Hailing from Austin, TX, What Made Milwaukee Famous features Jeremy Bruch (drums), John Farmer (bass), Michael Kingcaid (vocals/guitar), and Drew Patrizi (keyboards). The indie rock and roll quartet came collectively in 2003 to make a playful indie rock and roll sound that’s perfect for followers of Brendan Benson, Spoon, as well as the Wrens. In 2005, What Produced Milwaukee Famous performed alongside Franz Ferdinand on Austin Town Limits, becoming mostly of the unsigned acts to try out the celebrated PBS display. With extra showings at South by Southwest and an attribute on DJ Steve Lamacq’s BBC digital train station 6 Music, What Produced Milwaukee Famous authorized to Barsuk in June 2006. A remastered, and somewhat edited, version of the 2004 debut, Attempting to Never Capture Up, showed up with four fresh songs in August. For his or her next recording, the music group added guitarist Jason Davis (whom Kincaid experienced known since senior high school, when they had been in a music group collectively) and got creation help from Chris Michaels, who’d toured with Sparklehorse. The completed item, What Doesn’t Destroy Us, then arrived in early 2008.