SUPER MEGA ÜBER AWESOME ROCK SHOW
- Donoma, from Kenosha, released their debut album, ‘A Sight of the Sun’ in March 2011 and is now touring the mid-west in support of it. They are a band with propensity for blending alternative rock with tribal and classical sounds, delivered with a dramatic flair which lyrically examines the human condition. While the album is getting positive reviews, Donoma is best experienced live. The bands energy and personalities shine through, adding another layer of depth, blending with the music, to create a kaleidoscope of sight and sound. A taped performance of their March 2011 appearance at the SRIM Festival is currently playing on public television stations throughout the state of Wisconsin throughout the remainder of the year, attesting to the excitement of their live show.
- The Earth Program, from Chicago, who released their debut album ‘Invade’ at the end of 2010 is a self-described “cross-genre, multimedia band”, has drawn comparisons to The Pixies and Sonic Youth. With reviews like, “The Earth Program is about to blow the roof off the Chicago music scene.” – LoudLoopPress and “Earth Program is pop enough to be bearable and strange enough to keep things interesting.” – 3hive, they are a must see.
- The Atrocities, from Kenosha, are the fastest, hardest, and most politically extreme band in the mid-west. Playing live from Milwaukee to Chicago, from Indianapolis to Detroit, The Atrocities are a well oiled live show machine. Breakneck paced and in your face, the quartet is full of revolutionary calls to action against all things organized.
- Fur Coats for Sportsmen– From Kenosha “Fueled by soul and rage, Fur Coats For Sportsmen complete their eclectic sounds with multi-instrumentation and quirkiness. This indie rock band meshes their off the path scenario with an amazing array of soul rock that crushes one with a range of rage and humanistic endeavors.”