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    Ten Years Wasn’t Long Enough for Aly & AJ

    Most of us probably remember Aly & AJ, even if we don’t know it. With songs like Potential Break Up Song and their pop-infused, earache inducing cover of Do You Believe In Magic scoring them two RIAA Certified Gold Records in the early-to-mid 2000’s, they were pretty much everywhere. In fact, at one point both […] More

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    Crystal Castles Cancels Tour Dates Amid Sexual Assault Allegations

    In response to the allegations brought against him on Tuesday, Crystal Castles founding member Ethan Kash has cancelled the remaining dates on his tour, including a performance at First Avenue that was slated for November 8th. Kath, who is denying all of the allegations against him, sent the following statement to Pitchfork via his attorney […] More

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    Girlpool Say Goodbye to Triple Rock

    LA-based duo Girlpool, comprised of Cleo Tucker and Harmony Tividad, have performed at Triple Rock Social Club many times over their short, but impressive career, but Monday night was their final time. The club will be closing for good late next month, a devastating loss for the Twin Cities indie music scene. Obviously emotional over […] More

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    NEEDTOBREATHE Sell-Out First Avenue

    I’ve lived in Minneapolis for a little over two years now, and while that isn’t a very long time, I have had the opportunity to see more than a few shows at First Avenue. I’ve seen shows with crowds both large and small, sold-out and not sold-out, and usually upon entering the club, you know which […] More

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    Legendary Minneapolis Concert Venue Closes It’s Doors

    Posted today via their official Facebook page, Triple Rock Social Club announced that November 22nd will be their last day in business. The bar and music venue first opened in 1998, and is owned by Erik and Gretchen Funk, of Minneapolis punk rock band the Dillinger Four. There was little information given about the reason for […] More

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    Knuckle Puck Shake-Up the Amsterdam

    It’s 8:30 PM on a cold, windy October night in St. Paul, Minnesota. I’m walking up to the doors of a venue I have never been to before, unsure of what to expect from the night. Like many millennials, pop-punk was a phase that I went through, long, long ago, but it is by no means my go-to genre when […] More

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    The Script Light Up Myth Live

    It’s a cold, rainy Sunday night in Northeast Minneapolis when my girlfriend and I get in our car and head out to Maplewood. Sundays are never the ideal days for concerts, after all, even the lord rests on Sunday, but nevertheless, we persist. I usually ride solo to cover concerts but I’m glad to have the backup […] More

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    Stone Sour Brings the Metal, Steel Panther Brings the Girls

    There is nothing quite like seeing Steel Panther in concert. If you are familiar with the band, you understand what I am talking about, but if you’re not, a quick breeze through some of their music videos might give you a hint of what can be expected. Now, mix that with a band fronted by […] More

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    Andrew W.K. Brings The Party To First Avenue

    How many times can I fit the word ‘party’ into this article? I have a feeling it’s going to be more than you, or even myself, is going to be comfortable with. What other treatment can I give the undoubted King of Partying, though? This is what Andrew wants, and what Andrew is going to […] More

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    Our PROF Outdoors 4 Experience [REVIEW + PHOTOS]

    After grinding in the Minneapolis hip-hop scene for over ten years, the local favorite, Prof has recently begun to make serious national traction on the back of his unique recordings, video content and must see live shows. The 4th consecutive year of Rhymesayers/ Stophouse Music Group event, PROF Outdoors, took place Saturday, September 9th at The […] More

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    Taylor Swift’s New Single F#&%!NG Sucks

    Taylor Swift, look what you made me do. You made me sit down on a Thursday night when I have plenty of other things I would rather focus my time on, and forced me to write an article that will most likely result in hundreds of adolescents, who don’t understand what good music is, blowing […] More

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    ON THE RADAR: Chad Atkins Gets Set to Release Debut Album ‘Stories’

    It’s easy to overlook the power that stories have on life, but as you listen to Chad Atkins’ debut album, Stories, their compelling power, and rightful place, becomes clear once again. Being released on August 25th, Stories is comprised of electronic beats, soulful lyrics, bright synths, and a liveliness that brings dancing back to the dance […] More

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