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MADISON MUSIC PROJECT

Madison Music Project -- Bob Manor & the Getaway Drivers

Backed by a close-knit band dubbed the Getaway Drivers, singer-songwriter Bob Manor offers an alt-country-ish mix of acoustic rock and folk in both his records and live performances. Americana, as the terminology goes. Performing on average about once per month, the group has been busy lately with shows related to tomorrow's mid-term elections. >More
 Madison Music Project -- Ka-Boom!Box

Situated in the realm of dubtronica-pop, Ka-Boom!Box is a funky synthesis of reggae, pop, dance and just about any other genre intended to get things moving. A fusion of Madison music veterans and relative greenhorns, the four-piece group brings its electronic stylings via two avenues: full band performances and "DJ Explosions." >More
 Madison Music Project -- Swim Team

What is Swim Team? Well, there are many bands sporting this name, but Madison's own version describes itself as "the best power pop band in Madison that plays four times a year or less." Led by Ben Reiser, this four-piece plays a lively brand of indie-pop that's not quite yet too old to rock. >More
 Madison Music Project V-cast: Sean Michael Dargan

Isthmus has enlisted the help of local video-blogger Aaron Veenstra to produce a series of v-casts of the 2006 Madison Music Project Live show. We kick off the series with Sean Michael Dargan and his band, which opened the show. >More
 Madison Music Project -- Jerry Alexander

Describing himself as "a singer-troubadour, a one-man-band, a storyteller," Jerry Alexander has a nearly 40 year history as a leading blues musician in the Madison area. He's set to be leaving the city shortly, though, so there will not be many chances locally to see his talent with the guitar, harmonica, drums, and vocals. >More
 Madison Music Project -- Digibot

Melding lefty politics with onstage improv, Digibot rips through punchy songs (and into the targets of their ire) to produce punk jam that garnishes any loud night out. >More
 Madison Music Project -- Sara Yervand

An increasingly visible and esteemed presence in jazz circles around Madison and beyond, Sara Yervand is regularly described by listeners as an accomplished jazz vocalist. She performs regularly at both club gigs and jazz festivals throughout the year, including the Isthmus Jazz Festival and Jazz at Five. >More
 Madison Music Project -- The Gothsicles

With roots in both Madison and Milwaukee, The Gothsicles brand of "ebn/industrial fueled with energon cubes and heart containers" is injecting electronic music with much more than an 8-bit dose of noisy, geeky fun. >More
 Madison Music Project -- Queenie & the Blue Cats

Focusing on blues and blues-rock -- everything from classics to standards to the contemporary -- Queenie & the Blue Cats' style is jazzy and electric. >More
 Madison Music Project -- Crimson Vim

Drawing from a venerable fountain of influences, Crimson Vim creates music that's contemporary, but also built with an oldies to classic rock foundation and styled with elements of garage, funk and wooly guitar power pop. >More
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