Garbage at The Rave
More Just Announced
- John C. Reilly And Friends to play two intimate, underground shows in Miller Caves
- Melvins celebrate 30th anniversary, bring Mudhoney along for show at Turner Hall
- You know what, Stuart? The Dead Milkmen are playing Shank Hall June 6
- Paul McCartney to play Miller Park July 16
- Summerfest (and Lewis Black) confirm Avett Brothers, LL Cool J, MGMT, more for 2013 Big Gig
Casual fans probably remember Garbage best for “Only Happy When It Rains” and a few other lesser hits of the same vintage. More dedicated followers are well aware that the band continued to put out solid material well into this century, through 2005’s Bleed Like Me, the band’s chart-topping album. A greatest-hits package in 2007 kept hope alive for fans, and that hope paid off a few years later when a new album was announced. That record, Not Your Kind Of People, hit the streets last year, just in time for the band to ride a wave of ’90s nostalgia and a renaissance of the kind of atmospheric, dirty avant-pop it pioneered.