
WHAT: PARTY WITH THE SLED DOGS! OPEN HOUSE/BENEFIT
WHEN: Saturday, June 1 – 3-9 p.m.
WHERE: American Serb Hall, 5101 W. Oklahoma Ave., Milwaukee
ADMISSION: Adult advance ticket $6/$7 at door; Children $3/$4 at door (Order
advance tickets on the website - www.doorcountysleddogs.com )
INFO: Call The Sled Dog Hotline for more info. 414-967-9677
PUTTIN’ ON THE DOG!
Community sled dog team hosts June 1 family-friendly Open House/Benefit
This Saturday, Homestead High School will be hosting Relay for Life, a twelve hour cancer walk to help raise money for the American Cancer Society! This year, we are honoring two very special people to our school; Mr. Tony Navarre, the vasity girls soccer and boys hockey coach, and Erik Piku. Both men were diagnosed with cancer over the past two years, and their strength has been inspiring!
May 7 2013
We welcomed back Kid Millions to the studio for a wonderfully entertaining performance and interview. Sage and Deadbeat added immensily to the live performance (worth all the gear brought in) and rounded out a very thoughtful discussion about making music, among other things.