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    Stone Arch Festival releases final music lineup

    In addition to hosting over 200 local artists, this weekend's Stone Arch Festival of the Arts will also showcase an impressive array of local music on three separate stages. Highlights from this year's festival include Gospel Gossip, Romantica, Spagh...

    @ Gimme Noise by Andrea Swensson on June 12, 2008 @ 4:34 pm
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    ArtCars by Damon Cuccia

    Featuring over 250 artists, this year's Stone Arch Festival of Arts will play host to live music, crafts, and performances. On Sunday, the second day of the festival, painter Damon Cuccia will demonstrate his affinity for art on wheels by creating ...

    @ Gimme Noise by Jessica Armbruster on June 12, 2008 @ 4:18 pm
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    Comix and the Cities

    There's an excellent essay on comics professionals from the Twin Cities here. Our states notable alums include Sandman scribe Neil Gaiman, Lucifer artist Peter Gross, and others. It also has an awesome small press scene, as we discovered last yea...

    @ Gimme Noise by Kevin Hoffman on June 12, 2008 @ 2:02 pm
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    "I'm Scared. I'm not scared": My two-year-old reviews Walking With Dinosaurs

    Silas Severns Guntzel in the low light and fog of the show's first moments. I took my two-year-old son Silas to Walking With Dinosaurs at Xcel last night. He loves him some dinosaurs so I got him a press pass. He can't write yet (I blame the public...

    @ Gimme Noise by Jeff Severns Guntzel on June 12, 2008 @ 12:48 pm
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    Endless numbered June: Desiree Weber reviews Iron & Wine

    Iron & Wine First Avenue Main Room Wed, June 11, 2008 Review by Desiree Weber Photos by Daniel Corrigan Things have changed since Iron & Wine barely filled the 400 Bar and before their songs appeared on movie soundtracks. For one thing, way more pe...

    @ Gimme Noise by Jeff Shaw on June 12, 2008 @ 12:31 pm
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    Flyer of the Week: Guerrilla Blue

    Our favorite flyer this week comes courtesy of Guerrilla Blue, who are celebrating the release of their new album this Friday, June 13, at the Cabooze.

    @ Gimme Noise by Andrea Swensson on June 11, 2008 @ 3:29 pm
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    Free Hold Steady

    In anticipation of the release of their latest album, Stay Positive, on July 15, the Hold Steady are offering a free stream of the album on their MySpace page. First impression? No huge surprises, but a solid album all the way through. As with mos...

    @ Gimme Noise by Andrea Swensson on June 11, 2008 @ 2:40 pm
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    Stomp at the Ordway

    By now you've likely got an opinion one way or the other on whether the idea of people banging garbage cans for an hour and a half sounds like a great time. Having gone to Stomp last night at the Ordway, I can report that I've never seen kids in a ...

    @ Gimme Noise by Kevin Hoffman on June 11, 2008 @ 11:47 am
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    Presidential Crap

    Whether you're a neo-con parent looking for a way to use your bundle of joy as a bumper sticker, or a liberal with an odd sense of humor and a sweet tooth, the presidential swag industry has what you're looking for. Here is a sampling. Hillary C...

    @ Gimme Noise by Ben Palosaari on June 9, 2008 @ 5:21 pm
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    Rybak declares June 13 Electric Fetus Day

    As if there weren't enough reasons to celebrate the Electric Fetus 40th Anniversary this week (including tomorrow's Atmosphere and Brother Ali in-store, huge discounts all week, and an anniversary blowout at First Ave on Friday), Minneapolis Mayor ...

    @ Gimme Noise by Andrea Swensson on June 9, 2008 @ 3:40 pm
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    A year later, Rift Magazine resurfaces

    Over a year ago, local music zine Rift Magazine announced that it would cease printing. It was a familiar story: the publication couldn't afford to pay printing costs, but hinted that they might attempt something online. The magazine hobbled on a b...

