Even when the weather cools down, the Twin Cities music doesn't! Wednesday local rockers Usonia wrap up their residency at Cause while No Joy hits up the 7th Street Entry. Caroline Smith releases her latest record in the First Avenue Mainroom Friday. Saturday Ms Mr is welcomed by a sold-out show in ... More >>
The Lumineers with Cold War Kids and J. Roddy Walston and the BusinessTarget Center, MinneapolisFriday, May 31, 2013A career based on eleven songs can be a scary thing. Is that enough? Colorado's the Lumineers don't seem too bent out of shape trying to please anyone, and have thrived happily off the ... More >>
Believe it or not, June is less than a week away. Cedar Cultural Center welcomes the Howlin' Brothers Wednesday and Brooklyn duo Savoir Adore the next day. Devendra Banhart celebrates his birthday at Mill City Nights Thursday, while LCD Soundsystem's James Murphy plays the First Avenue Mainroom. Fri ... More >>
Cold War Kids broke onto the national music scene in a major way with their rousing 2006 debut full-length, Robbers & Cowards, and have spent the better part of their career trying to not only live up to those lofty standards, but to build on it. And while 2011's Mine Is Yours was somewhat of an ... More >>
The South By Southwest Music Conference seems perfectly timed each year with the exact moment when bands and music fans from the North have reached their collective breaking points with the interminable winter months, and communally head down to Austin, Texas in a grand, musical migration. Despite ... More >>
Photos by Stacy SchwartzCold War Kids March 10, 2011 First Avenue Mainroom, Minneapolis Cold War Kids have received some lukewarm press and icy criticism following their January-released third album Mine is Yours, which was all zipped up by Kings of Leon producer Jacquire King. Based on thei ... More >>
New music from Gospel Gossip, Andrew Broder and Gay Beast, Fashion Week warms up & next week's best new releases.
Beastie Boys, Animal Collective and Depeche Mode to rock Chicago's Grant Park this August.
PJ Harvey and John Parish to play the Weesner Amphitheater, Cold War Kids hit the Current & Black Blondie.
Death Cab hits the road and arrives in St. Paul tonight, with other indie favorites in tow.
Phoenix to play the Varsity, Pitchfork reviews Bob Mould, Bob Dylan rips the Stones & Brother Ali heads East.
In anticipation of his show tomorrow night at the 400 Bar, Kathryn Savage interviews folk musician A.A. Bondy.
The usual crowd packed into the Fine Line for a sold-out show: twentysomething yuppies, college kids and the occasional (brave soul) over thirty.
Next month is gearing up to be a crazy time for live shows. Here's a list to help you plan out a successful Rocktober 2008.