Three men celebrate Cher, Tina, Whitney, and more
No matter how well (or poorly) you think Prince and the Revolution's Purple Rain has aged over the years, the Library Of Congress has just seen to it that the Purple One's seminal 1984 album will live on forever. Purple Rain, along with 24 other recordings, has just been selected for induction i ... More >>
Disco legend Donna Summer has passed at the age of 63 following a battle with cancer. TMZ reports that Summer was in Florida at the time of her death.She received opera training before she exploded onto dance floors around the world in the early '70s, and her voice is among sizzling best to groove t ... More >>
By Bobby Kahn George Clinton and Parliament-Funkadelic need no introduction -- especially in a city as funky as Minneapolis. Their huge influence can be heard across many genres of music today and even at the age of 70, George and his band tour harder and longer than many of the much younger bands ... More >>
Band appeared on very first cover of Sweet Potato, a.k.a City Pages
Photos by Tony Nelsonâ€‹RobynNovember 14, 2010Fine Line Music Cafe, MinneapolisEndlessly labeled as a "Swedish pop star" by people who likely haven't witnessed her fierceness firsthand and remember her only for her '90s hit "Show Me Love," Robyn proved to a sold-out crowd at the Fine Line on Sunday ... More >>
St. Paul has got it going on at Camp.
Minotaur Shock and Jason Forrest's beat collages for non-dancers
Disco tales of the $3,000 record needle and the Donna Summer cake
Coachwhips' screech-punk summons the howl of a thousand dogs. So why are we calling it "Minimalist"?
Charlie's Angels fly off the summer-movie radar in 'Full Throttle'
DJ Echo Attends Warehouse Parties, Experiences the Ecstasy of God
The inscrutable music, the unknowable man
Open playlists. Mixed audiences. Women's mud wrestling. Ample coke. What ever happened to the Minneapolis club scene?
Lunar Landing: Jean-Benoît Dunckel and Nicolas Godin of Air take their ambient sound on a Moon Safari.