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Milwaukee Magazine Weddings 2012

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We were just listed at a unique venue for brides who would like a different enviornment for their wedding. Click the cover below to view the Milwaukee Magazine 2012 Wedding supplement.

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Starting this week, Wherehouse hosts Milwaukee Meltdown

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MTV's hit dance competition, "America's Best Dance Crew (ABDC)," has become a phenomenon for wannabe dancers in much the same way "American Idol" has lifted the hopes of vocalists around the country.

Capitalizing on ABDC's popularity, local nightclub "Wherehouse" (818 S. Water St.) will host "Milwaukee Meltdown: Dance Crew Competition," a four-week contest showcasing some of the Midwest's best dance teams.

Starting this week, competitions will be held each Thursday night at the club until a winning team is announced at the July 28 finale.

The final round of competition will feature performances by Enigma Dance Kru from Season One of ABDC and Milwaukee native and world traveler, rapper Juiceboxxx.

"Milwaukee Meltdown" begins at 10 p.m. and is hosted by local break dancing specialist "Mijo" of Motion Disorderz Dance Crew - the winner of the 2010 BC1 Red Bull Cypher One Break Dancing Championship. Cover is $7.

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- Geraud Blanks, Special to the Journal Sentinel

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  • In the first hour, we had two unique remixes. First up, producer Snakehips takes on the track "Cigarette Song" giving the indie-soul track a funky-smoothed out vibe. The second remix comes Jake One, who turns Portugal. The Man's "Evil Friends" into a electro-blues smash with help from Detroit's Danny Brown. Plus we had new music from Josef Salvat, and rising UK hip hop duo Subculture Sage.  In the second hour, we featured new music from Captain Murphy, which is the rapper alias of producer Flying Lotus. We also played the first track from Jason Feathers, which is a collaboration between Astronautalis, Bon Iver's Justin Vernon, S. Carey and Ryan Olson ( Polica & Gayngs). We also had a track from the new DJ Shadow EP called Liquid Amber, and a new song from the collaboration of Detroit's Black Milk and Canadian jazz trio BADBADNOTGOOD.   Rhythm Lab Radio | August 15, 2014 by Rhythm Lab Radio on Mixcloud   Tracklisting HOUR 1 Massive Attack - "Unfinished Sympathy" -break- Jessie Ware - "What You Won't Do For Love" The Electro-Acoustic Space Jazz & Percussion Ensemble - "One For The Monica Lingas Band" BBNG - "Triangle" Subculture Sage - "1=1=1" -break- Josef Salvat - "Shoot and Run" Doe Paoro - "New Lows" Little Dragon - "Forever" Raury - "Cigarette Song (Snakehips Remix)" -break- Portugal. The Man - "Evil Friends (Jake One Remix)" feat. Danny Brown -break- The Stepkids - "Sweet Salvation" Cibelle - "Lightworks" Diplo - "About That Life" feat. Jahan Lennon" Daedelus - "Fairweather Friend" -break- Sylvan Esso - "Wolf" HOUR 2 Bugz In The Attic - "Booty La La" -5:11- Lizzo & Caroline Smith - "Let 'Em Say" The Rub - "Bring On The Love" feat. Tatiana Owens Amp Live - "100,000 Watts" Machinedrum - "Want Me" -break- Jason Feathers - "Leave Your Stain" DJ Shadow - "Ghost Town" Black Milk & BADBADNOTGOOD  - "Now Or Never" Ratatat - "Seventeen Years" -break- Grizzly Bear - "Will Calls (Diplo Remix)" Ghostpoet - "Meltdown (Squarepusher Remix)" -break- Captain Murphy - "Cosplay" Electric Wire Hustle - "Look In The Sky" Kaytranada - "Leave Me Alone" feat. Shay Lia Jesse Boykens III - "Plain" -break- Made of Oak - "Vacuum Life"

