Hello Death has a few shows coming up and we’d love to see your face;
> November 3, Milwaukee, Turner Hall, w/ The Staves
> November 17, Madison, Williamson Magnetic, w/ Oedipus Tex & In The Rushes.
> November 18, Eau Claire, House Show, w/ The Ronald Raygun.
> November 19, Mpls, The Hook and Ladder, w/ Teague Alexy, Mike Gunther, & Peter Miller.
> November 22, Milwaukee, Turner Hall, Colors and Chords fundraiser.
> December 16, Milwaukee, Cactus Club, w/ King Dude & Blood and Sun.
Here’s how we spent our Sunday,
We are honored to take the stage at Club Garibaldi with the talented Christopher Paul Stelling. We’ve been lucky enough to share several stages with this powerhouse. We hope to see you there.
Final Line-up for New Boyz Club Trilogy Release:
G l O r Y g L o R y
on September 30th, 10PM $5
at Company Brewing
Starting at 10PM:
New Boyz Club
Pre-show at the
Counter Craft Night Market
on Company Brewing’s patio
8 – 10 PM
Alex Shah & The Sweet Sisters
Abby Jeanne Rebel Love
We are proud to working with local Milwaukee label GLOSS RECORDS for the release of our second album. Find all the details here:
One year ago we visited the Journal Sentinal building in Milwaukee to record a live performance of our song ‘on a quiet winter night‘. At long last, we recorded a studio version with Rob Hickey at the Tannery and it is available for free on bandcamp as a token of appreciation for all the support we’ve been given. Thank you, and we hope you enjoy.
We are honored to join an amazing cross-section of Milwaukee musicians to pay homage to one of rock’s greats for Smith Uncovered. A re-interpretation of the songs of Patti Smith at Alverno College Pitman Theatre, curated by the ever talented Betty Blexrud-Strigens.
It’s been difficult to take Patti Smith out of her songs. They have such immense heartbeats, and are so unique to her, that we risked killing the patient on the table. As we rehearsed, we were humbled again and again, trying to know what each song means to us, and sounds like with us as vehicles.
It struck me at one point that Smith, unlike other rockers, is in part amazing because the type of destruction she brings is always a seed. She’s a tree root cracking the sidewalk or a forest fire. She never seems snide or exclusive when she points her finger at authority to try to figure out where to go next.
With this in mind, I think we’ve finally reached a point where our voices are the ones speaking and Patti Smith is the inspiration and the guide. I believe this will be true for the audience as well and I hope you can join us.
Our labor of love made the cut for the Cream City Cinema Milwaukee Show at the MFF for 2014. We are grateful for all the help we received while undertaking this project and we are incredibly proud of the result. We’ll announce date and times for the screening as soon as we know.