Uvulittle Artists

Beau O'Reilly

Beau O’Reilly is a founding member of the legendary cabaret art rock band Maestro Subgum and the Whole; the harmony- and lyric-driven band The Crooked Mouth, now in its tenth year; and the Curious Theatre Branch, an original theater company Beau founded with Jenny Magnus in 1988. He has written and performed on more than a dozen studio albums, and created THRIFTY over several months beginning in 2020.

Grape Juice Plus / Barry Bennett

Barry is a jeff nominated maker of theatrical music and sound with over 40 world premieres, a multitude of albums under his own name and as a band leader -- with the seminal trance outfit, MiLkBabY and the retro future space prog group, Grape Juice plus.

Barry is a proud associate artist with 16th Street Theater, Winifred Haun & Dancers, and director of Impending Behavior Orchestra.

Other companies he has worked with since coming to Chicagoland...[more]

Jack The Dog

Jack the Dog is an experimental music duo founded in 1994 in Chicago, Illinois by Carrie Biolo (percussion/composer) and Jeffrey Kowalkowski (piano/composer). Biolo and Kowalkowski have been creating music together for over 2 decades. The two met in college at DePaul University when Kowalkowski needed a percussionist for a premiere at the Green Mill. Becoming instant contemporaries, Kowalkowski started composing numerous percussion works specifically for Biolo to perform. Over time,...[more]

[title] - Jenny Magnus

"Everything a performance artist should be: subversive, personal, stimulating, a little scary and simply amazing.." - Chicago Tribune

Jenny Magnus is a Chicago-based performer, writer, director, producer and teacher.

Founding member of the Maestro Subgum and the Whole, Magnus' voice is front and center on Songs From Shows.

Magnus has contributed to cultural life in Chicago for 13 years as a founding member of The Curious Theatre Branch, The Lunar Cabaret and the...[more]

[title] - Jim Schwall

Jim Schwall, Guitar, Mandolin, singer-songwriter - is the co-leader of the Siegel-Schwall Band, "one of the best acts in America", - Billboard Magazine.

After playing drums and accordion in elementary school, Jim Schwall found the guitar in high school and has never put it down for long. In college, Jim met piano/harmonica player Corky Siegel and formed the Siegel-Schwall Band. Siegel-Schwall toured full-time for about ten years, releasing over a dozen albums on Vanguard and Wooden...[more]


Channeling the jangly garage rock vibe from Velvet Underground to Beat Happening, Ladyscissors mixes in a healthy dose of doo-wop vocals to create their debut album, Glitterbox.

Lorrie Hurckes - guitar, vox
Brent George - guitar
Anne Bull - bass, vox
Stephanie Rearick - drums, vox

Maestro Subgum and the Whole

Music with Teeth for People with Gums..

This fantastically creative rock/cabaret band out of Chicago is long gone, releasing their last album in 1995. Their eight studio albums have been out of print for way too long.

To remedy that, Uvulittle Records has re-mastered and has re-released all the original albums plus previously un-available live and studio material.


Maestro Subgum and the Whole is the brainchild of...[more]


MiLkBabY formed in late '97 and have released 5 CDs and scored several world premire dance and theatre pieces. MiLkBabY is famous for their trancendental live performances bringing the avant and immediate nature of improvisation to the tribal / electronic realm and have shared the stage with luminaries such as Kahil El Zabar, Fareed Haque, Paul Wertico, and The Frogs. MiLkBabY's music, though strange and unique, seems to be enjoyed and cherished by a wide range of fans whether they be young...[more]

[title] - Pascal

The Nashville Rage says, "...sounds something like Will Oldham and Beck drunk on Robitussin (in other words, dark, weird, creepy and really cool)"
Sea of Tranquility says, "Take Violent Femmes frontman Gordon Gano, lock him in a cushioned cell with Beck and invite David Byrne circa the early-1980s for a visit, and you'll get some idea of what punk folkie balladeer Pascal is all about... Pascal's eclectic music, his distinct voice and bizarre stories will warm your ears while they chill...[more]

Stephanie Rearick

Stephanie Rearick is a solo artist from Madison Wisconsin. She also plays drums and shares vocal duties in the guitar-pop band Ladyscissors. Previous bands include Your Mom SRO and The Coma Savants.

"Amanda Palmer gone psychedelic and retro -- one of the rawest, most original aesthetics we've heard in awhile." -- Keyboard Magazine

Rearick has issued 7 full-length solo releases plus recordings with Your Mom, Your Mom SRO and The Coma Savants, along with side work with musicians...[more]

Stephanie Rearick Jr.

Stephanie Rearick Jr. -- Stephanie Rearick's latest project features her with her casio, trumpet and loop pedal. Some will be familiar to her fans but bunches of new, too and it is different enough to require its own name.

Susan & Richard Thomas

In those feverish days of the 1970s contemporary folk music was vital. As an earnest young songwriter, I lived and breathed my songs, striving for lyrics and melodies to shake up people or soothe their souls, not always succeeding, but always feeling that it was worth the effort. Richard and I rehearsed relentlessly, fine-tuning the shapes of our chords and voices to bring emotions and messages to life. The coffee house circuit was serious business, because for the most part, audiences...[more]

The Coma Savants

It all started in the fall of 2001...

