Credentials • Seasaw (Projecting Album Release) • Cullah

Sat 04/22/23
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(Milwaukee, WI)
Genre: Experimental Rock, Math Rock, Noise Rock

Mathy/noisy rock band from Milwaukee. Heavily influenced by first wave post-rock. Worshipping Chicago and Louisville bands from the mid-90s. Members of Murder in the Red Barn, Guns Blazing,No/No, Galactic Cannibal, and others.


(Madison, WI)
Genre: Indie Rock

Projecting – the newest album from indie-rock duo Seasaw – will be released on April 21, 2023. The album was recorded by the Madison, WI band in their apartments throughout 2020 and was mixed by former Madisonian Beau Sorenson (Thao, Death Cab for Cutie). 

Writing, recording, and performing as a two-piece, Seasaw has moved through many iterations to arrive at their newest release. Starting out as a folk band obsessed with CocoRosie, they have now fully bloomed into the fuzzed out rock and roll stepchild of their former selves. Seasaw lives for metamorphosis and continues to get comfortable embracing the flux.

Proudly admitting that they both cry at least once a day, you would never get that from the exuberant and playful songs and videos released by the pair. It seems like embracing that catharsis might be the trick to being able to thoroughly feel and enjoy the fun in this life, which is exactly what they show us on Projecting.


(Milwaukee, WI)
Genre: Experimental

Cullah (Born Ian McCullough on April 27, 1991 in Milwaukee, WI) is a multi-disciplinary musician and engineer who releases an album every year on April 27th since 2006. Each album reflects the eclectic musical styles that Cullah draws from – Cullah is a walking autobiographical journey of musical expression. With each revolution around the sun, Cullah explores and documents his human condition through various stories and song. Cullah finds his inspiration from in many places – you may find yourself moving from Appalachian Folk to French House seamlessly in a musical collage.