Former-Milwaukeean Jeremy Rogers brings his band BUHU back through Milwaukee in support of their new album 'Relationshapes' (out 1/22/2016).
"Relationshapes, their first full length - and the follow-up to the critically lauded 4-Track Cinemat live video EP - captures a flash-frozen portrait of the struggles of youthful love, emotional toxicity, and redemption between twentysomethings that aren't fully formed yet themselves. There is a tidal pull within the record, balancing the darkness with a profound feeling of happiness and confidence."
"D’Amato [melds] elements of old-school funk, ’90s rap, and modern hip-hop to create a brisk, feel-good vibe that sounds both reverent and forward-thinking." - Milwaukee Record
Awkward Terrible (Milwaukee)
"Instead of a guitar or keyboard, vocalist Chris Kowall blankets the rhythm section—bass player Sam Gehrke and drummer/vocalist Sam Sieger—with a thick layer of 8-bit and 16-bit noise with his uncommon instruments: A modified Game Boy and Nintendo, along with a Commodore 64 outfitted with synth cartridges." - Milwaukee Record
Riverwest Public House Cooperative
815 E. Locust Street
9pm // $5 // 21+