More stories

  • STATIC PANIC COVER
    in ,

    One-On-One: Static Panic and Katy Durst

    Born and raised in South Dakota, Katy Durst moved to the Twin Cities on a whim. Ready for something new, she lived on Lake Calhoun for her first two and half years. This past May she bought a house and moved out of the uptown area. It was her recent new relationship that sparked her […] More

  • Excision: The Evolution Tour
    in

    Excision’s “Evolution” tour takes over the Armory for two nights of bass

    In regular headbanger fashion, Excision and company completely tore down the Armory last night. The stacked lineup of hard-hitting dubstep artists played two straight nights of neck-breaking, speaker-splitting music. Jeff Abel, known as Excision, has been a long standing powerhouse in the dubstep community. In recent years he’s even been putting on his own music festivals. […] More

  • Deadmau5 at The Armory by Music in Minnesota
    in

    Deadmau5 Brings His Cube V3 to the Armory

    Last night, veteran producer Deadmau5 was back at The Armory, bringing along his Cube V3 production and usual sarcastic attitude. An early show, support came from Mad Zach and K?D. The vibe in the venue was different than a normal electronic show. The often-controversial artist definitely drew an older, more relaxed crowd.  As the show […] More

  • Illenium at The Armory 11/9/19 Minneapolis MN
    in

    Illenium Ascends Over the Armory

    Last night’s highly anticipated Illenium show, part of the EDM producer’s live Ascend tour, was definitely one for the books. The Saturday night show had a prompt midnight end-time, so fans of the Denver-based artist flocked downtown nice and early to ensure a great spot inside the venue. Once inside, you could easily mistake the […] More

  • Julia Michaels, First Avenue, IM World Tour, All Ages, Concert, Live Music, Pop, Iowa, Inner Monologue Part 2, Dance Pop, Singer Songwriter, Nervous System
    in

    Julia Michaels Closes The Gap at First Avenue

    Before Julia Michaels took the stage at First Avenue, a sign appeared on stage stating it was a judgment-free zone. It encouraged dancing, singing, jumping, feeling and laughing. The sign was a huge hint into the vibe and energy that Michaels would bring to the show. As her first headlining show in Minneapolis, the backdrop […] More

  • in

    Noah Gundersen Brings a Dynamic Show to Minneapolis

    As a strong supporter of Seattle artists (after having lived there for almost three years), Noah Gundersen‘s tour has been on my radar for quite some time. Having Lemolo, a singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, also along on tour was an added treat. Combine that with an interview I was afforded from Gundersen a week ago and […] More

Load More
Congratulations. You've reached the end of the internet.