Saturday, February 21st, 2015
Ugly Brothers, The New Red Moons, Ladders, & King Courteen
9 pm, 21+, $7
Four beloved Milwaukee indie folk-rock acts come together for a night of melodic tunes.
The brainchild of Alex and Palmer Shah, Ugly Brothers' moniker works in the same way you might name a Great Dane "Tiny;" their grandiose folk instrumentation is far from ugly. Tracks from their debut self-titled EP have received steady airplay on Radio Milwaukee.
The New Red Moons are and indie folk-rock trio that returned early this summer with sophomore LP ‘Mesmérisme.’ It received significant amount of favorable local press, with Matt Wild of Milwaukee Record saying, “Wide-eyed optimism and an unlikely stable of influences serve this band well.”
Ladders is a relatively new folk quartet made up of Milwaukee music veterans. Debut album 'Suha' (named after member Myles Coyne's three-legged, tailless cat) has received considerable positive local press.
King Courteen rounds out the bill. He's a rising star on the Milwaukee scene, gaining traction with his intimate, moving
Check out links below for more info, and join us on Saturday, February 21st.
Ugly Brothers Links
Milwaukee Record EP feature
"A Vanishing Act" Video
The New Red Moons Links
Milwaukee Record Mesmérisme Review
“You Can Run” Video
Milwaukee Record album feature
King Courteen Links
"Sister Brother" Video