Indie Rockers Wilder Maker Seek Help in Recovering Stolen Gear


  • Photo via Twitter
While backed into a spot in a Cleveland parking structure this weekend, the Brooklyn-based indie rock band Wilder Maker, who played CODA during Taste of Tremont on Saturday and then played Stone Tavern in Kent on Sunday, was robbed.

“We would love to recover our gear,” the band tweeted, adding that the stolen items include a Death by Audio reverberation machine, a Yamaha Reface CP, a Korg bag, a Korg Minilogue, and various other microphones and cables.

Anyone with information can contact the band on Twitter.

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