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Patience is a virtue, and we have been waiting over a year for new music from preeminent Milwaukee musician, WebsterX. Today he breaks the silence with “Blue Streak.” “Blue Streak” will be the first single on what will be WebsterX’s debut album.
“Blue Streak” follows singles like “Doomsday” and “Lately” which have helped launch a new movement in Milwaukee’s music scene. WebsterX’s biggest asset might be the earnest expression of his lines. You can almost feel his heart in his throat as he pushes lines past clenched teeth and into our own hearts. Catch the raw passion on “Blue Streak”
WebsterX ALSO signed a distribution deal with Closed Sessions, whose roster includes Kweku Collins and Jamila Woods. WebsterX says,”In this deal I still own 100% of my masters, full creative control and direction of my music. So I am still considered an independent artist. Closed Sessions will be extending my reach with their valuable connections, they’re a pair of extra legs to the ‘WebsterX Team'”.
When: Wednesday, October 26
Where: Cactus Club 2496 S. Wentworth Ave. Milwaukee, WI
Tickets: Buy tickets here
The latest Little Scream album, “Cult Following” was released this year via Merge Records. Radio Milwaukee caught up with Laurel Sprengelmeyer prior to her Eaux Claires performance, while she was pulled over at a roadside petting zoo. We talk about the new album, the various cults we find in our lives, Milwaukee memories and more.
If you love discovering new music, here’s the place to dig in.
In the stories to the right, you can keep up on the latest music news, watch behind-the-scenes videos, get to know emerging artists, who’s coming to town, who’s hot in Milwaukee’s music scene, and get a free download (every week!).
You can listen on demand to exciting new jazz, hip-hop and R&B, world and electronic dance music, interesting covers and songs we just can’t stop listening to.You can hear live performances recorded in our studio, featuring local and touring bands. Yes, there’s more. But we’ll leave the rest of the discovery up to you!