As engineer, producer and songwriter, Tommy Held has worked with artists such as Grammy/Platinum Award Winning artist Arrested Development ("3 Years, 5 Month and 3 Days in the Life of..."), The Bo Deans ("Go Slow Down", "Joe Dirt Car"), The Flood ("One Million Miles"), Leonard Salzedo, Present Music, The Kronos Quartet and many others.
Laid-back local acoustic crooner Jake Paul and his band channel acts such as Jack Johnson and Sublime, the kind of beachy campfire jamming that owes more to southern California than southeastern Wisconsin. They are an original band with a unique and distinctive style, which has enabled them to climb the ranks of the local band scene in a matter of months. In less than 1 year they played in an impressive galorie of Milwaukee's premier nite clubs in addition to a few shows in Chicago and Madison. They are currently working on the band's debut album in
Milwaukee's own, Studio Z.
February 15 2011
This Thursday is Dr. Dre's Birthday. Hip Hop fans around the world, have declared an un-official Dr Dre Holiday called Dre Day.
Mathew Haeffel and drummer Dan Budziszewski rock the stage at Fire on Water in downtown Milwaukee (just past the corner of Water St. and Michigan on Water Street) this Friday! The show starts at 9:30pm with no cover and free copies of Mathew's latest album "Rhythm Ethics" available. Be There!
Damon Gough's brainchild Badly Drawn Boy has returned to the scene with an exciting fourth studio album, It's What I'm Thinking Pt.1: Photographing Snowflakes.
February 14 2011
Lots of songs never make it to the radio that are getting lots of attention online. Live tracks, sanctioned and unsanctioned remixes, mash-ups, overlooked gems by unsigned artists.
February 14 2011
This past Saturday on Rhythm Lab Radio, we premiered a special Valentine's Day mix featuring a love-related songs from a variety of genres and artists.
Plenty of musical love to go around this Valentine’s Day for the 5 O’clock Shadow – today’s selection is a Cole Porter classic, “I’ve Got You Under My Skin” as done by Ella Fitzgerald and Frank Sin