Electro Press Kit

Cullah (Milwaukee, WI) is a multi-disciplinary musician and engineer who writes, records, and releases an album every year on April 27th (his birthday) since 2006. Each album reflects the eclectic musical styles that Cullah draws from -- an autobiographical journey of musical expression. His mother was one of seventeen children all classicly trained musicians who performed The Wolff Family Band. His father is a mathematician and computer scientist raised on a Missouri farm, entranced with the Earth and the limits of the cosmos. With the juxtaposition of the two inspirations and tools, Cullah was brought up with the awareness of the balance between the creative and logical aspects of natural law.

Cullah's ability to bend and transcend genres leads for an exciting and captivating performance through style and sound. Cullah's unassuming presence exists in stark contrast to his voluminous vocal chords. If you get the chance to meet Ian, it is difficult to imagine the sound of his voice coming out of his body. But it is his singing voice that makes that inner monologue so much more powerful. Listening isn’t optional, you’re going to hear it whether you like it or not.

Genre-busting Milwaukee singer Cullah is a restless soul, a natural crooner whose tastes lean toward a little bit of everything. Cullah's excess of albums comes with an excess of genres and creative pursuits. It is quite tough to put your finger on Cullah and how he joins so many familiar territories we've never heard together in such a way. It's a marvelous thing to witness and follow Cullah in his autobiographical journey and vocation of music.



Cullah & The Comrades play a spectacle of Milwaukee strut -n- stroll rock -n- roll. Powerful soulful and funky riffs are to be had. The Comrades packs a punch and certain spectacular.


Photo by April Heath
Cullah & The Copperheads are an original roots-oriented folk ensemble focusing on raw natural elements of harmony, storytelling, and texture. Delicious three-part harmonies, banjos, upright bass, and fiddle; all the necessary ingredients for both lamentation and jubilation.


I Don’t Mind It

Helios 3

I Ceased To Be

Be Nine To Thrive

DMOFF AWARD - Best Jury Award - November 2019 TOP 10 of Week (7th Rank) of 46th Week of 2019 TOP 10 of Week (4th Rank) of 47th Week of 2019



Cullah releases all his music under a royalty-free creative commons license. Also, he releases the music open-source.

Check out this conversation with Cullah and Chris Messina (inventor of the hashtag).


"You will be hard pressed to find any act, local or otherwise, that sounds like Milwaukee’s Cullah."
- Breaking and Entering

"I’m not sure there is a better pure vocalist in Milwaukee (or possibly even in the 500 mile radius). "
- Commonstate

"With a unique voice, eclectic palate and magnetic presence, Cullah is a standout and his progression as an artist has been manifold — in the studio and out."
- RadioMilwaukee

“There’s something very special about Cullah that draws people to his music and makes his supporters stick around for the long haul.”
- Michele Rosado — Smoky Water Studio

"Rhodes-biased soul funk, delicious autotuned vocals, down-tempo-dominated and chiptune-backed rhythms,
synthesized psychedelic buzz girders, rolling-crackling electro synths, and even a bit louchè dance beats.

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Nominated for five 2017 889 RadioMilwaukee Music Awards

Album of The Year  | Song of The Year | Best Album Artwork | Solo Artist of the Year | Independent Release of the Year


Nominated for five 2018 889 RadioMilwaukee Music Awards

Album of The Year  | Song of The Year | Best Album Artwork | Solo Artist of the Year | Best Music Video


Nominated for four 2019 889 RadioMilwaukee Music Awards

Album of The Year  | Song of The Year | Solo Artist of the Year | Best Music Video