Haim With Tennis First Avenue, Minneapolis Monday, May 19, 2014 At long last, Minneapolis got Haim, live and direct. The three sisters' blend of synthesizer pop, '80s smooth grooves, funk, and R&B had already brought critical praise, festival notoriety, late-night TV glory, and a sub-cult follo ... More >>
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