Earphunk

Earphunk

8/22/2014
9:30 pm

Hailing from the Crescent City, EARPHUNK has emerged as one of the premier jam acts in the Southeast. The quintet has been steadily building a rabid fan base across the United States with their brand of high-energy funk, inspired improvisation, and dynamic stage production.

EARPHUNK has performed in more than 140 cities over the past 12 months, including performances at Wakarusa Music Festival, Bear Creek Music Festival, and The Purple Hatters Ball, and sharing the stage with Galactic, Big Gigantic, Toubab Krewe, Ivan Neville’s Dumpstaphunk, Zoogma, Perpetual Groove, Break Science & Chali 2NA, Big Sam’s Funky Nation, and Rubblebucket.

Ethan Keller Group

Ethan Keller Group

8/23/2014
9:30 pm

“one of Milwaukee’s leading lights of their current music scene… his wide-ranging style that goes from hip-hop to funk-jazz to folk-rock in a blink of an eye..”. — Pico – Something Else Music 

Open Mic Night

Open Mic Night

8/26/2014
9:30 pm

Must be 21 or older. Signup begins around 8:30pm in front of the stage. show us what you got!   

Insidious Flow

Insidious Flow

8/28/2014
9:30 pm

soul serene band

Soul Serene

8/30/2014
9:30 pm

Annalise Emrick

Annalise Emrick

9/03/2014
9:30 pm

 

Gathering material from her life experiences and seemingly infinite travels, Emerick conceived the aptly named Field Notes, her debut, full-length album and subsequent road diary. Recorded with her heart on her sleeve and a collection of autobiographical tunes in her pocket, the album exhibits the raw vocals and heartfelt lyricism that have situated her among fans of Brandi Carlile, Patty Griffin, and Natalie Maines alike. For Field Notes, it’s Emerick’s effortless aptitude to blend pop songwriting sensibilities with pristine Americana overtones that really shines through, highlighting her incredible penchant for spinning tales both uniquely personal and universally recognizable.

Proper Knocks Tour: northwest hip-hop

Proper Knocks Tour: Northwest Hip-Hop

9/05/2014
9:30 pm

The Proper Knocks Tour is a collective effort from a crew of hip hop artists from Portland, OR , to get out across the Northwest and perform in towns around the region. 

Ayo.O

Ayo.O

9/06/2014
9:30 pm

Ayo Dot & The Uppercuts are an electrifying, high energy hiphop soul rock band with Jeff McNamara (Drums), Jordan Haas (Guitar) Chris Wadsworth (Base), Whitney Killian (Back up and Lead Vocals) and Ayo Dot (Lead vocals). Delivering soul wrenching riffs and heavy baselines with catchy choruses, A.D.U.P draws its audience in with an amourous performance every time they hit stage. Their take on some of your favorite songs and originals clearly puts them in a stratosphere far removed from your everyday hiphop band. You'll be hard pressed not to bob your head to the sounds emanating from this ever dynamic crew


two nights with Mark Sexton Band!!

Mark Sexton Band

9/08/2014 - 9/09/2014
9:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Since 2006, The Mark Sexton Band has led the way in further innovating the sound of Soul & Reggae. The depth and body of the groups work stems from their deep understanding of music and the message that it bears. The Mark Sexton Band flexes a significant message in their music: pure emotion and love. This group takes pride in the production of their sound leaving no room for artificial feeling or contrived songwriting. After hearing “Listen Out”, it’s clear The Mark Sexton Band doesn’t think twice when it comes to writing from the heart. Ignoring short-lived musical trends, the sounds from this group move on to see something more meaningful. Three full tours across the entire West Coast spoke volumes about the bands musicianship and dedication to spreading their music and message. The success from their travels let the music speak for itself to all who witnessed their performances. Seeing albums find new homes at every show has pushed this dynamic group to new heights. With the bands potential hardly even tapped, this is truly a group you do not want to lose sight of.

The Stone Foxes

The Stone Foxes

9/10/2014
9:30 pm

It’s not just great song writing, warm guitars, a nut-tight rhythm section, and the occasional blues harp riffs that make The Stone Foxes’ so good; the Bay Area band consisting of brothers Shannon and Spence Koehler, and Aaron Mort have captured something else on their recordings and live shows that makes them huge, and very, very cool. 

 Listeners sense it right away. There’s a genuineness here that’s rare and refreshing, and it’s something that can’t be achieved simply by grabbing a couple of vintage axes and plugging into a stack of tube amps. Because while The Stone Foxes may be influenced by the greats of the late 60s and early 70s like The Band, Bob Dylan, and Led Zeppelin, they never sound like they’re trying to be anything but exactly who they are. But then they don’t need to: their style of blues-rock stands on its own. 

 

Still though, there’s something about their sophomore album “Bears & Bulls” that sets it well apart from other records. And to understand what it is, what makes this record so unique, so good; you need to know how The Stone Foxes approach their music. 

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