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    5 Trademarks of a Kesha Show

    There’s gold at the end of every rainbow. After a busy weekend of huge shows in the Twin Cities, from Lizzo’s return, to two days at the Baslicia Block Party, to Phoebe Bridges at Surly, to Lissie playing sold out shows at the Parkway, the Armory finished with Kesha’s last show of her 2021 tour. […] More

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    Humbird Previews New Album With “Hymn For Whom” Film

    The Parkway Theater hosted a special event of Humbird’s “Hymn For Whom” collaboration last evening. The event combined the storytelling of Siri Undlin’s (aka Humbird) new album entitled Still Life with the visual expertise of Erik and Sarah Elstran. The 36-minute film is a record of creativity during a year spent at home during the […] More

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    The Listening Room Shines with Barbaro and MoeDeLL

    60 miles North of the Twin Cities sits the small town of Braham. A city of roughly 1,800 residents, it’s easy to miss if you’re not paying attention. One block off Main Street, across from the Fire Station, sits Happy Productions, an online radio station with an intimate little gem. The Listening Room sits around […] More

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    5 Trademarks of a Jeremy Messersmith Show

    Almost two years have passed since Jeremy Messersmith has performed with a full band. Last night at The Hook and Ladder, a reunited band dusted off the rust to perform to a sold out audience. The show was filled with fan favorites all the way from his debut release in 2006 with “Novocain” to his […] 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 Art of the Revolution” Unites Voices

    46 year old black neighbor, George Floyd, was murdered on May 25th, 2020 during an arrest for allegedly using a counterfeit bill at Cup Foods. It’s apparent the harmful and malicious narrative America has created around the spaces a black person can or can’t sit, can or can’t hold space, and can or can’t be […] More

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    Rebel Child Takes On “The City”

    Rebel Child was started many years ago as Cameron McDonald’s solo project. In the process of sharing some songs, looking for feedback from Adam Feuring, Cameron knew the music would benefit from adding more elements into the mix. Adam joined halfway through the writing of the Nightlife EP and everything just clicked. Adding drummer Jason […] More

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