Every Thursday at 10P, we're giving you a taste of the local music scene. From local bands to producers and singer song-writers, we'll feature a different local talent each week.. You'll hear how they started, what they're working on and where you can hear them live!

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Featured artist for 8/13/15


The Millenium are a Titanic Pop/Alternative band out of Eau Claire, Wisconsin. They describe their music as "a collection of memories and instances. . . an extension of ourselves." The group has been creating music since early 2014, and while they are most commonly labeled as a "pop" band, they work to incorporate "realms of indie, acoustic and electronic styles in a sometimes eclectic fashion." You'll be able to find their two EP's, "It's So Much Friendlier with Two" and "Pine Hollow Sessions" at their website, themillenium.net.  The Millenium will be swinging through La Crosse as part of their "It's So Much Friendlier With..." tour with An Honest Year and Time Atlas this Friday night (8/14/15) at The Warehouse. You'll also want to be sure to tune in to Local Love to hear their track "Take Me"!

Featured artist for 8/6/15

This Could Be the Day have not only provided the La Crosse area with original Indie-Rock (not Metal) since 2007, but were also named the champions of the 2015 La Crosse Interstate Fair's Battle of the Bands. Made up of Matt Stryker, David Bashaw and Matt Gaworski, the trio has released three self-produced albums, and are currently working on a fourth. Stay up-to-date with news and music from This Could Be the Day by giving them a "like" on Facebook at www.facebook.com/tcbtd, and be sure to tune in to Local Love this Thursday night to hear This Could Be the Day's latest single "Counterfeit"!

Featured artist for 7/30/15

Of the Fact has been impacting the local music scene since 2009, and have only continued to grow since their emergence.  Some of their biggest influences include Blink-182, Taking Back Sunday, The Story So Far and Mayday Parade. Catchy choruses along with fantastic stage presence make Of the Fact one of the most entertaining Pop-Punk bands to come out of La Crosse... and now they've got a new album! Titled "Adjust", Of the Fact released their new 4-track album on July 25, 2015. A physical copy can be purchased at ofthefactmerch.bigcartel.com, while all tracks are available for download at ofthefact.bandcamp.com. Don't forget to tune in to Local Love this Thursday night to hear their single off Adjust, "Settle In"!

Featured artist for 7/23/15

For six years, Nick Maas was the singer, songwriter and guitarist for La Crosse rock band, Neon. After the split of Neon, Nick continued to write and release music as a solo artist. The Beach Boys, The Beatles, Oasis, Tame Impala and Fleetwood Mac are only a couple of artists that have influenced Nick Maas in his songwriting. You'll be able to catch tastes of those influences in his two singles It Just Didn't Matter and Summer. There is much hope for a full album in the months to come, so be sure to keep up to date with the latest news and releases by visiting facebook.com/nickmaasmusic. Nick will also be performing live this Friday (July 24, 2015) at the Warehouse! You can also snag a preview of Nick Maas' music this Thursday night on Local Love as we'll be featuring his single "Summer"!

Featured artist for 7/16/15

Meet the Space Heaters. Also known as one of La Crosse's most entertaining original alternative-rock/Indie/Ska bands, the Space Heaters bring a party-like atmosphere to not only their recorded albums, but to each and every live performance. Catchy choruses, horns, groovy bass lines and their overall energy will make you want to get out of your seat and dance along with their music! If you like the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Reel Big Fish, Kings of Leon or even Third Eye Blind, you'll definitely want to give the Space Heaters a listen. Check them out at spaceheaters.bandcamp.com and tune in to Local Love this Thursday night to hear their track Heliocentric!