Fuzz pic from our show at BBC last Friday for A.V. Club Milwaukee’s Swag Sale “The Onion: Everthing Must Go” Such a bummer that they are ending their run as a press outlet in MKE. They have done so much for our music scene over the years exposing tons of independent artists. Hell, we fall under that list! Getting to finally meet the staff that has helped us so much over the years was nice. Bizarre that it took us so long to finally share a drink. It was enjoyed none the less! There will be more drinks in other forms soon. Its only a name right? The “staff” seems eager to focus their energy towards a new project. Maybe they’ll cook something cooler up!
"Given that Myles Coyne splits his time between several local bands, including bustling indie-rockers Animals in Human Attire and the unrelenting post-hardcore outfit Temple (who released their own ferocious album this year, The Conscience of the King), it’s not too surprising that Coyne’s namesake band is a musically polyamorous affair. Coyne’s Rusty Nickel Band is a folk ensemble first and foremost, but they find a lot wiggle room in that loose classification, skipping from rustic, fingerpicked musings in the Bob Dylan mold to shambolic, Titus Andronicus-esque punk-rock combustions.”
"Are we trippin’ balls Jojo?" by Peggy Howe. Cool photo edit from our show at Boone & Crockett. Awesome night of Milwaukee Music! Glad we could be part of the evening! See ya next time Dec 6th at Center Street Free Space.
Happy Thanksgiving everyone! We have so much to be thankful for, as a band and individually. Its been a busy year so far, and now we made it to the finals for 88Nine RadioMilwaukee's Music Awards. What a great way to cap it off season. We are up for “Best Album Art” and “Best Bandcamp Release” but who cares if we win or not. It means to world to be recognized buy our friends and peers. Our hearts are warmed. Thanks for the love ya’ll. Now go get off the internet and hang out with your families.
Swing into Center Street Free Space and snag yourself a copy of the the new “Basements and Living Rooms” zine! This latest addition features a new poem of mine titled “Red Dawn”. Thank you Shannon for including me!
Tour over. After 12 days, we have come to the end. I couldn’t have asked for a better experience! I have so much love for everyone who helped us on the way, and everyone else that we partied with. Thanks you Eliot, Jordan, Steve, and Jack for sharing this amazing adventure with me. I love you guys so much!