Madison Bitten By The Ghost Of A Saber Tooth Tiger

Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger

Sean Lennon and Charlotte Kemp Muhl’s experimental psych rock project, The Ghost Of A Saber Tooth Tiger, has been getting all sorts of critical acclaim for their most recent (and “first proper”) record, Midnight Sun.

“It is not pretentious and it is not pompous–here is an ingenuous album made by a couple of odd cherubs who just happen to be, inescapably, two of the Beautiful People,” says The Quietus.  PopMatters goes further to declare, “Midnight Sun is a true jewel, and worthy of the linage of one member’s predecessor.”

77 Square‘s Jessie Opoien got the opportunity to pick Mr. Lennon’s brain about the magic behind the music that has everyone talking—and listening. Check out their interview here, and don’t forget to pick up your tickets to see the band live in Madison at the High Noon Saloon tomorrow (Saturday, May 31).

Live Concert Photos: FRZN Fest 2014 – Milagres, Escondito, and Communist Daughter

Megan Monday

It’s been a week since we kicked off our third annual FRZN Fest at the High Noon Saloon, and we’re still reeling from all the excitement of the incredible performances.  Photographer Megan Monday caught sets from festival artists Milagres, Escondito, and Communist Daughter (pictured above) and has graciously allowed us to take a peek through her camera lens. Enjoy her live shots after the jump.

(Don’t forget to post your FRZN Fest reflections here for a chance to win a pair of tickets to a club show of your choice.)

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Now Streaming: Fire Retarded’s “Meat Stairs”

Fire Retarded

Our friends in Fire Retarded recently got some love from Impose who remarked that “Meat Stairs” (the first track from their upcoming Scroggz Manor album) “moves fast enough for you to lose track of your own heartbeat, and as the group pounds through a hypnotic refrain, a blistering solo is not far off, making the ultimate trio of heavy shit, sludgy shit, and take-no-prisoners vocal stylings move the track through to its crashing conclusion.”

Take a listen here, and catch the band live in Madison as part of our annual FRZN Fest on January 18.

Just Announced Madison Concert: Lamb Of God, 6.7.13

Friday, June 7, 2013


Lamb Of God

with special guests



Orpheum Theater – 7:45pm

$25 adv, $28 dos – All Ages

Tickets on sale through our Music Calendar Friday, March 29 at 10am.

Just Announced Madison Concert: Big K.R.I.T., 7.14.12

Saturday, July 14, 2012


Live From The Underground Tour


Barrymore Theatre – 9pm

$20 ADV and DOS – All Ages

Tickets on sale Monday, May 14 through our Music Calendar!

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