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1998 Stories by Peter S. Scholtes

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  • Upon this Rock

    published December 23, 1998

    Local Christian music builds a hardcore faith with a punk-rock choir. More >>

  • Armell Antonio Pate

    published December 16, 1998

    The death of rapper Armell Antonio Pate was a tragedy compounded by its timing. He'd recently found his niche as an AIDS educator, and... More >>

  • Out with the oldies

    published December 16, 1998

    Tina & the B-Sides go slumming at Lee's this Sunday as "Lola & the Red Hots," booting Cosmic Slop in the process. Meanwhile, Zone DJ Mark... More >>

  • The Funk over Funkytown

    published December 9, 1998

    Five local bands go looking for fame and fortune--and the audience gets taken for a ride. More >>

  • Ballad of a Golf Pro

    published November 18, 1998

    It's hard to believe Tangletown's unassuming singer-guitarist Seth Zimmerman has rock star in his blood. We spoke to him about his band's fine new... More >>

  • Ipso Post-Facto

    published November 11, 1998

    Minneapolis reggae stars Ipso Facto release a greatest hits package; Radio K unveils a new video show on cable access. More >>

  • Dyno-mite!

    published November 11, 1998

    Truth Maze's old partner in the Micranots, Self One, kicks off the new hip hop album from Rhyme Sayers Entertainment, The Dynospectrum. More >>

  • From Flannel to Glitter

    published November 4, 1998

    Yanni rocks the keyboards--and other odd tales from the Twin Cities' glam-rock scene. More >>

  • Steeplejack says No mas

    published November 4, 1998

    Alt-country loses a great local band, Minneapolis takes CMJ, and the Walker makes electronica for the whole family. More >>

  • Goodnight, Walt Mink

    published October 28, 1998

    Walt Mink says goodnight, the Artist starts talkin' 'bout a Revolution, Jesse Ventura gets funky, and goths and rockers get down on Halloween. More >>

  • Birdland Revisited

    published October 14, 1998

    Thirty-five years ago teen rock like the Trashmen's "Surfin' Bird" caught a wave across the prairies--and rode it into adulthood. More >>

  • Memories, good and bad

    published October 14, 1998

    Bobby McFerrin sings for Alzheimer's--and on George Martin's ugly duckling of a swan song CD. Plus: Kristen Pfaff's living memory, the Minnesota... More >>

  • What's the point of going on?

    published October 7, 1998

    Alt-rock station the Point kills cool jazz dead; Sweet Ass hits the fanzine racks; and a swinging, locally produced video shows you the steps. More >>

  • Spinning in Their Graves

    published October 7, 1998

    Retro punk, retro funk, shoe-gazing tunes, and novelty junk More >>

  • Odd Man Out

    published September 23, 1998

    Meet piano man Mark Mallman: part shut-in, part showman. More >>

  • So you wanna be a rock 'n' roll star

    published September 23, 1998

    Vinnie and the Stardüsters' somehow stick in the local music consciousness, like a drunk party-guest hiding in the closet. More >>

  • Greazy does it

    published September 9, 1998

    Greazy Meal gets hot, Gear Daddies reunite (briefly), and Random Radio pulls the plug. More >>

  • Bring in the Noise

    published September 9, 1998

    From Wrong's free-improv chaos to Savage Aural Hotbed's circle-saw precision, a disparate local noise scene maps the sound of modern anxiety. More >>

  • Set It Off

    published August 26, 1998

    A St. Paul hip-hop crew looks to the next stage. More >>

  • Krime doesn't pay

    published August 26, 1998

    Trailer Trash become movie stars, Calvin Krime disband, and a local promoter sues L.L. Cool J. More >>

  • Bye-bye, Yoko

    published August 19, 1998

    So what's the story with Japanese rock tourist Yoko Sawai? Also: Your chance to tell it to the FCC, and Soundset Wednesdays gets put on hold at... More >>

  • Over the Counter

    published August 19, 1998

    Staffed by DJs and rockers, indie record stores are selling a scene. More >>

  • Back in Black

    published August 12, 1998

    A legendary St. Paul metal bar turns Wednesday nights over to goths. More >>

  • Prairie Blues

    published August 12, 1998

    Native band Indigenous plays slave music on the great plains. More >>

  • Guns and Replacements

    published August 5, 1998

    Tommy Stinson joins the new, techno influenced Guns N' Roses. Also: Zone 105's Local Motion slows, Sue McClean starts her own company, and... More >>

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