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    A conversation with the Twins of Franklin

    February will be eventful for indie/folk duo The Twins of Franklin. Both Laura Lou and Becky Shaheen celebrate birthdays, they’ll be releasing their first music video through City Pages, and they’re performing at the popular Big Turn Music Festival in Red Wing. The icing on the cake, though, comes with the release of their album Low on […] More

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    King Princess returns to a filled Palace

    The last time King Princess performed in Minnesota was last January, when she kicked off her Pussy is God Tour at First Avenue. That night it was clear that Mikaela Strauss was on an upward trajectory. Since then, she’s performed at some of the largest music festivals (Coachella, Lollapalooza, and Bonnaroo, to name a few) […] More

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    5 Trademarks of a Chastity Brown Show

    The sold out Parkway Theater hosted Chastity Brown for an evening of stories and music last night. At just under 2 hours, it was a long short set of music— only 13 songs were performed. At the same time, it was an impactful night of music due to Chastity’s stories and experiences. The show exemplified […] More

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    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

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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

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    Dodie Inspires A Thankful Varsity Crowd

    There was a moment, standing in the photo pit as Dodie walked on stage at the Varsity theater, that my ears experienced something new. The audience of mostly young women was screaming with joy. The sheer volume was quite the rattle and an instant validation of just how impactful Dodie’s music has been to young […] More

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