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Join us For The Tone Cluster #2 on December 1 at the High Noon

CRASHprez, WSUM’s Emili Earhart, and DJ Evan Woodward will join us to discuss the year in Madison arts and culture.

CRASHprez, WSUM’s Emili Earhart, and DJ Evan Woodward will join us to discuss the year in Madison arts and culture.

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CRASHprez.

CRASHprez.

Remember last month when we had a live podcast recording at the High Noon Saloon and called it The Tone Cluster? Well, we’re returning to the High Noon on December 1 from 6 to 8 p.m. for another round of music, community, and deep-digging conversations about arts and culture in Madison. The event is free and we’d love to see you there.

This time we’ve recruited a year-in-review panel to help us look back, if a bit prematurely, on the highlights of 2015. Michael Penn II is a writer, journalist, and rapper better known as CRASHprez. Emili Earhart is the music director at WSUM-FM. Evan Woodward is a wide-ranging DJ who spins frequently at Natt Spil, Maduro, and other venues, and also wields his sonic curation skills as a manger at Strictly Discs. I’ll be leading the conversation as we delve into the ups and downs of Madison’s arts and culture communities in 2015 and think about what’s ahead for next year.

The podcast recording itself starts at 6:30. Before and after that, Evan will be spinning some of his favorite music released in 2015.

Parts of the podcast will air later on WORT-FM’s In Our Backyard news show, and you can get the full thing by subscribing to our podcast feed on iTunes.

Thanks to WORT and MadCity Music Exchange for sponsoring the event.

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