Your Mom SRO had been working on what would have been their third album when the band decided to call it quits. Very quickly, a new concept came forward and The Coma Savants came into being.

The first order of business was to head to Broken Horsey Studio with Ed Reardon and Jenny Hanson. Over the course of 5 days, The Savants recorded all the basic tracks for what would become their debut, Coma Savant.

The album, released on...[more]

The Crooked Mouth

The Crooked Mouth is Beau O'Reilly and Jenny Magnus (Maestro Subgum & The Whole) are joined by Ryan Wright (guitar, mandolin, and vocals), Troy Martin (guitar, banjo, uke, backup vocals) and Vicki Walden (bass, backup vocals, shaky egg.)

The result is a string band cabaret that is folksy, honest and, at times, brutally beautiful. Based in Chicago, please welcome The Crooked Mouth.

Notes on The CROOKed MOUTH.
ME: I am at my most joyful on stage, in a band, singin raw...[more]

The Hidden Chronicles

Beau O’Reilly and Miki Greenberg

The There Was A Mans

Slightly left-of-kilter rock outfit based around the keyboard stylings of Stephanie Rearick (The Coma Savants, Your Mom SRO, Ladyscissors..) Using a Casio Tone, trumpet and her very own voice, Rearick constructs elaborate soundscapes with a Boss Loopstation. Guitarist Jon Hain (Coma Savants, Your Mom SRO) scribbles all over that with jangly, feedbacky, bursts of sound as David Fawcett (Your Mom, Mary Beautifuls) taps out a beat on his electronic drum pads. Rock and roll.

[title] - Yid Vicious

" with the electricity of real life..."

Klezmer, klezmer, klezmer!!

This 7 piece traditional klezmer band adds just a hint of rock to create an instant party.


Other Artists We Work With

Aaron Scholz

Born and raised in Iowa, Aaron Scholz spent many years obsessing over his father's collection of Beatles, Who and Dylan records. He sang in the school choir and took some peripheral guitar lessons but never considered music as a way of life.

Active Percussion Duo

Michael Brenneis & Geoff Brady present a suite of compositions and improvisations for percussion duet.
The duo perform on a multitude of instruments, including: marimbas, drum kits, prepared drum kit, vessels,

Amelia Royko

Drawing strongly on the inspirations from her past, Amelia pushes folk and rock arrangements in bold new directions with an edge that can only come from years of live performing. Her voice captures the ears of audiences and holds them fast while the soul of her music demands their hearts.

Andy Ewen

Andy is a mainstay of the Madison music scene. He has fronted the pycho-blues rock band, Honor Among Thieves for over 20 years. His solo work is dramatic and emotionally poignant.

Bob Manor

If you like rockin Americana with a touch of alt country twang you very well might fall in love with this band.

Bob Westfall

Bob Westfall is a master of both mandolin and guitar. His catchy original tunes and stylish renditions of Gypsy Jazz set the heart soaring and the feet tapping.

His music sits firmly in the world of acoustic singer songriter with a nod to world traditions.

[title] - Bugattitype 35

In September of '95, Smart Studios engineer Wendy Schneider formed Bugatti Type 35 as a vehicle for her songwriting efforts.

Caravan Gypsy Swing Ensemble

Caravan Gypsy Swing Ensemble is an instrumental group based out of Madison, Wisconsin. They are primarily influenced by the legendary Gypsy guitarist Django Reinhardt. The ensemble is also influenced by jazz, swing, traditional Latin, Parisian waltzes, and other vintage-jazz sources.

db pedersen

A break from the traditional Tuvans, db built his singing style on the farm in Wisconsin. db is a self taught throat singer, nature mimic, and multi voiced performance artist who has recorded an album of compositions loosely based on the archetypal journey of childhood and adolescence.

Ed Anders Quartet

The Ed Anders Quartet is a contemporary jazz ensemble that blends elements of bebop, cool jazz, fusion and rock music. Co-founded by saxophonist Anders Svanoe and guitarist Ed Fila in 1994, the EAQ has recorded three albums of original music that showcase their imaginative group sound.

Elizabeth Schaefer

Singer and songwriter Elizabeth Schaefer is a talented and unique performer. Born in Waukegan, Illinois in '74 and presently a resident and active member of the music scene in Madison, Wisconsin, Schaefer has performed from Copenhagen to London to Greenwich Village to New Orleans to Chicago.

Erica Mather Trio

As a pianist, Mather has set herself apart with styles ranging from stright-ahead swing to funk to latin to pure art chamber music.

Geoffrey Brady

Geoffrey Brady has performed in many varied groups over the years: from the manic klezmer-punk band Yid Vicious, to the laundromat-touring prog-rock/jazz collective Yammer, to the hedonistic sonic terrorists The Disposable Art Ensemble, to the straight-laced Madison Symphony Orchestra.

