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    Eli Gardiner releases “Tattered and Torn,” a response to the 2016 election

    Folk-rock singer-songwriter Eli Gardiner has released the first music video in anticipation of his September 28th album release named The Fire and The Medicine. The song “Tattered and Torn” was written in response to the latest presidential election and is built around images from America’s past. The video features public domain clips of the Selma […] More

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    T.Swift shatters norms in ‘Miss Americana’ (with cats)

    Social norms have been built into America’s culture to keep everything in check and balance. Examples include: don’t flatulate on first dates, don’t text and drive, and, of course, never break rule zero of the internet. Norms can change, though, and even become hypocritical. Take the example of always eating your vegetables. As a child, […] More

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    ON THE RADAR: The Immaculate Beings Drop Video for “Don’t Come Back.” Ahead of Album Release

    Self-described as a “family of queer eclectic human beings who promote the importance of self-love, self-care, and self-validation through their music and performance,” Trevor Devine and The Immaculate Beings are coming into the new decade in a blaze of LGBTQ+ glory. The supergroup, comprised of talented musicians from all around the Twin Cities and Midwest, […] More

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    Andrew Thomas Drops Visuals For “White Lies” [INTERVIEW]

    Andrew Thomas is back with his self-produced single and music video “White Lies.” This smooth, melodic track explores the more taboo aspects of nightlife in the city. With heavy drums on top of atmospheric production, Andrew delivers his most contemporary song yet. MIM: While working on this track, who were you listening to and getting […] More

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    Bo Weber’s music video “Pump This Town” features over 70 Minnesota artists

    This Friday, Minneapolis artist Bo Weber premieres a music video for his new song, “Pump This Town.” The video features cameo appearances from over seventy Minnesota musicians. We bet you can’t name them all. Familiar faces include The Voice contestant Ashley Dubose, Platinum-winning singer Michael Shynes, Prof, deM atlaS, Har Mar Superstar, and many others. […] More

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    Ian Valor & The Vendettas: All Right All Riot [Album Review]

    Set to release their debut album All Right All Riot at the 331 Club on October 19th, Ian Valor & The Vendettas have an ambitious sound waiting to be heard. A rock band based in the Twin Cities, Ian Valor (guitar/vocals), Jeremy “Mel” Melzer (bass) and Sara Horishnyk (drums) deliver a unique blend of old school […] More

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    Antics Beat Up Minneapolis

     Antics. What a name for these two energetic twenty-somethings, blasting beats and having the time of their lives. However, do not mistake them for a couple of jokers. Faces behind the club thumpin’ force are Milwaukee’s own Steven Pitzl and Tanner Dixon. Together they create a force that should not be overlooked. Making progress quickly, they’ve already performed […] More

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    Minneapolis Music Fights Hunger & Homelessness

    Five One Three Presents hosted a benefit at Mill City Nights in downtown Minneapolis for National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness. Bobby Kalton, owner of Five One Three, teamed up with organizations Second Harvent Heartland, People Serving People and Rock The Cause Records to make this event possible. Co-headlining the event was Up-and-comer Grayson Dewolfe and […] More

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    Fitz & The Tantrums Light Up First Avenue

    I don’t think anyone was ready for what Fitz & The Tantrums were about to bring, on a Sold Out Friday night. They opened their set with “Get Away”, which got the crowd on their feet and dancing right from the start. The light show during their entire performance was incredible. It was comparable to […] More

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