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    Katie Toupin Shares Her Digits and Life On The Road

    Sitting across from Katie Toupin at The Depot Tavern, it’s easy to see the appreciation and accessibility she has to her fans. I mean, the front page of her website lists a cell phone number stating, “You can text me. I respond. Say hi. Let’s be friends.” As a former member of Houndmouth, Toupin has […] 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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    Colin Bracewell Sells Out 7th Street Entry

    I certainly wasn’t born yesterday, and Colin Bracewell wasn’t either at 20 years old, but he’s a new emerging talent in the Twin Cities that seems to have come from nowhere. Originally from Ontario, Canada, Colin has quickly established a brand of music that is both dark and nostalgic. With only 3 official tracks on […] More

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    Behind the Blue Ox Festival 2021

    In just 20 days, Minnesotans will be embarking to Eau Claire Wisconsin for the return of Blue Ox Music Festival. Now in it’s six year, and first one fully back from the scaled down 2020 rendition, Blue Ox is primed to once again deliver an intimate Bluegrass and Americana music experience all geared with a […] More

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    Caleb Dee Opens Doors in “Closet Space”

    Straight from the opening thump of Caleb Dee’s new single “Closet Space“, there’s a pull and curiosity of what’s behind those opening lines. “Been a little while since you’ve went away Found a pair of shoes in my closet space” A blend of Charlie Puth, early John Mayer, and slices of pop/rock bands COIN and […] More

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    Michael Gay Writes To “Make It Right”

    Sometime into the fourth song into Michael Gay‘s new album Make It Right, there’s a feeling and a calm that settles over you. It’s a realization that everything is going to be alright. After navigating for more than year through a global pandemic, it’s easy to forget to take a deep breath. Michael’s more stripped-down […] 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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    Orchid Eaton Tackles Life Through Machines with “Where All Ends Meet”

      Matt Leavitt (EMOT) and Brian Moen (Shouting Matches, Peter Wolf Crier, Laarks) embarked on their sophomore album Where All Ends Meet in separate spaces. Split by state borders, duo Orchid Eaton is their basement pop band that combines thrift store keyboards, Craigslist soundboards, secondhand tape machines, and a smorgasbord of analog equipment to create stories. […] More

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    The Champagne Drops Debut Album Nestled in Friendship

    Emily Dussault and Leslie Vincent are true renaissance women. Both accomplished actresses, composers, and singers, now they are set to embark on their next achievement as The Champagne Drops. Their debut album Side by Side will be released on April 16th. The album of originals (plus one cover) explores femininity and womanhood with vulnerability, humor, […] More

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