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This Week in Live Music: December 26-31

The 11 best shows to see before 2018 gets here.

Tuesday, December 26

The Erotic Adventures of The Static Chicken at The Jazz Estate, 9 p.m. (FREE) – (2423 N. Murray Ave.)


Thursday, December 28

Metalachi & Beatallica with Camel Tow Truck at Turner Hall Ballroom, 8 p.m. ($15) – (1032 N. 4th St.)

Immortal Bird with Uhtcearu and Lost Tribes of the Moon at Quarters Rock ‘n Roll Palace, 9 p.m. ($5) – (900 E. Center St.)


Friday, December 29

BoDeans at Potawatomi’s Northern Lights Theater, 8 p.m. ($50-$59) – (1721 W. Canal St.)

Local H with Devil’s Teeth at Shank Hall, 8 p.m. ($20) – (1434 N. Farwell Ave.)

Army Of Me: A Bjork Tribute featuring Amanda Huff at Company Brewing, 10 p.m. ($12 advance; $15 door) – (735 E. Center St.)


Saturday, December 30

The New Red Moons (EP release) with The Thriftones at Circle A Cafe, 9 p.m. ($6) – (932 E. Chambers St.)

The Prince Experience with Generation Z at The Riverside Theater, 8 p.m. ($25-$35) – (116 W. Wisconsin Ave.)


Sunday, December 31

GGOOLLDD with Jordan “Madhatter” Lee at Turner Hall Ballroom, 9 p.m. ($25-$85) – (1032 N. 4th St.)

The Record Company with Field Report at The Riverside Theater, 10 p.m. ($29.50) – (116 W. Wisconsin Ave.)

Electric New Year featuring Abby Jeanne, Tony Peachka and Paper Holland at Cactus Club, 9 p.m. ($15) – (2496 S. Wentworth Ave.)

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Kevin is a freelance writer residing in Milwaukee. He’s contributed to The Shepherd Express, Third Coast Daily, Pop Matters and the sadly now-defunct A.V. Club Milwaukee. He looks forward to forging a deeper connection with the city’s impressive music scene during his gig as a Music Notes blogger. His talents include music criticism, riding a bicycle, drinking tasty beers and a crafty croquet swing. His weaknesses comprise Jean-Claude Van Damme movies, professional wrestling and his ever-growing record collection. He’s in desperate need to find more physical (and hard drive) space for the exceptional albums Milwaukee musicians keep churning out.