Hanah Jon Taylor Artet

Avant-garde saxophone master, Taylor also plays wind-synth and flute.

Voted "Best Jazz Artist" in the 2006 Madison Area Music Awards.

Honor Among Thieves

Honor Among Thieves is one of Madison Wisconsin's hottest bands. They play their own style of pumped up psycho-roots rock that has been compared to Tom Waits on cocaine.

Ivan Klipstein

Around 1994, Ivan Klipstein of Madison, Wisconsin began recording and performing his unique brand of rock n' roll music. Over the course of three very different albums and several tours, he honed his ever-changing trademark style.

[title] - Jack Sayre

At an early age Jack Sayre became intrigued with odd music through exploring his father's massive and eclectic record collection. The collection was chalked full of kitschy pop, early synthesizer experiments, quadraphonic demos, as well as, jazz, classical, country, rock, and others.

[title] - Jerry Alexander

Jerry performed for years with Paul Black in The Alexander/Black Blues Band (later known as "Kings of the World") one of the truly legendary bands in Madison's music history.

Josh Cole

After appearing with Wilco, Patty Griffin and Chuck Prophet on Paste magazine's first-ever CD sampler, Josh Cole ventured out as a wandering philosopher, a singing vagabond, a guitar-toting gourmet cook.

Katie Todd

Piano-centric pop. Katie Todd rocks.

Makeshift Ego

Makeshift Ego is an acoustic rock duo. Kari and Shane both began as solo artists playing completely different styles of music. In the fall of 2004, they met and decided to become an official band.

Mary Bue

“There is a curious power in the ability to view one’s life with an unjaundiced eye. It’s not about being fearless, although that doesn’t hurt, it’s about the ferocity of spirit required to accept the world as it is and move forward from there.

Matt Moran

Matt Moran is a percussionist in New York City who graduated from the New England Conservatory of Music and has worked in a number of interesting groups, including William Parker's big band. Good solid album with focused ensemble work and intense solos.

Matt Turner

Matt Turner is regarded as one of the world's leading improvising cellists. Equally adept in many styles, Turner performs everything from jazz standards and twentieth century new music to alternative rock and improvised avant-garde.

Michael Brenneis' Tomato Box

Michael Brenneis is a percussionist and composer. His Tomato Box project highlights his skills alongside Saxophone, Clarinet, Marimba, Theremin and Bass. Great creative music!

Nils Bultmann

Nils Bultmann is an exceptionally unique and eclectic musician who is extremely committed to finding and developing his own voice within the context of a wide variety of musical styles and art forms. Bultmann received his B.A.


From folkrock to indie to psychedelic, NoahJohn constantly re-invents themselves in new and surprising ways.

Nob Hill Boys

Traditional bluegrass music.

[title] - Pablo Jones

Pablo is a Minneapolis based singer-songwriter. He has performed throughout the U.S. and has released two full-length CD's: Vulgar Modalities (1998 Spiderbone Records) and Bitches and Machines (2001 Sursumcorda).

Painted Saints

Painted Saints hail from Denver, Colorado and subscribe themselves to a spaghetti western/gypsy/chamber country/sad bastard school of music.

Prague 24

Lively traditional klezmer.

Richard Wiegel

Richard Wiegel has been a fixture on the Wisconsin music scene for more than 30 years. In groups like the The Midwesterners, Johnny and the Hawaiians, Out of the West, The Swing Crew, Clicker and the Bowery Boys, Richard's guitar playing has always been exciting and stirring.

Ritt Deitz

Acoustic roots rock.

Rose Polenzani

"As holy as a mystic, and profane as your perverted fantasies." This is how Amy Ray (Indigo Girls) described Rose Polenzani before signing her to Daemon Records in 1998.

Sara Pace

Having parents who kept more records on their shelves than anything else, Sara Pace spent hours of her childhood curled up on the couch listening to albums -- reading lyric jackets as if they were books.

Scott Fields

Composer, improvisor, band-leader, etc.. Scott Fields writes and records some of the most interesting and charged music going on today.

Sunshine For The Blind

Sunshine For The Blind plays edgy guitar rock that features emotional vocals, vintage guitar sounds, driving, minimalistic drums beats and some of the tighteset basslines you've ever heard. The songs are catchy and accessable, combining classic rock sounds with a unique, modern sensibilty.

The Lonelyhearts

Chilling storytellers. Haunting music with one foot in the pop world and the other sad sad music of all types.

Andre Perry (vox, keyboards) and John Lindenbaum (vox,guitar).

The Midwesterners

The Midwesterners released their first CD in 1991 and have been performing in the Madison area ever since. Their music runs the gamut from rock to twang to rockabilly and all points between.

"likeable roots rock... ...brainy honky tonk." - The Isthmus


The world's most wicked all-female punk metal band

[title] - Various Artists - Compilations

This category is for collections by multiple artists.

Your Mom SRO

Because it conflicted with the moniker of some band in California, Madison's Your Mom recently had to change its name.