ReviewedApr 6th, 2010 by DJ Hostettler
The thrill of seeing the country-punks live and up close is upstaged by a mind-blowing celebrity cameo.
ReviewedApr 2nd, 2010 by Erin Wolf
Thursday night’s show with Jaill / the Strange Boys / Sugar Stems was celebratory in more ways than one.
StripwaxApr 2nd, 2010 by FanBeltMilwaukee
Fan-Belt is thrilled to have Jeff Moody's nationally-syndicated Stripwax, along with a more direct review of the album he dissects every week. Hooray!
RecapMar 31st, 2010 by Jeb Ebben
Two aggressive, noisy bands assault the Circle A on Monday, March 29, and Jeb Ebben is there!
Cultural ZeroMar 3rd, 2010 by DJ Hostettler
A new Oakland-based compilation album featuring two Milwaukee bands seeks to spoil the coming-out party for Karl Rove's new autobiography.
Trapper Schoepp & The ShadesFeb 21st, 2010 by Erin Wolf
Maybe he's young and doesn't quite feel it yet. Or maybe he's just reinventing Midwestern folk-rock altogether.
Nov 5th, 2009 by Tom Strini
Malcolm Tulip's clever word puzzles, and David Gaines' wild, one-man "Seven Samurai"
Nov 2nd, 2009 by Tom Strini
Ferro's new dances yield strong ensemble works, weak solos.
Oct 31st, 2009 by Tom Strini
Chihuly's sculptures respond to Bartok's intense opera score after a psychological fable.
Oct 29th, 2009 by Tom Strini
Music by Honegger, Gaubert, Milhaud and Ravel is aural joy.
Oct 28th, 2009 by Peggy Sue Dunigan
The 1980s setting and a few dramatic misfires lessen the intensity of this mysterious production that's packed with surprises and quick turns.
Sep 26th, 2009 by Tom Strini
De Waart's vibrant Mahler 5 bowls over opening night crowd, and mezzo Sasha Cooke dazzles in her Milwaukee debut.