Time and time again, I’ve professed that Johnny Foreigner know more about Midwestern music than most Chicagoans, Badgers or Twin Cities people. It’s stunning, since they’re from England-far flung from Reckless and Electric Fetus land. The quartet is back Stateside, having released their latest Names EP via Chicago’s Swerp Records. Nov. 15th, they hit up Subterranean(…)
Limelight gives an artist the chance to turn the spotlight on other musicians to share new and old favorites inspiring them today.
Limelight returns with force, giving musicians a chance to talk about what they know best, be it other musicians they love or places close to home. Detroit’s Johnny Ill Band is at the bleeding heart of the Motor City punk scene, not only breathing life into that but the city’s own revival. Since you always find(…)
Musicians talking musicians! Mezzic welcomes Brooklyn/Milwaukee’s Pezzettino, a wonderful multi-instrumentalist / accordionist extraordinaire who’s album Lub Dub (review) just went limited edition clear yellow vinyl! Don’t believe us? There’s the picture proof! You can purchase it here. Pezzettino: “Last night I had the good fortune of seeing the Jefferson Friedman’s work and the Chiara Quartet(…)
For the first of a new feature inviting musicians to talk about musicians influencing them or living nearby, we’re stepping back into last year with: Thomas Paul is a Boise, Idaho-based guitarist who most recently performed guitar for Nick Jaina on his Fall 2010 tour (Madison concert photos). A staple in Boise, he has been(…)