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Studio Milwaukee Session Calendar

This is where you'll find the schedule for the nationally touring artists coming to our stage in the weeks ahead. All Radio Milwaukee members get opportunities throughout the year to attend, although the only way to guarantee an invite to every single one is at the VIP level or above. Take a look at what we have planned (or who you may have missed) and then head over to our membership page to get on the list for our next unforgettable session.

All sessions start at noon unless otherwise noted, with doors opening at 11:30 a.m. This schedule is subject to change based on artist availability. Click the artist name to hear any sessions that already took place or check out our archive of performances.

April 19: Ian Sweet

The nervy indie pop of Ian Sweet, while musically complex, is undeniably hooky. Led by Jilian Medford, the project released debut album Shapeshifter in 2016. Venturing into shimmery electronic components like synths and drum loops, their third studio effort, Show Me How You Disappear, retained its noisy core. Then, in November 2023, Ian Sweet explored that combination of elements even further on SUCKER.

April 26: DEHD

The Chicago trio rose out of the city's DIY scene and set themselves apart with a direct, stripped-down approach. Dehd's infectious pop songs come doused in reverb and hit hard despite — or because of — minimal drumming and uncluttered arrangements.

Recent sessions

April 9: Real Estate

Real Estate have been consistently compelling for 15 years, with their indie-rock shuffles perfectly reflecting the glow of suburban ennui, that they know when they have done it. That is, they know when they have written songs that shimmer and fetch and radiate despite or because of the gloom lurking in their grooves.

April 5: Eliza McLamb

Eliza McLamb is a writer and musician currently living in Los Angeles, CA. A believer in ghosts, a non-believer in capitalism, a big girl in leather boots, and a child of the North Carolina woodlands, Eliza writes with candor, if not always with brevity.

March 20: Phosphorescent

The brainchild of singer/songwriter Mathew Houck, Phosphorescent have released a string of critically acclaimed, country-tinged rock albums. On April 5, Houck will deliver Revelator, his first release for Verve Records and first studio LP since 2018's C'est la Vie.