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  • ODESZA Live at The Armory, Minneapolis, Minnesota, The Last Goodbye Photos.

    ODESZA Returns With ‘The Last Goodbye’ Tour, Selling Out Back-to-Back Armory Shows

    The Last Goodbye marked the return of one of America’s most iconic electronic duos, breaking the group’s 4-year hiatus with a fresh album and nationwide tour. Diehard fans had long been searching for breadcrumbs, any small hints that perhaps new music was in the works. Finally, in September 2021, Odesza confirmed the following year would […] More

  • NERO and deadmau5 live in concert at The Armory, Minneapolis, MN, 2022.

    deadmau5 Returns to Minneapolis with We Are Friends Tour

    We Are Friends, previously a compilation and showcase to the mau5trap record label, hit the road for the first time ever. Minneapolis was among the lucky cities to host Joel Zimmerman’s (deadmau5, ‘dead-mouse’) legendary presence. Opening acts included BlackGummy and Kasablanca as Joel’s friends and partners to the mau5trap label, as well as NERO, the […] More

  • Steve Aoki and Sullivan King Live at The Armory, Minneapolis, Minnesota

    Steve Aoki and VeeCon Gang Takeover The Armory

    Friday night saw the return of Minneapolis’ favorite cake-throwing DJ and EDM icon, Steve Aoki. Proudly donning his Armory t-shirt, given only to artists who sell out the venue, Aoki played a 2-hour set for local bass-heads and crypto bros. Last night, the crowd was a mixed bag, containing exactly who you would and wouldn’t […] More

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    Al Church Refreshes the Cinematic Universe

    For the past couple of years, Al Church and his swiss army orchestra of musicians have created a live soundtrack to a classic movie. Imagine Mystery Science Theater 3000, but where a band sits on stage, facing the life-sized images on screen, and composes music to match the movie.  This modernized revitalization of a soundscape is […] More


    DROELOE Returns to Minneapolis with Unexpected Odyssey Tour

    The crowd kept it weird for DROELOE’S Unexpected Odyssey tour. The night began with opening acts Chuck Sutton and Biicla. Chuck Sutton’s dance moves are no joke, and Biicla hyped the crowd with tracks like “Getting High” and “No Place.” During the intermission, I thought I recognized the synths playing over the intro music. DROELOE later […] More

  • Subtronics Sold Out show at The Armory, MN, 2022.

    The Subtronics Effect: Fractal Tour Sells Out The Armory

    Saturday night marked yet another sold-out show at The Armory, and this time it was a win for our dubstep friends and family. Subtronics (formally named Jesse Karden) is no stranger to Minnesota, but this time was clearly different than others. There were four opening acts and five hours worth of head banging, but fans […] More

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    Kacey Musgraves kicks off tour in St. Paul

    Saint Paul was treated to the first show of the “Star Crossed: Unveiled” tour from country-singer turned pop-artist Kacey Musgraves last night. The 19 date tour brings along King Princess and MUNA as opening acts, while supporting her late 2021 release Star-Crossed. A contrast to her 2018 Grammy-winning album Golden Hour based in relationship bliss, […] More

  • Chainsmokers performing

    16 Facts Most People Don’t Know About The Chainsmokers

    You might have heard about the music duo, the Chainsmokers, before. They first broke out into the music world in 2014 with the release of their single “Selfie”. Since this release, they have continued to release pop music hits, and their songs are frequently featured high up on the pop music charts. Whether you are […] More

  • Marc Rebillet in concert

    Must-See Marc Rebillet – the “Loop Daddy”, is coming to Rochester, MN!

    Marc Rebillet’s shows are a one-of-a-kind electronic musical improv set. He creatively loops sounds and phrases in layers over the beat, all with an infectious energy. There will be dancing and laughing as the songs build up.  Rebillet headlines the all ages show with supporting act Yam Haus at the Olmsted County Fairgrounds at the […] More

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    Author’s New Single “On An On” Can’t Be Let Go

    Minneapolis brothers Trevor and Cameron Bartlett formed Author with immediate success, performing all around the Twin Cities at notable venues like First Avenue/ 7th Street Entry and the late great Triple Rock Social Club. Joined by multi-instrumentalist Zach Zurn, the band has continued to develop and gain exposure with opening up for local darlings Motion […] More

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    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

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    The Catalina reminds us to Love Somebody on their debut release

    Pop music, when done right, generally has a few goals in mind. The music is designed to make us feel happy, feel heard, and give us something easy to relate to. The Catalina‘s (lead vocalist and guitarist James Howard, Adam Hepner on drums, and Justin Jacobs on guitar) embody these goals on Love Somebody. Their debut […] More

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