See Also:Bon Iver announces remix contest Early this month, Grammy winners Bon Iver decided to harvest the stems to the ten songs on the Bon Iver, Bon Iver and present them to the remixing public for a contest. The creators of the best remix of each song will each bank $1,000 for their efforts and ... More >>
RIP DJ MehdiThe man known to dance music fans across the world as DJ Mehdi has passed away. Early reports from Resident Advisor indicate Mehdi Favéris-Essadi, 34, fell from the roof of his home with two friends, who have been hospitalized. The French DJ/producer was widely respected as a collabo ... More >>
Jake Sullivan may be just one man, but he sure knows how to rock us back in time with his neon glasses and hi-tops. BadNRad brings his weirdness, keytar, and unique flavor of rock to the 7th St. Entry tomorrow night to celebrate the release of his first EP, Bad Girl. We caught up with Sullivan to ... More >>
Photos by Denis Jeong PlasterApril is continuing to roar by us at a steady clip, and this past weekend our local scene was so bustling that we had to export some of our musicians out to Indio, California before the whole town overflowed.
Last weekend was nuts. Our photographers were out in full force throughout the weekend, capturing shots of everything from Melissa Etheridge at the O'Shaughnessy to the wild art parade in Riverside Park to Chromeo at First Avenue. Here's a rundown of the concert photography we've posted on our si ... More >>
The weekend is here! The weekend is here! What will you do with your time? Here are some humble suggestions.
P-Thugg talks weird gigs, the funk, and Business Casual
Haven't had a chance to pick up this week's City Pages yet? We have it all waiting for you online. Check out our offerings in the print edition of our music section:
Most commercially relevant bands have played in Minneapolis, but oddly, not Chromeo. Though P-Thugg insisted in our interview with him in this week's issue that the cold shoulder wasn't in fact on purpose, it was still an unfortunate streak. But never fear, electro-funk fans, Chromeo play First A ... More >>
In tiny increments via social media.
Turn off the lights and grab a glowstick (no, wait - don't). It's time to get funky nostalgic.
After a whirlwind trip to New York, the successful dream-pop band returns to First Avenue
The local dancefloor don offers up his new track and DJ mix for download exclusively on Gimme Noise.
We tell you what songs are thrilling us right now. And yes, there are 9 of 'em. Listen here.