Archive for the 'Music' Category
Sue has begun working on a new art project, and it’s ambitious, original, fantastic, and quite possible, her most exciting opportunity to create accessible and publishable work. But first, a little background. A year ago, when The Vitrolum Republic (then KSA) were starting our newest album, June was a month for a crazy amount of [...]
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KSA continues to work on it’s next album, with the intent of finishing principal recording by the time our daughter is born. It’s been very exciting working on this project and exploring my capabilities as a producer and engineer in my studio. As an early treat, please enjoy the below version of Willow Song. This [...]
It was quite fitting, really. Over two years ago, I first saw my friends play their brand of music at the Mosaic and I picked up their CD, jokingly got it autographed, and listened to it a bit. The one thing lacking was some bass, and after approaching Nick about it, the rest is history. [...]
KSA will be playing it’s last show at The Mosaic Piano Bar on Milwaukee’s East Side on Friday, February 8th, 2008. The Mosaic will be closing and, as I understand it, relocating elsewhere in the city. They are having a number of their favorite artists playing there over the next 4-6 weeks, so come out [...]
Wow, what’s happened to this place? Stagent only begins to describe what’s happened here. No matter, like a cool spring rain that rejuvinates the puddles and streams that flows into the ether that is the internet, I think I need to stop waiting for a storm to actually refresh the posts here. Hmm. I think [...]
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