From Culturemob.com: Wiscon, Pushing and Pulling at Seattle’s Musical Boundaries

Wiscon's enigmatic keyboardist Paul Morgan. Wiscon plays the Highline on Capital Hill Jan 12th. Doors @ 9:30pm.

Wiscon's enigmatic keyboardist Paul Morgan. Wiscon plays the Highline on Capital Hill Jan 12th. Doors @ 9:30pm.

Aaron Morgan’s (Artist of the IIWII Project) is one busy bee. Besides IIWII, he’s got an blog Art-Bullshit-Music (or ABM, he’s a big fan of initials apparently) and a band–Wiscon

Here’s an interview with the wacky members of Wiscon. Check it out.

Local indy band Wiscon is part of Seattle’s newest wave of bands injecting the music scene with vitality. While watching them live at the Funhouse, I wrote string after string of ever changing descriptors. Every song showed a different aspect to the band. I scribbled words, oftentimes more than once, in an attempt to quantify their sound. Here is a brief list of those words: modern, pop, punk, industro, synth, and – many, many times – catchy. My best, or at least closest, phrase was “ultra-catchy synth pop punk.” Yet, it doesn’t do Wiscon’s diverse and eclectic sound real justice. At times, I heard an unrepentant, straight-forward punk driven sound coming through loud and clear. At other moments I found myself swept away on a kitschy, but undeniably catchy, riff. It was this interesting musical diversity that led me to hunt them down for an interview.
Read the full story here!

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