It's Wednesday morning, which means we are in the process of infiltrating the entire Twin Cities metro area with fresh copies of this week's City Pages. But don't worry -- you don't actually have to leave the house to find out what's in this week's issue. Here's a quick rundown of the music articles that ran in today's print edition of the paper:
By Emily Kaiser
Follow the journey of a Mankato radio DJ on the hunt for the band behind a mystery record she saved from being tossed into a dumpster -- the incredible story of the '70s funk band Haze, an overlooked chapter of our local music history. See also: Emily's reporter's notebook and a roundup of Haze photos and videos.
By Rob van Alstyne
We sit down with Bill Caperton and Mike Gunnerson of new ambient folk project Ten Centuries, who have an album coming out this week on Afternoon Records. The duo will play a show tomorrow night (Thursday, January 28) at the Bryant-Lake Bowl with Roma di Luna.
By Jeff Gage
The Glad Version lead singer-turned-solo artist Adam Svec will release his sophomore album, Rarefaction, this Friday night at the Kitty Cat Klub with No Bird Sing and Caroline Smith & the Good Night Sleeps.
By Ray Cummings
Sorting through the latest singles, including tracks from Cormega, Head Volt, and Young Money.
By Gimme Noise staff
We list our top picks for shows to see this week, including the MPLS.TV Winter Jubilee, Jay Farrar & Ben Gibbard, Nice Purse, and more.