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    Ghost Celebrates Release of New Album at Palace Theatre

    Less than twenty-four hours after their show in Milwaukee was abruptly canceled due to a medical emergency which ultimately led to the passing of an audience member, Ghost was back in action Friday night in St. Paul, celebrating the release of their fourth studio album, Prequelle. The sold-out show was part of their “Rats! On The Road” […] More

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    Bruno Major Releases Video for “Home,” Hits 7th St Entry on Thursday

    In preparation for the second leg of his North American tour, London-native Bruno Major released a new video for his song, “Home” earlier this month. The melancholic video, illuminated by streetlights and neon signs, takes Bruno back in time through the first leg of his debut solo North American tour, showing him playing to packed crowds, […] More

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    Northern Invasion Brings Over 25,000 Screaming Metalheads to Somerset

    Celebrating its fourth year, Northern Invasion once again took over the Somerset Amphitheater in Somerset, WI for two days full of headbanging, mosh pits, and all sorts of debauchery. With headliners such as Tool, Avenged Sevenfold, Alice In Chains, and A Perfect Circle, it’s an exemplary mixture of metal bands both old and new, and it’s […] More

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    Jukebox the Ghost Hit the High Notes at Varsity Theater

    When you go to see a band that has often been described as a “Queen soundalike,” expectations can understandably be quite high. Although people likely think that description contains nothing but praise, statements like that can also set the bar at an almost unreachable height. How I Met Your Mother fans can equate it to […] More

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    Tech N9ne Brings The King, The Clown, and The G to The Armory

    I first heard Tech N9ne’s music just over nine years ago. I saw him perform live for the first time on June 4th, 2009 at a place called the Pearl Room just outside of Chicago. Since then, I have purchased over thirty albums released from his Strange Music Inc. imprint and seen him perform eleven […] More

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    Kate Nash Fills Fine Line With Angst

    It’s no secret that female representation in punk music is severely lacking these days. With more and more all-male bands continuing to dominate the genre, it’s becoming increasingly difficult to identify female-led bands that exemplify the same power & angst on which their male counterparts thrive. While of course there are still plenty of incredibly […] More

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    Minneapolis Rapper Prof Transforms Into Pookie Baby [INTERVIEW]

    No artist has emerged from Minnesota and walked their own private catwalk quite like Prof. After spending the early part of the 2010’s cultivating a strong, loyal following, and distributing nearly 200,000 records through his own imprint, Stophouse, his 2013 signing to Rhymesayers Entertainment helped propel him to the next stage of his career when […] More

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    Weird Al Strips Down at Pantages Theatre

    If you’re anything like my girlfriend, leading into Wednesday night you had absolutely no idea that Weird Al Yankovic does, in fact, write original music. Referred to by Weird Al himself as “All the songs you usually skip over” the Ridiculously Self-Indulgent Ill-Advised Vanity Tour was his attempt to finally showcase all of his favorites from over […] More

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    ON THE RADAR: Chad Atkins Preps For ‘Homecoming’ Tour [INTERVIEW]

    Minneapolis-based EDM/Pop artist Chad Atkins has been a very busy man since August. After releasing his debut album, Stories, on August 25th, Atkins has performed a handful of dates with his Nice Guy Entertainment labelmates at various clubs around the Cities, as well as releasing a three-song EP last month. Now, Atkins finds himself on the […] More

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    The Oh Hellos Sing Their Hearts Out at Varsity Theater

    Thursday night brought flannel, Doc Martens, Brixton hats, and The Oh Hellos to the newly renovated Varsity Theater in Minneapolis. Out in support of their most recent release, Eurus, the brother & sister duo was joined by openers Lowland Hum, for a night full of folk and indie rock tunes. I arrived at my first show at […] More

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    ON THE RADAR: Kiss The Tiger Drops Video for “Starting To See You”

    Kiss the Tiger, the female-fronted, five-piece, rock ‘n’ roll troublemakers from Minneapolis, Minnesota released their first official music video for their song “Starting To See You” earlier this month. The song was featured on their most recent release, Elliot Park, a four-song EP that came out in November of last year. The video, which was shot entirely inside (and […] More

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    Prof Announces New Album; Releases Video for “Andre The Giant”

    Minneapolis-based rapper Prof announced this morning that he will release his latest full-length album, titled Pookie Baby, on April 13th. Being released via Rhymesayers Entertainment, the album will be the much-anticipated follow-up to his Billboard charting 2015 album Liability.  Pookie Baby ups the quotient of raps and raucousness over the course of its 15 new tracks (check out […] More

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