This Week’s Nightlife and Giveaways: “This is a song for my simplest love…”

“This is intoxicating psych-indie for heady days in unbroken sunshine.” — The Observer

There’s just one show coming up this week, but it’s a big ‘un!  The sounds of California’s quirky, utopian musical collective of Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros are more infectious than the swine flu, and show no signs of slowing down anytime soon.  They’re heading to Madison for a show at the High Noon Saloon on Saturday, the 28th and we want you to be there.  Read on find out more about the group who put out one of the best records of 2009 and enter to win a pair of tickets to the show.

Continue reading

Just Announced Madison Concert: A.A. Bondy (2.1.10)

A.A. BONDY

Mon. Feb 1 @ High Noon Saloon

8pm show, ages:18+

$10 adv and dos


 

Live Concert Review from The Daily Page: The Mountain Goats (11.6.09)

mountain goats

“It was the perfect night for Mountain Goats front man John Darnielle’s songs of sympathy for sinners. Darnielle looked crisp and casual in a burnt orange suit coat, jeans and leather moccasins. He’s always been a non-believer who’s very convincing. His renderings from the new, Bible based-release, The Life of the World to Come are particularly good vehicles for that sensibility and were sprinkled throughout the 18-song set,” says The Daily Page‘s Andy Moore.

Click here to read the rest of his review of the recent sold-out show.

An Horse On Daytrotter

An Horse

We first told you about this adorable, and incredibly talented Aussie duo earlier this year just before they played a powerful show at the High Noon Saloon in March. (Read our interview with the band here.)  We are happy to see that their well-deserved success has only grown since then.  Check out their recent Daytrotter session to catch up with the band, and grab some fresh downloads.

On Sale Now: Wilco 2.20.10

Wilco

Psst!  Just a reminder that tickets for Wilco’s greatly-anticipated February 20th show at Overture Hall go on sale TODAY at 11:00 am.  You can order tickets over the phone (608-258-4141), in-person at 201 State Street in Madison, or online.  Hurry and grab your tickets now, cus they won’t last long.  Good luck!