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With Dylan's permission, Milwaukee's Trapper Schoepp retooled the songwriter's unrecorded ode to the Dairy State for his upcoming Pat Sansone-produced album. more

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Radio Milwaukee hosted its tenth annual Radio Milwaukee Music Awards ceremony last night, and as usual, the winners were an eclectic bunch. more

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As a music writer I’m used to being spoiled withfree tickets to concerts, festivals and other events that I’d happily shell outmy own money for. No event makes me feel more pampered, though, thatRadio Milwaukee’s annual SoundBites fundraiser, a.. more

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From iconoclastic hip-hop to open-hearted rock ’n’ roll, Milwaukee delivered this year. more

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Milwaukee roots-rocker Trapper Schoepp tells tales of couples “on the road and on the move” on his latest record. more

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Folk-rocker Trapper Schoepp's latest single is a ripping track about a Swedish immigrant who, headed to the American West with his bride via covered wagon, dug a hole into South Dakota and literally lived underground for days to escape winter's bi.. more

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Thomas Michalski pays a visit to the latest Pabst Theater Foundation venue, a small corner stage in the back of a coffee shop. more

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Tyler Friedman: You’vereferred to yourself a number of times as a member of Fluxus. Many artistsreject these labels, classifications, and –isms, feeling that they’reunnecessarily restrictive or just marketing tools. Of course the word ’Fluxus’.. more

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Formed by former Trapper Schoepp and the Shades guitarist Graham Hunt, Milwaukee's Midnight Reruns play a relentlessly agreeable kind of rock 'n' roll heavily indebted to early Replacements—which is to say, they sound a whole lot like a whole lot .. more

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By the time Jon Phillip sloshed off his plane at Mitchell International, he was blackout drunk. more

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Though it’s only been part of WMSE’s busy calendar for four years, the WMSE Backyard BBQ has quickly... more

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<p> Trapper Schoepp and the Shades earned local accolades for last year\'s <em>Run Engine Run</em>, a rustic rock \'n\' roll album anchored by Schoepp\'s autobiographical songwriting and Heartland values, including Album of the Year honors at this.. more

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While they're certainly not the biggest of the bunch, street festivals go a long way toward rounding out Milwaukee's prized image as the “City of Festivals.” But they're not all created equal. There are certainly reliable, ever- more

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In this era of digital downloads, home recording programs and file-sharing options like SoundCloud... more

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Maidens, a Milwaukee foursome that experiments with the varying textural and rhythmic signatures of metal and post-hardcore, will release its latest EP (and its first with its current lineup), Shallows, this Friday at the Cactus Club. "We\'re kind.. more

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Wu-Tang Clan always wanted to take over the world. From the very beginning, the New York rap crew loaded their collective persona with a lot of tribal rhetoric and continually reiterated the idea of building an empire for themselves and not... more

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I'm not much of a fan of Christmas music, but over the last few years I've nonetheless learned to appreciate the form. If nothing else, it's a curiosity: No other holiday has spawned its own genre, with its own motifs, conventions and even its own.. more

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What is truth?It’s the sort of deep, philosophical question that can keep college kids arguing passionately and earnestly far into the night.One thing is clear, however, about the nature of truth in Wisconsin’s current political campaigns: more

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“Milwaukee is a great city, with all these great clubs,” says Trapper Schoepp, “but unfortunately it’s really hard to play out a lot when the frontman of your band can’t even buy a drink at a bar.”It’s a sentime more

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The Kansas City-based three piece came to The Cactus ClubSaturday night to play, as su Tragic Boogie ,Concert Reviews more

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