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    Sleeping With Sirens’ Gossip Tour hits Cabooze

    Sleeping With Sirens brought their pop-rock Gossip tour to the Cabooze last night. I arrived right as the first act, Southpaw, took the stage and the crowd was relatively thin at the time. The demographic was as expected for a more pop-punk type of bill, with more concertgoers wearing X’s on their hands than not. […] More

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    Børns captivates the Palace Theatre

    Singer-songwriter, Garrett Borns, returned to the Twin Cities last night in promotion of his latest album, Blue Madonna. Supported by Mikky Ekko and Charlotte Cardin, the Michigan-turned-California native performed a dreamy set to a sold-out Palace Theatre. Sporting a velvet bomber jacket and a burly beard, John Sudduth, better known as Mikky Ekko, opened the […] More

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    Snowta NYE Recap: Day One

    One of the Twin Cities’ biggest New Years Eve festivities, Snowta, returned to the Minneapolis Convention Center for the second year in a row. The two-day festival boasts a solid lineup of electronic artists, DJ’s, and rappers. While EDM isn’t necessarily my favorite genre of music, the atmosphere is always entertaining. Despite the -30 degree […] More

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    Kelis, Leikeli47, and Milk take Skyway Theatre

    Oh, Skyway Theatre. After a handful of bad experiences I swore I’d never go back to the less than classy establishment until Red Bull Sound Select and Flip Phone announced their stacked female lineup headlined by R&B legend, Kelis. Initially the bill had up-and-coming Korean-American rapper, Yaeji, listed but she had to drop out due […] More

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    Grieves Captivates First Avenue

    Notable Rhymesayers signee, Grieves, headlined First Avenue for the fourth time last night. The Seattle-based rapper and producer is wrapping up his tour in promotion of his latest album, Running Wild, released on August 25th. Sean Anonymous opened the night with guest appearances from Finding Novyon, Sophia Eris, Dwynell Roland, and Chance York. His high […] More

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    Great Good Fine Ok bring Shimmer Pop Tunes to the Entry

    Jon Sandler (vocals) and Luke Moellman (producer/keys), are no strangers to the Entry. Headlining the venue for the third time, the New Yorkers had a nearly sold-out room of fans dancing along to their synthy-pop jams. Supporting act, Tigertown, rolled through the Entry a few months ago with Verite and per usual, they did not […] More

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    LANY and Dagny take on First Avenue

    When it comes to die-hard fan bases, pop trio, LANY, have one of the greatest. Fervent fans braved the chilly weather for hours, lining up at the mainroom as early as 3 AM for a chance to see Paul Klein (vocals, guitar), Les Priest (keys), and Jake Goss (drums) up close. When doors rolled around, […] More

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    Max Frost Headlines the Entry

    Austin native, Max Frost, brought his “one-man musical experience” to 7th Street Entry on Saturday. The twenty-five year old used looping pedals to build every track, live producing with drums, guitar, bass, keys, and vocals. The unique performance enthralled the lively crowd as he played through his original songs like “$Dreams,” “Afraid of Love,” and “Eleven […] More

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    Milky Chance’s Blossom Tour comes to Minneapolis

    Gene Evaro Jr opened the night with his funky jams reminiscent of the 60’s and 70’s. The ravey Skyway Theatre proved to be an appropriate host for the German trio with hoopers and poi spinners in attendance pairing well with Milky Chance’s electronic-folk sound and impressive light show. They opened their set with new songs […] More

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    Queens Of The Stone Age & Royal Blood at Roy Wilkens

    Queens Of The Stone Age graced the stage at Roy Wilkins Auditorium for a rocking set on Saturday. Brighton natives, Royal Blood, opened for the California rock veterans, who have been at the tour game since 1996. Composed of Mike Kerr (vocals/guitar) and Ben Thatcher (drums), the two played a ten-song set including hits “Lights Out,” […] More

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    Jon Bellion at Myth Live [EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS & REVIEW]

    A queue of eager fans wrapped around the venue over an hour before doors opened- some getting there as early as 5:00 AM. Their sheer dedication and enthusiasm set the tone for the night before the show even started. As the room filled past capacity, American Idol alum, Clark Beckham, took the stage. He was […] More

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    311 Rocks Myth Live

    Jon Wayne & The Pain opened the night with some mellow rock tunes and were a logical paring to play with 311. The dread-headed band used a plethora of eccentric instruments including an electric clarinet, flute, bongos, and a melodica for an eclectic sound. 311 brought a fan-service set of genre-melding hits spanning their twenty-seven year career. […] More

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