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    Eaux Claires Brings Paul Simon, Chance The Rapper & More

    Over the last couple of years, the Eaux Claires music festival that takes place in Eau Claire, Wisconsin has boasted some pretty impressive lineups. The curators of the festival, Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon, and The National’s Aaron Dessner have done a good job of assembling a roster which offers a healthy mix of celebrated headliners, […] More

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    Hippo Campus Captivates First Avenue

    Promoting their debut LP, Landmark, Minnesota natives Hippo Campus took on their first of two sold-out nights at First Avenue last Saturday and they did not disappoint. Eager fans flocked to First Avenue hours before doors opened, braving the cold weather in hopes of snagging a spot within the first few rows of the floor. […] More

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    Video Premiere, The Everett Interpretation – Laniakea

    Debut of the new single and video “Lanikea” from The Everett Interpretations debut studio album ‘Tangerine Screams” out on Subaquatic Records Feb 10th on CD / Tape / Vinyl They Have an upcoming “Rock Show” February 11th which they are trying to raise money on Go Fund me “To build a large pile of rocks… and keep a multi […] More

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    Jon Wayne and the Pain: Live w/Dead Larry in St. Cloud 11/11/16

      Last Saturday I woke a little tired and my mind is a bit foggy which is proof that Friday night was EPIC! A friend and I ventured to St. Cloud, Minnesota, about an hour drive from home, to dance the night away with Jon Wayne and the Pain. I had been searching for a positive night away from reality and this adventure was everything I […] More

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    Saint Motel + JR JR + Weathers Concert Review

      Thursday night’s show at Varsity Theater in Minneapolis featured a lineup consisting of openers, Weathers, a Los Angeles based quartet formed in 2015, followed by Weathers was the Detroit based duo JR JR. Headliners for the show were relative veterans, Saint Motel, a quartet also based out of Los Angeles who was in the middle […] More

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    Step Rockets Interview – No Signs of Slowing Down

    Minneapolis indie rock group, Step Rockets has seemingly came out of nowhere within the last few months. However, they’ve been silently making moves for about two years. Their recent release of their single “Kisser” has sparked a wild fire across the web. Only 13 days after the release of “Kisser”, the track hit #1 on Hype Machine. […] More

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    Cage The Elephant Unleashes On The Target Center

    In a state which is most known for horse racing, college basketball, and Kentucky Fried Chicken, rock God’s, Cage The Elephant have been giving KFC a run for their money since 2006. The Kentucky-based group consists of vocalist Matthew Shultz, guitarist Brad Shultz, drummer Jared Champion and bassist Daniel Tichenor, and two touring musicians keyboardist/guitarist Matthan Minster […] More

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    Avicii Retires Due To Health Issues

    Swedish electronic DJ Tim Bergling, also known as Avicii has officially retired from the party life of a touring artist. Avicii announced in an open letter on the landing page of his website, beginning with many thank yous to his friends, family, staff, and fans. Now at 26, Avicii has reached great heights in his music […] More

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    Hands Like Houses To Release “Dissonants” February 26th

    Review by Nick Zimmerman & Jared Wacholz Nick’s Take: The past few years have been busy for Australian-rockers Hands Like Houses. From signing with Rise Records – a post-hardcore label known for acts such as Memphis May Fire and Sleeping With Sirens – and charting second on Billboard’s US Heatseekers chart with their debut album […] More

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    Twenty One Pilots: Fireworks at the Myth

      The Columbus, Ohio based band Twenty One Pilots has done it again. Singer Tyler Joseph and drummer Josh Dun never cease to impress fans with their electrifying songs and ever improving presentation. Despite having only two members in the band, they have no trouble outdoing just about any other performance I have ever seen. […] More

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