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Four bands will present very different spins on the sounds of the ’80s at New Wave Fest. Read more

Local Music

This digital single is the fun one has come to expect from Xposed 4Heads as leader Mark G.E. passes the vocal duties to a pair of women in cheapo space-alien gear calling themselves Star Girls. Read more

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Milwaukee Short Film Festival returns to the historic neighborhood cinema and offers a chance to do what festivals do best—gather together people with common interests for thought-provoking experiences in a convivial setting. Read more

Film

Cyberchump’s After sounds great alongside early recordings by Brian Eno and Robert Fripp, suggesting eeriness, rainy days, foreboding, splinters of memory and fragments of hope. Read more

Album Reviews

Three Milwaukee bands and one New York act team up for a bill celebrating synth-heavy ’80s new wave. Read more

Local Music

Milwaukee’s Xposed 4Heads urge resistance to mindless rhetoric and social pressure on their new album, Urgency Squad. Read more

Local Music

Decades after their prankish beginnings, Xposed 4Heads haven’t lost their sense of humor. Read more

Local Music

Conceptually speaking, many people draw a lot of stark lines when it comes to music, separating genres and marking distinctions between electronic and acoustic Read more

Local Music

 Milwaukee’sMark G.E. has been a musician and a cable TV host, but with “Soul Chamber” heshines under his third hat, filmmaker. A short film in color-tinted black andwhite, “Soul Chamber” is an almost silent movie with intertitl.. Read more

I Hate Hollywood

The '80s were a special time when alternative music was really alternative. A quirky documentary of that often quirky era, They Came From Underground, excerpts band concerts and interviews from a Kansas City cable show called "Joy Farm" produce.. Read more

I Hate Hollywood

In 1970, British playwright Michael Frayn was watching a production of a farce he had written about a dinner party in which two actors played all the roles. He was watching from the wings. Realizing that the comedy was funnier from this per... Read more

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