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Milwaukee cowpunks EIEIO unveil long-overdue third CD

Published June 18, 2007

Long before Wilco and Neko Case and even long before Uncle Tupelo and The Jayhawks, there were Rank & File and EIEIO. Dubbed cowpunks, EIEIO mixed country twang with punk edge to create high-energy Midwestern rock and roll.


Vocal interplay kicks up Blueheels' country-inflected rock

Published April 4, 2007

In the spirit of The Jayhawks, Neenah-based quintet Blueheels saw off the smooth edges of country music and infuse some harder guitars to create a twangy rock and roll sound that brings together the best of both worlds.


Dustworks EP arrives after careful germination

Published Jan. 27, 2005

You may have read about rockers Dustworks here last year or and about the EP they were preparing to release. Well, sometimes good things need time to properly germinate and it has taken a little longer than expected, but "Atlas" is finally here.


Moonshine Sway hopes debut CD will open some ears

Published May 31, 2004

Moonshine Sway has been a fixture on the club scene for a little more than a year, and things are now coming together for the rockers. Last month, the quartet launched its debut CD, "Seven Years."


Dustworks' diversity almost defies categorization

Published Feb. 25, 2004

Nominally an band, Dustworks, fronted by the Stang brothers, also reference bands like Joy Division and use computers and found sounds to give their otherwise rootsy music a different flavor.

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