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    Tycho Brings Tranquility to St. Paul

    Scott Hansen, the face behind Tycho is a man of many talents. Not only is he an amazing musician, but he is also an extraordinary visual artist. A quick google search of his band name will showcase a plethora of aesthetically pleasing imagery that perfectly matches the vibe of his extremely soothing music.  The Sacramento […] More

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    Blink-182 Celebrate 20 Years of “Enema of the State”

    This past week, Green Day announced a dream tour with Fall Out Boy and Weezer. With the price of concert tickets these days, it is safe to say that line-up is everything. So, when Blink-182 announced they were touring with Lil Wayne, fans weren’t exactly thrilled.  Last night, Blink-182 brought their tour celebrating the 20th […] More

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    Song-Telling Tuesday: Haley and the Poetry of a Patriot

    “Anyone can do ambient sounds, but it’s all about the feelings. Anybody can throw paint on a huge canvas and call it Jackson Pollock, but there’s a reason why things like that happen.” ~Haley Songwriting Since her first full album release in 2003, Haley McCallum has continued to evolve as a prominent songwriter in Minnesota. […] More

  • Thomas Rhett, Music In Minnesota, Xcel, Country

    Thomas Rhett Keeps The Summer Heat For The Xcel Energy Center

    Waiting for Thomas Rhett to hit the stage didn’t feel like a country concert! Welcome to today’s new country. The night featured a DJ who played between sets with a setlist that was anything but “country.” Thomas Rhett literally jumped into the show, bringing his crossover country, pop, and R&B hits to the Xcel Energy […] More

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    Long Live The Who

    You can’t say that The Who aren’t resilient.  Their first farewell tour took place – wait for it – 37 years ago. They might have gone back on their word, but you can’t fault their never-say-die attitude.   The Who were never the same after drummer Keith Moon died of a drug overdose in 1978. His eccentric attitude was as important to their aesthetic […] More

  • Kesha Rainbow Tour Mystic Lake Minnesota September 5 2019

    Kesha “Blow”s Mystic Lake Away

    When I was in high school, my friends and I listened to Kesha a lot. Frequently, I’d mention that she would be one of the few pop artists I’d love the chance to see live. Little did I know that about a decade later I would be fulfilling that wish.  As I got ready for […] More

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    Prof Releases Music Video for New Song “Cousins” feat. Cashinova

    Minnesota emcee PROF drops new single and music video “Cousins,” feat. Cashinova. PROF’s tongue-in-cheek charisma shines in the visuals from director Tomas Aksamit through a series of vignettes where the emcee appears to re-awaken in a string of comically outlandish scenarios. Following the success of PROF’s last album, Liability, “Cousins” pops as the first taste of what to expect from his […] More

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    2019 List: Top 10 Best Studio Headphones Under $150

    A comfortable, high-quality set of headphones is incredibly important for any musician, producer, or avid music listener. A cheap pair of headphones can cause headaches, ear fatigue, noise bleed, and give you a misrepresentation of sound, resulting in poor mixes. We’ve compiled a 2019 list of the most popular headphones under $150. Whether you’re looking […] More

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    Barns Courtney Ignites the Fine Line

    I saw Barns Courtney for the first time last fall when he opened for The Wombats at the Fine Line. Last night, he headlined to an almost sold-out room. I remember being impressed with his opening set last year, so I was highly anticipating seeing him again a year later at the same venue, but […] More

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