  • Hundreds of performers and dozens of food vendors were on hand at Bay View's Humboldt Park over the weekend for celebration of Indian culture. IndiaFest provided a daylong program of events focused on the different cultural assets from each of India's states.   The day began with a parade for children and continued with traditional song, dance and food. The fest was free and open to the public. Now in its second year, IndiaFest aims to connect Milwaukeeans -- Indian or not -- to better understand each other and to build relationships, said volunteer organizer Purnima Nath. Click the podcast player above to hear our interview with Nath.   Web Extra:  During our interview, I asked Nath where her favorite restaurant is for Indian food.  She recommended Anmol Restaurant, 711 W. Historic Mitchell Street.  Follow this link to check out the menu.   play pause stop mute unmute previous next INDIAFESTone081414.mp3

  • This week's download comes from the English duo Slow Club featuring singer/multi-instrumentalist Rebecca Taylor and multi-instrumentalist Charles Watson.  The duo just released their new album Complete Surrender via Wichita Recordings back in July.  You have a week to grab their song "Suffering You, Suffering Me" from the album.  It's a stunning effort, focussing on Rebecca Taylor's soulful vocal. The opening lines recall Etta James' heartbroken 'I'd Rather Go Blind' before the arrangement switches into something from the Motown songbook. Rampaging to a grandiose finale, Taylor channels her inner Diana Ross to wrench out every nuance of emotion from the lyric. Download Slow Club's "Suffering You, Suffering Me" (right click and save as) You can catch Slow Club on tour with a stop in Chicago on September 25 at Schubas with Rhythm Lab Radio favorite Nick Mulvey. 09.17.14 New York, NY The Bowery Ballroom 09.18.14 Washington DC Rock & Roll Hotel  09.19.14 Philideplhia, PA Upstairs, World Live Cafe  09.20.14 Northampton, MA Iron Horse Music Hall 09.21.14 Allston, MA Brighton Music Hall  09.23.14 Montreal La Sala Rossa Canada 09.24.14 Toronto Horseshoe Tavern Canada 09.25.14 Chicago, IL Schuba's Tavern 09.26.14 Minneapolis, MN 7th Street Entry  09.29.14 Seattle Barboza 09.30.14 Portland, OR Holocene  10.03.14 San Fransisco, CA Rickshaw Stop  10.04.14 Los Angeles, CA The Echo 10.05.14 San Diego, CA Bar Pink    SLOW CLUB

  • The world is now a place where we can get our online purchases delivered within hours by drones and when next day shipping isn’t available for something, it’s a problem.   In this time of immediacy it’s easy to forget when getting things from one place to another was a little more complicated. When roads were scarce and horsepower was measured by literal horses, tall ship schooners were the drones of the day. In the 19th century schooners were a common sight on the great lakes and carried cargo in bulk from port to port.  These ships had a huge impact on cities like Milwaukee and allowed them to develop. In 1991 plans started on a replica ship.  It was completed in 2000 with the help of over 1000 volunteers.  Now, docked alongside the Discovery World Museum is the Denis Sullivan, a floating tribute and teaching vessel.  The ship was christened the S.V. Denis Sullivan after captain and owner of the19th century ship Moonlight which was regarded as the fastest ship on the lakes. The Sullivan is comprised of three tall masts and has the triangular sail on the foremast that characterizes Great Lakes schooners.  It is currently the only replica of its kind in the world. The Sullivan isn’t just a stationary commemorative ship.  It has a crew of eight to ten that live on board and sail multiple times a day out into the lake and beyond.  However, the ship’s main purpose these days isn’t hauling grain around Lake Michigan but is focused on education. Discovery World offers programs and events for all ages.  During trips, visitors are encouraged to help the crew in their duties like raising sails and learning what it takes to man the ship. The Sullivan also brings students out onto the water to have an immersive environmental and field science experience.  Students learn about weather patterns, lake ecology, research procedures and environmental issues by taking samples, recording data and other tasks.  To find out more about the Denis Sullivan and to see their program schedule, visit its official website here.  To hear about the crew’s experience’s living aboard the ship click the podcast player above. play pause stop mute unmute previous next DENISSULLIVANone081514.mp3

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