Blues-rock hasn’t gone out of style since the Stones made it a household genre. Today, it’s even more evident with blues-bringers such as the Black Keys and White Stripes, who still find a huge audience with rock traditionalists. The Pushers, an East Troy quartet, hones in on this still-fresh sound and makes it their own: lots of loud and crunchy guitars, harmonica and heavy-hitting drums dominate the band’s sound, lead by Nathan Rogers on guitar/vocals. Catch the band live tonight on the WMSE airwaves as they perform new material at 8 p.m. for Local/Live. Tune in at 91.7 FM on your radio or stream online at WMSE.org. Missed out? Catch it in the WMSE archives.