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    Liz Phair Returns to Sold Out First Avenue

    Liz Phair is busy. 2018 marks the 25th anniversary of her critically acclaimed Exile in Guyville, an album that Pitchfork considers one of the greatest of all time. The album set the tone for much of the 90’s, all thanks to Phair’s signature sound and candid, brazen lyrics.  After performing with Soccer Mommy to an […] More

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    Sleigh Bells Plays Fine Line Music Cafe

    Mackenzie Scott of the Nashville band TORRES started off her set by burning sage. The crowd had only just begun to fill in, but the front row got a good whiff of the woodsy aroma, watching with intrigue as Mackenzie gently waved it over them and smiled. “I brought rose quartz with me on stage […] More

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    Clairo Casts A Spell In Sold Out Show At 7th Street Entry

    Millenial diety Clairo sold out 7th Street Entry in a matter of days. Whoever booked that show likely underestimated the fervor of teen adoration. The teenage girls that lined up by 3pm for the 6pm show were excited to get polaroid photos with the bedroom pop singer, forking over birthday money for their brief meet-and-greet […] More

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    Deafheaven Rocks the Cedar

    There’s no way around it- Minneapolis’ beloved Cedar Cultural Center looks a tad like a high school gymnasium. It’s part of its charm. It can also be a drawback, which is why it’s up to the performers to outshine the quaint—and at times awkward—setting, packing a serious punch, even on such a low stage. Brooklyn […] More