Sunday, March 10th
UNDERWEAR- The legend from New Haven, CT makes his first Milwaukee appearance. Crooning R&B and soul run through the gauntlet of broken gear and compositional oddities. Every show teeters on the edge of failure in the most exciting way possible.

PLEASURE THIEF- Dark R&B rituals for the mystical anti-capitalists out there. From Cat of NO/NO.

TAYLOR CAMPBELL- Smooth jazz and soul jams for the clinically depressed. Straddling the border between ecstasy and a full on collapse of social functions. Member of Suffer Head, One More Final I Need You.

Brinn Labs (433 Stewart)
All Ages//8:00//$6-12 Sliding Scale

Saturday, April 20th
WEAPING MASK- Old school industrial weirdness from Bryce Beverlin II of Scaphe/Ice Volt/Squidfist. Minneapolis homies in tow.

BACHELORETTE PARTY- Harsh, industrial soundscapes layered underneath soaring experimental vocal techniques. Featuring Amanda Schoofs and Peter J. Woods

MYRRH- Highly spiritual harsh noise and power electronics from Milwaukee's latest wave

Jazz Gallery Center for the Arts (926 E Center St)
All Ages//8:00//$6-12 Sliding Scale

Friday, April 26th
PEDESTRIAN DEPOSIT- Reverse tension noise composition; existing somewhere between electroacoustic music, sound collage, and pure harsh noise, with elements of nearly every style of experimental music in-between. Absolutely one of the most stunning live performance groups out there. On tour from LA. Do not miss.

PETER J. WOODS- Theatrical harsh noise. Debuting new work at this show.

KINGSTON FAMILY SINGERS- Audio visual weirdness from Belleville, IL. Ever evolving and always surprising.

Brinn Labs (433 Stewart)
All Ages//8:00//$6-12 Sliding Scale

The 2019 Experimental Education Series

The 2018 Experimental Education Series is a brand new music series presented by FTAM Productions, Present Music, Brinn Labs, and the UW-Madison Network Fellowship. The four performances, spread out across 2018 but all happening at the Jazz Gallery Center for the Arts, will have two big goals: educate and amplify.

In regards to education, a workshop or lecture will accompany all four performances earlier in the day. These events will provide audience members with a glimpse into both the process of the featured performer and what these performers value and look for in experimental music. This focus will allow those new to experimental music to become acquainted with this often opaque genre and also give those seasoned listeners a chance to dig deeper into these fantastic artists’ work.

As for amplification, the programming for EES specifically aims to amplify the voices of female artists in experimental music. In an attempt to battle (in some small part) the false notion that experimental music, and noise in particular, is nothing but a boys club, all of the featured performers are either women or groups featuring women. And they also happen to be some of the best artists working in any genre, so there’s also that.

FEBRUARY 9th- Lea Bertucci

APRIL 27th- Nephila/Vasculae

AUGUST 10th- Shanna Sordahl

NOVEMBER 2nd- Rusalka

All shows take place at The Jazz Gallery Center for the Arts (926 E Center St)
All Ages//$6-12 Suggested Donation
4:00 Workshop//8:00 Concert

The Noise Knowledge Consortium

A low key, informal, all local version of the EES! Happening during the afternoon on the third saturday of every month. Same workshop and concert set up, but with only two acts.

March 16th- Amanda Schoofs
April 20th- Bryce Beverlin II (of Ice Volt/Scaphe)
May 18th- Chris Burns
June 15th- Nicholas Elert
July 20th- Matt Taggart (of PCRV)
August 17th- August Traeger
September 21st- Dan Schierl (of Dan of Earth)

Presented with Present Music
All shows take place at Brinn Labs (433 E Stewart)
All Ages//$5 Suggested Donation
2:00 Workshop//3:30 Concert

For any questions on upcoming shows (including booking requests in Milwaukee), feel free to email I probably won't be able to help, as I am hesitant to get back into the booking game full fledged, but at the very least I can point you in the right direction.