Badger Senate is based on one simple premise, no one knows good music better than the college hipster. In 2011 after Rolling Stone Magazine published a good review of Eric Clapton’s utterly unlistenable Old Sock, it
became the responsibility of Badger Senate’s founders to make sure that real and honest reviews and commentary of music, free of political relations with artists, had a place to be shared. Badger Senate is that place.
Badger Senate is a collective forum which aims to create an accurate cross section of the U.S.’s music opinions formed by the one person who knows music best: the college kid.
Do we get along? Hardly. Do we agree? Never. But that’s what Badger Senate is: Underground, confrontational, and utterly and entirely free. So if you’re tired to Rolling Stone, Pitchfork, and other media reviews that are less than accurate and even less honest, come to the land of the free and the home of the badger where your opinions matter and say with us, free at last Free at last, thank God almighty, music commentary is free at last!