Today for the “Local Lunchbox” segment on the Rockleidoscope Show, Erin played for you: Slow Walker s/t LP by Slow Walker Future Hits by Platinum Boys CATACOMBZ by CATACOMBZ Breaking out the vinyl (all LPs!) today to give you a sneak preview of our all/pro-vinyl spring membership drive programming, coming up… Local Lunchbox is brought… Read more »
Today for the “Local Lunchbox” segment on the Von Munz Vinyl Variety Show, Eric played for you: The Bleed song played was actually “Flat Tire”, but we’re subbing another (no available audio for the other one). PLUS these were also played: “Ride Free” and “Cool Like That” from Platinum Boys and “Little Sassy Francis” from… Read more »
Today for the “Local Lunchbox” segment on Squid Inc., Sid played for you: Greatest Lakes is the first Milwaukee band I fell in love with! ~ Sid Local Lunchbox is brought to you by Outpost Natural Foods. Tune in tomorrow on the Von Munz Vinyl Variety Show for your next tasty treat!
“The Brian Wurch Band started out as ‘The Gigolo’s” playing on Water Street in the 90’s for tips and laughs. Phil the “human jukebox” Baldus aka Pilo B lead the way on lead vocals and Dennis “Daredevil” Dykstra on drums and vocals, Brian on guitar and vocals, Add Tom “Ironman” Plutshack on the bass. “Brian… Read more »
Local/Live this week brought WMSE listeners the sludge-y goodness of Milwaukee quartet, Soup Moat. The band is celebrating a new release — Enjoy Your Hobbies — on Milwaukee’s Triple Eye Industries and has been out and about on the Milwaukee scene, playing shows at Cocoon Room, Borg Ward and more, recently. Thanks to the band for swinging… Read more »
In the belly of the cosmic squirrel-beast there stands a castle. Around the castle flows a moat. Once per week the castle’s occupants party in the heavy jam that fills the moat. In their revelry they sing and they yell. This is Soup Moat. The four members: Scott Emmerich on drums and vocals, Frank Knaebe… Read more »
Local/Live this week brought WMSE listeners tune-age from Milwaukee’s Volcanos. The band rocked it up with their impassioned vocals and heavy riffage, leaning on some pretty sinewy bass lines. Thanks to the band for swinging by and enjoy a track from their session — “Parasite” — below.
About the photo: Freshman year of high school, 1970. Who was the first artist you played as a WMSE DJ ? First Song on Overnight Sensations, April 2, 2009 (six years coming up soon) was Old 97s, “Dressing Room Walls”, from the album Wreck Your Life. I remember nothing after that. Who was the first… Read more »
Volcanos began in the latter half of 2014, when Russell, Chris and Jim (who had been playing together in the Black Sabbath tribute ‘Hand of Doom’) felt the call to create original material together again. Chris and Jim had already worked together in ‘Xolotl’, and had known Russell for years from his work in ‘Irock-Z’,… Read more »
About the photo: I don’t have much in the teenager years; only younger. Who was the first artist you played as a WMSE DJ ? I believe it was DJ Shadow’s Entroducing… Who was the first musician/band you remember interviewing at WMSE? First interview was 2014 with Bahamas.