Photo by Jim WrightWhen Rolling Stone hailed Pete Yorn as one of "Ten to Watch in 2001," it marked the beginning of a steady uphill climb for the young artist. Yorn's first full-length album, musicforthemorningafter, went gold, solidifying his place in our music libraries. Fast-forward through ne ... More >>
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With school back in session, there's plenty of live music for the under-21 crowd
Totally Spoked by Aesthetic ApparatusLace up your quickest sneaks, and dash on over to St. Paul, because Aesthetic Apparatus is having a mega sale you won't want to miss. Today only, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., you'll be able to get your grubby little hands on some of their coolest poster and ... More >>
Believe it or not, there was a time when "Mason Jennings" wasn't a household name in these parts. Somewhat fresh to the Twin Cities in the late '90s, Mason and his band, which at the time included Minneapolis fixture Robert Skoro (then still a teenager) on bass, began the trek and career that has ... More >>
Celebrating the 10 winners of this year's best-new-bands poll
Morrissey has backed Mason Jennings, Bill Mike Band, and Haley Bonar
Highlights from the past week including Monotonix, Mark Olson & Gary Louris as well as next week's new releases
It was mixed bag night at the Varsity Theater.
Stop by at 6 p.m. today for a free performance and signing by Ben Kweller.
Aby Wolf, Yo! Majesty, Kevin Costner, free Andrew Broder and next week's releases including P.O.S., Handsome Furs & Wavves
Video clips from Ben Kweller and Andrew Bird's performances on David Letterman this week, both backed by local musicians.
Man becomes a diapered monkey. College art rock becomes an MTV sensation. And Chuck Statler becomes the rock video director who started it all.
Why the first rush of discovering new music is often the deepest