Free MP3 Downloads From Yip Deceiver’s Medallius

Yip Deceiver

“Behold, the proclamation of Yip Deceiver, the tag-team all-analog dance duo, who broadcast sexxed-up jambox jaunts and light club floors ablaze at home in Athens, Georgia and beyond,” boasts the pair’s bio.

Click here to download a three song sampler of their Medallius album before they light up the High Noon Saloon’s stage tomorrow night (Friday, March 21) in support of Electric Six!  Tickets are still available here.

Now Streaming: Yellow Ostrich’s “Shades”





The New York-by-way-of-Wisconsin indie outfit of Yellow Ostrich is due to release their upcoming record, Cosmos, on February 25, but you can stream the first single right now!  Click here to check out “Shades,” and let us know what you think in the comments section below.  (Fans of bands like Vacationer, Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr., Fruit Bats, and Oberhofer should take special note.)


Join us to see the band perform live in Madison at the High Noon Saloon on March 29.  

New Music From Lee Ranaldo & The Dust: “Ambulancer”

Lee Ranaldo

Sonic Youth guitarist Lee Ranaldo is hitting the road with his own band, The Dust, this fall.  Madison fans will get to check him out at the High Noon Saloon on October 14, right after the release of his debut, Last Night On Earth.

If you can’t wait quite that long to enjoy the new tunes, you can check out a sneak peek with the just-released “Ambulancer” single.  Tell us what you think in the comments section below.  (We also posted Lee’s “Lecce, Leaving” here.)

Rolling Stone Shakes With J Roddy Walston & The Business’ “Essential Tremors” (In Madison TONIGHT!)

J Roddy Walston & The Business


We first posted the infectious “Heavy Bells” from J Roddy Walston & The BusinessEssential Tremors album here, and now you can stream the whole kit ‘n’ caboodle via Rolling Stone.    Click here to have a listen to record that the legendary musical authority calls “riotous, ragged rock.”

The band will be in Madison tonight (Wednesday, September 11) for a show at the High Noon Saloon.  Get your tickets here or at the door.  We’ll see you there! 

Now Streaming: Zola Jesus’ “Avalanche”

Zola Jesus

She may have left Wisconsin for sunnier California skies, but if the name of her latest track is any indication, Zola Jesus hasn’t forgotten about the (sometimes) frigid land she once called home.

The contemplative “Avalanches” drips with strings and vocals that remind us of something falling between Joni Mitchell and Sharon Van Etten.  Have a listen here, courtesy of NPR.

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