If you can brave the weather, there's plenty of music going on this week. Thursday, twenty one pilots play a sold-out show at the Triple Rock while Boz Scaggs makes an appearance at the State Theatre. Friday night, Zoo Animal will be at the Icehouse, Ex Nuns rock Cause, Edward the Confesso ... More >>
Switching from jazz to soul, James evokes Al Green and Marvin Gaye on No Beginning No End
Al Green's "Let's Stay Together" is not a song that Minneapolis Southern-rock band The Rockford Mules will be covering anytime soon. The band will be releasing their fourth album, an EP titled O Tulip I Told You So, that has evolved in sound as much as the band has in itself. O Tulip includes t ... More >>
Lovers of Death Cab for Cutie will get rewarded for showing up early starting in April when Low, our not-so-slow-core-no-more neighbors from Duluth, joins them for a spate of shows. This pairing is a huge coup for Low, who have steadily grasped more rock conventions in their work while ne'r negle ... More >>
Everything sublime and ridiculous about the 1970s, summed up in two and a half minutes.
Justin Timberlake might see himself as the next Michael Jackson, but is he closer to being the next Daryl Hall?
Danger Mouse brings the hip, Cee-Lo Brings the hop: Introducing Gnarls Barkley
Getting on board the love train with Al Green, Blonde Redhead, and the Owls
The Rev. Al Green talks about his spirit and what happened when God found his stash
How to dig avant-garde theater without understanding it
Radio K busts onto the FM airwaves
Musicians and critics discuss their favorite aural aphrodisiacs
Still better known nationally than locally, Next remain the quintessential Minnesota R&B group
A walk through D'Angelo's hotly awaited, strangely elusive masterpiece, Voodoo
The Afghan Whigs' search for their soul produces a new collection of retro rump shakers
Two books look at the his and hers of pop music fandom.