    @ Gimme Noise by Andrea Swensson on June 9, 2008 @ 12:21 pm
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    Small Metal Objects: A sharp take on public art, community and friendship

    Small Metal Objects Walker Art Center, Minneapolis Sculpture Garden June 5-7 Review and photos by Jeff Shaw We're sitting in covered bleachers, the 50 or so of us. It's a humid day at the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden, and we, the audience, are centr...

    @ Gimme Noise by Jeff Shaw on June 9, 2008 @ 6:45 am
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    Over the Weekend: June 5-8, 2008

    Welcome to a special turbo edition of Over the Weekend, which for a variety of reasons (migraines, power outages and lost files, oh my!) includes a wrap-up of Thursday evening's R.E.M. show in addition to this weekend's performances by the Evening Ri...

    @ Gimme Noise by Andrea Swensson on June 9, 2008 @ 6:00 am
  • Music A-List


    Music A-List

    FRIDAY 11.23 Buck 65 7th St. Entry Canadian lyricist Buck 65 started his career rapping in a nasal voice like a Hollywood caricature of an annoying secretary (see albums: Square, Vertex). On the mic years later, he turned himself into a 72-year...

    on November 21, 2007
  • Karen Dalton - Cotton Eyed Joe


    Karen Dalton - Cotton Eyed Joe

    KAREN DALTON Cotton Eyed Joe Delmore "Cotton Eyed Joe" frequently soundtracks events both celebratory and soused, be it at Yankee Stadium (in its Rednex techno incarnation) or at a boot-scooting wedding in rural Texas (see Urban Cowboy's spoke-...

    by Andy Beta on November 21, 2007
  • Soft - Gone Faded


    Soft - Gone Faded

    SOFT Gone Faded Academy Fight Song/Silver Sleeve Records What do ska and Brit rock have in common? Apparently, a lot more than one might suspect. First, Sam Endicott traded his Rasta gear and dreads for a leather jacket and a vat of pomade to f...

    by Jonathan Garrett on November 21, 2007
  • Answer Me, Ackerson! - We ask Polara frontman Ed Ackerson about his new solo record and where he buried the bodies of his band members


    Answer Me, Ackerson! - We ask Polara frontman Ed Ackerson about his new solo record and where he buried the bodies of his band members

    Mash Notes ED ACKERSON Ed Ackerson Susstones Local music phenom Ed Ackerson eats, sleeps, and breathes the Minneapolis music scene. He's been in Twin Town bands since Bush One was a veep, and his band Polara has been through the whole We Got...

    by Sarah Askari on November 21, 2007
  • Reinventing Themselves - It might be awhile before Against Me! play another basement


    Reinventing Themselves - It might be awhile before Against Me! play another basement

    AGAINST ME! New Wave Sire Records Necessity is said to be the mother of invention, and Warren Oakes, the drummer for Gainesville, Florida's Against Me!, would almost certainly agree. Hailing from a state most renowned (aside from orange juice a...

    by Jonathan Garrett on November 21, 2007
  • Article

    What's Playing - Top Ten Spins This Week on KEEY 102.1 FM

    1. Carrie Underwood, "So Small" 2. Taylor Swift, "Our Song" 3. Miranda Lambert, "Famous in a Small Town" 4. Garth Brooks, "More Than a Memory" 5. Keith Urban, "Everybody" 6. Dierks Bently, "Free and Easy" 7. Kenny Chesney, "Don't Blink" 8. ...

    on November 21, 2007
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    What's $elling - Top Ten Albums This Week at Down in the Valley

    1. Jay-Z, American Gangster (Roc-a-Fella) 2. Robert Plant/Alison Krauss, Raising Sand (Rounder) 3. Kid Rock, Rock 'n Roll Jesus (Atlantic) 4. Bruce Springsteen, Magic (Sony) 5. Dan Wilson, Free Life (American) 6. Puscifer, V Is for Vagina (Pus...

    on November 21, 2007
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