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    Glass Animals Brings A Heat Wave to Sold-Out Minneapolis Concert at the Armory

    Known for years for success among music critics, indie-pop fans, and college music scenes, Glass Animals have surged to major popularity over the song “Heat Waves” on TikTok and Spotify. The band may not immediately strike a chord, but people immediately know who you are excited about when you mention “Heat Waves”. The line “Sometimes […] More

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    Beach Bunny: Blame Game at First Avenue

    It is a Sunday night in Minneapolis and indie-pop fans gather for a sold-out show at First Ave. The big act this evening? Illinois-based band Beach Bunny in support of their most recent EP, Blame Game. Starting off Locally! Local Band – Why Not Warming up the venue this evening is 3-piece local band, Why […] More

  • Phoebe Bridgers at Surly Brewing for Music In Minnesota

    Phoebe Bridgers Bewitches Surly Festival Field

    I fucking love Phoebe Bridgers.  I know that writers should probably try to come up with a much more elegant, funny, or otherwise charming anecdote to begin articles such as this, but sometimes it’s really just not necessary. Plus, I don’t even consider myself much of a writer anyway, so the rules don’t apply to […] More

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    Electric Guest captivates at sold-out Fine Line

    Los Angeles based band Electric Guest, with support from Soleima, brought the heat on a bitterly cold night. Soleima Danish singer Soleima opened with an entertaining set. She engaged the crowd by dancing back and forth across the stage. She even joined the fans halfway through a song and finished it in the crowd, dancing […] More

  • joan at 7th St. Entry

    joan brings the 80s back to 7th St. Entry

    Alan Thomas and Steven Rutherford, collectively known as joan, are making their mark on the music industry one dreamy song at a time. The Little Rock, Arkansas band is carving out a space for themselves that is both fresh and familiar.  The influence of 80s pop music on their sound gives it a familiarity, but […] More

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    Looking into the Mirror: The Maine at Varsity Theater

    It’s a Saturday night and fans of The Maine are filling Varsity Theater to the brim. After much anticipation, The Mirror tour is finally making a stop in Minneapolis. With the venue packed full for the two-act event, it’s sure to be a memorable show. A Band “Everybody’s Talkin’” About Old fans of The Summer […] More

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    San Fermin Pauses in Minneapolis for a Fulfilling Evening of Music

    Everyone at The Fine Line will probably look back and remember last night’s performances as some of the more powerful and energetic ones to come through Minneapolis in a long time. Con Davison and San Fermin delivered solid sets of texturized and emotional songs, all while engaging a half-filled venue. It felt extremely intimate and […] More

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    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

  • VALLEY The Band CAMINO try hard tour first ave Minneapolis Minnesota September 25 2019

    The Band CAMINO: No Need to “tryhard” for a Great Show

    One year and one album after thier last Twin Cities visit, Tennessee-based pop-rock group The Band CAMINO finally returned to First Avenue and 7th Street Entry – but this time they made it to the main room. With a two-band lineup, both of whom include capitalization in their names, I’m expecting a night of the […] More

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