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    Turning the right direction at the Icehouse

    Since the pause of live music, there have been valiant efforts to have live-streaming fill that gap. Some artists have recorded individual parts to combine with their bandmates, others have gone solo. Even virtual festivals have popped up. No matter the attempt, we all repeat the same words: it’s not the same. There are now […] More

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    The Suburbs show us the new face of live music

    Thanks to The St. Michael Cinema, live music is back in Minnesota, but with a socially distanced look. Local legend The Suburbs brought along a soon-to-be Minnesota icon, Kiss The Tiger, to an audience that yearned for live music, while craving some normalcy in our current messed up times. Walking into the event, you’re handed […] More

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    A tribute to beloved songwriter John Prine

    One of the great artists of our time, songwriter John Prine, was unfairly taken from us on April 7th. He died from the COVID-19 virus. He was 73. A true songwriter’s songwriter, he defies categorization in so many ways. His songwriting combined elements of folk, rock, country, blues, and more. As a lyricist he simply […] More

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    10 rounds with Hits Deep at the Target Center

    Written by Ryan Hartwig Toby Mac, one of the most famous and influential Christian recording artists of our time, brought his Hits Deep tour to the Target Center on Saturday.  The evening started with the tour giving a $2,000 donation to the Twin Cities Salvation Army. Then southern Indiana worship leader Michael Cochren of Cochren […] More

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    Three 6 Mafia reunites at the Fillmore [PHOTOS]

    Memphis, Tennessee took over the Fillmore last night with veteran rappers Lil Wyte and Three 6 Mafia. Lil Wyte, who has apparently been consistently releasing music since his relevant days nearly a decade ago, delivered a phenomenally lackluster performance that heavily relied on an off-stage hypeman exorbitantly screaming lyrics over his tracks. His sound was […] More

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    Glass Animals rocks a sold out Fine Line

    After about a year long hiatus following drummer Joe Seward’s accident in Dublin, Glass Animals returned to the stage at the end of 2019. Now, on their first nationwide tour since 2018, the band is back in full force, showcasing that their psychedelic pop sound hasn’t gone stale. Joe Seward was struck by a truck […] More

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    Rufus Du Sol hypnotizes the Fillmore

    by Peter Stude Welcome back Even though Rufus Du Sol already enjoyed a successful world tour for their third studio album, Solace, they came back to Minnesota for another dance music experience last Friday and Saturday night with their Americas tour. They are celebrating a new 18-track remix release of Solace. Bass could be felt […] More

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