Feed the Dog releases video for “Buffalo”

Feed the Dog, an eclectic and action-packed, high-energy, jam-rock-grass band, based in Appleton, released their video for the song “Buffalo.” Watch it below!

Rocket Cat hosting music video premiere event

Rocket Cat is hosting music video premieres at No Studios in Milwaukee on Saturday, June 1. Three music videos debut from their newly released album “Little Lights,” now available at and all major streaming/download services. Rocket Cat partnered with Eddie Curran of Enterprise Films, LLC to create the visual imagery for the songs. This event is sponsored by Rocket Cat, Enterprise Films, Cherry Pit Studios, Crimson Club & Crimson Rock Radio, and Five O’clock Steakhouse.

Rocket Cat will perform on Radio Milwaukee’s 414Live May 30 at 5:30 p.m. to promote the music video premiere event.

Event Timeline

  • 7:15 p.m. doors open to the public
  • 7:45-8:15 p.m. video screening, plus Q&A with the band and director (space is limited)
  • 8:15-8:45 p.m. The Keystones live performance
  • 8:45-9:15 p.m. video screening (repeat), plus Q&A with the band and director (space is limited)
  • 9:15-10:00 p.m. Rocket Cat live performance
  • all ages, $10 at the door, free for No Studios members

Music Video Information

“A Thousand Echoes”– Filmed at the Schlitz Audubon Nature Center in Bayside. This song explores the dark side of hopelessness and depression, along with addictions that seep their way into existence to fill the void. The song was in development at the time of Chris Cornell’s death which inspired some of the audio production elements.

Cast: Suzanne Singh

Director: Edward Curran, Enterprise Films

Music Production: Eric LaBrosse, Cherry Pit Studios

“Between Silence”– The Five O’clock Steakhouse in Milwaukee was the perfect setting for a speakeasy, spy-themed storyline. Full of intrigue, unrequited love, and a double-cross or two.

Cast: Arturo de la Mesa, Beth Ridley, Suzanne Singh, Chris Guse, Dave Maurer, Steve Vorass, Chrissy Gruber, Denis Kavanagh, Carol Maurer, Gene Maurer, Neil Oliver, Kit Stevic, Lance Weinhardt

Director: Edward Curran, Enterprise Films

Crew: Allison Calteux, Rob Colletta

Music Production: Eric LaBrosse, Cherry Pit Studios

“Paper Dreams”– Filmed at The Crimson Club in West Allis, “Paper Dreams” is a biting anthem of courage and persistence in the face of obstruction. This song is dedicated to all the hard-working creative artists who invest a substantial amount of energy into getting noticed by the gatekeepers of their industry.

Cast: Chris Guse, Dave Maurer, Suzanne Singh, Steve Vorass

Director: Edward Curran, Enterprise Films

Music Production: Eric LaBrosse, Cherry Pit Studios

Karen Wheelock releases new music video

Karen Wheelock, the Madison Area Music Awards Alternative Performer of the Year, released a new video for her song “So Far.” Check it out here.

Johnny Likes Noize releasing second album

Johnny Likes Noize is celebrating the release of their second album with a party on Saturday, May 4, at the Crucible in Madison. Sharing the stage with them is Mars Hall.

“We’ve all been so busy, it took a lot out of us to get the EP done,” said Ryan LeSage of Johnny Likes Noize. “So we’re definitely looking to celebrate the release with a bang. We picked Madison’s hot new venue, Crucible, to host and Madison’s own, Mars Hall, to jam with. New venue, new music from both bands and even a birthday! Tons of reasons to come party! Oh, and its on May 4. May the fourth be with you!”

The event is a 21 and older show and starts at 9 p.m. Cover charge is $5.

Show No. 3 of Independent Racket Nights features Copper Box, The Royal Blue, Tyler Streeter

Show No. 3 of the 2019 Independent Racket Nights series is May 9 show is hosted by Barley & Hops Pub and Beer Garden in Oshkosh.

The show features Copper Box  joined by Appleton’s The Royal Blue and Tyler Streeter (of Tyler & the Streeters).

Independent Racket Night shows start early at 7:30 p.m .and conclude by 11 p.m.

7000apart releasing new single, Close Your Eyes

7000apart, a married rock/pop duo from Green Bay featuring Jon Kresin and Amelie Eiding, releases their song “Close Your Eyes” tomorrow, April 26.


“Close Your Eyes is a dark and moody song about facing your worst fears,” said Kresin. “It’s one of our absolute favorites and it gives us chills every time we perform it. The powerful yet fragile vocals are backed up by the cello, piano, bass and drums throughout the shifting dynamics of the song. We really hope you’ll love it as much as we do.”

Fan can pre-save the link for Spotify for Close Your Eyes at

Karen Wheelock tour benefitting Alzheimer’s Association

Karen Wheelock, the Madison Area Music Awards Alternative Performer of the Year, is hitting the road to raise money and awareness for Alzheimer’s.

“I have been fundraising for the Alzheimer’s Association through music for the past five years,” said Wheelock. “This year, I am branching out by hitting the road for the cause, and will be playing in new places.

Wheelock will be at The Exclusive Company in Janesville on May 1, and then performs at the Brass Bell Music Store in Milwaukee on May 2. Wheelock then heads to Goshen, Indiana and South Haven, Michigan on May 3 and 4, respectively.

Fans can support the cause directly by going to