Twin Cities News:
-- Killah Beez reviews P.O.S., Sims and Hand Over Fist in D.C.
-- The Exception profiles M.anifest.
-- Minneapoliscast features the Strange Lights.
-- City Pages has photos from the Pretenders' Friday night show & Culture Bully has a review. CB also profiles a new Zion I track which features Brother Ali.
-- Cloud Cult will release a DVD titled No One Said It Would Be Easy in April.
-- Favorite 10 previews STNNNG's forthcoming Summer Bummer album.
-- King Khan and the Shrines will play the Triple Rock Social Club May 16.
-- More video footage from Dre Day has surfaced, this time around a recording of Muja Messiah's new song "I Survived the Bush Era."
-- Atmosphere has announced a string of April & May tour dates.
-- Decider reviews Mark Olson and Gary Louris' Varsity Theater show, while City Pages has you covered on photos from the event. The Chicago Tribune also recaps the duo's recent Park West show.
-- Gimme (yesterday's) Noise: Romantica, Kid Dakota debut new material at the Cedar
Local Concert Highlights:
Nana Grizol: (MySpace)
Daily Audio Downloads:
-- Dead Heart Bloom "Flash In A Bottle" (mp3)
-- The French Semester "The East Man" (mp3)
-- Harlem Shakes "Strictly Game" (mp3)
-- Kinetic Stereokids "Free Money" (mp3)
-- Kinetic Stereokids "Have A Nice Day" (mp3)
-- Rootbeer "Pink Limousine" (mp3)
-- Swan Lake "Spanish Gold, 2044" (mp3)
-- Yuksek "Tonight (RAC Mix)" (mp3)