Gallery: Milo leads night of rap and comedy at the High Noon Saloon

By Logan Rude, Concerts Editor As snow flurried through the air on a bone-chillingly cold Wednesday night, rap fanatics from all over Madison crowded into High Noon Saloon to watch 25-year-old rapper Rory Ferreira, rapping under the name Milo, show off his lyrical — and comical — prowess. Milo’s 2017 project Who Told You to Think??!!?!?!?! was among the best of the entire year, and he … Continue reading Gallery: Milo leads night of rap and comedy at the High Noon Saloon

Gallery: Whitney romance the crowd at sold-out Majestic show

By Logan Rude, Concerts Editor Chicago-based pop-folk band Whitney had hundreds of giddy fans singing along to nearly every word of their songs Wednesday night when they performed a sold-out show at the Majestic Theatre. NE-HI, also based out of Chicago, opened up the show. From what I could tell from their final song, they took the sensibilities of a garage punk group and presented them … Continue reading Gallery: Whitney romance the crowd at sold-out Majestic show

The Dirty Heads bring fun of the Sun to the Orpheum

By Bailey Owens, Staff Writer As the weather changes from lukewarm to freezing, we yearn for warm days on the beach with no worries. The Dirty Heads brought the fun of the Sun and washed over us like waves against the sand during their Nov. 18 show at The Orpheum. Before their big moment, The Dirty Heads were introduced by The Unlikely Candidates, an alt-punk … Continue reading The Dirty Heads bring fun of the Sun to the Orpheum

Gallery: White Reaper make triumphant return to Madison

By Logan Rude, Concerts Editor In another installment in the seemingly endless flow of concerts by WUD Music, White Reaper — with support from Post Animal — tore up the stage at The Sett on Nov. 17. A night filled with vicious guitar chords and frenetic percussion, the crowd — scarcely populated as it was — soaked in every last bit of energy. Post Animal, a … Continue reading Gallery: White Reaper make triumphant return to Madison

Gallery: Early Eyes surprise The Frequency with vivacious performance

By Matt Weinberger, Staff Writer Foxy. Funky. An all around good time. Seeing Early Eyes late at night at The Frequency was quite a pleasure. Early Eyes is a great example of an indie-rock band that actually plays indie rock really well. With Joe Villano and John O’Brien on guitar, Wyatt Fuller on drums, Desmond (Des) Lawrence on bass, and Jake Berglove on guitar/vocals, the … Continue reading Gallery: Early Eyes surprise The Frequency with vivacious performance