They Write, We Link: February 7, 2014


We don’t know everything, so every Friday we’ll scan Milwaukee media sources to find out what our town’s writers and bloggers are writing about.

Tyler Maas points us to a WebsterX video, plus recaps his Top 10 Picks for January 2014.

The Jazz Estate is no longer on the market. Molly Snyder tells us which Milwaukee musician will take the reins.

Evan Rytlewski with a feature on Milwaukee rapper Jae Ace, the rare rapper who can’t be easily pigeonholed.

Bonnie No How’s cabin fever has been made more bearable by digging into Alisa Rodriguez’s noise project, Apollo Vermouth.

Matt Wild has been writing a weekly Rock Roundup for TCD, but in this piece he supplies a much-needed survival guide for safely experiencing this weekend’s Burnheart’s Mitten Fest.

Influenced is the new series written by Milwaukee musician/writer Sahan Jayasuriya, where he talks to Milwaukee musicians about the artists that shaped and inspired them. First up is Martin Defatte (Stock Options, Volunteer, MKE Punk) talking about Fugazi.

Piet Levy continues his week-long reveal of 10 Wisconsin Bands to Watch with a piece on Direct Hit!, but also found time to check out Shorewood School of Rock.

Which Beatles song would you most want to hear from a Beatles tribute band? Bobby Tanzilo lists his selections.

And finally, the Stradivarius has been found and the bandits are behind bars. Ashley Luthern with the details.