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WMSE’s Local/Live Presents Midwest Death Rattle

Broadcasting Live From Club Garibaldi on Tuesday, May 24

By - May 17th, 2016 03:01 pm

Hot off the heels of their release of Post-Apocalypso, Midwest Death Rattle’s performance on WMSE’s Local/Live will be the show of all shows. Join them and WMSE at Club Garibaldi (2501 S. Superior St.) on Tuesday, May 24 for another installment of WMSE’s dynamic ‘Local/Live at Club Garibaldi’ series. The performance and interview also will be broadcast live at 91.7FM and WMSE.org beginning at 6 p.m.

Weirdos in music, Midwest Death Rattle is Nick, Chad, Ryan, John and Derek; the Milwaukee band formed in the final year of the Mayan calendar. Post-Apocalypso (out May 21) is the doom-pop follow-up to group’s self-titled debut and is filled to the brim with pianos, horns and battling feelings of dread vs. triumph.

This special night of local music and a live radio segment is free and open to the 21+ public to listen to and participate in. WMSE Music Director Erin Wolf and co-host Cal Roach, will lead Midwest Death Rattle through questions in between their live sets and you can get in on the interview, too; the audience will be active participants, allowed to pick our guests’ brains by writing out their questions for Cal and Erin to ask, live on the radio.

Doors open at 5:30 p.m.; the segment runs from 6 to 7 p.m.

Local/Live on WMSE is sponsored by The Garage.

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