Sun Gods to Gamma Rays Record Release Show | Icehouse | Friday, November 7 Following the release of Sun Gods to Gamma Rays' debut EP, The Water, The Wave, in late 2013, it didn't take long for the Minneapolis dream-pop quintet to start thinking about recording a full-length. The results of those cr ... More >>
It's hard to categorize John Haine, aka Johnny Questionmark. The performer has the heart of a hip-hop artist, yet creates backing tracks that invite the listener to take a quick breath and dive in. On his new album Falling in Like, Johnny cultivates songs that has the same wooziness as you'd feel af ... More >>
The music of The May North could simply be condensed down to one genre, bluegrass, but that wouldn't do the band any justice. Coming together from many bands to form a Frankenstein -- in a good way --like band, the group are set to release their debut album, Songs From The North Country.Wit ... More >>
Photo via thehideawaympls.comIn an article titled "Local music's best-kept secret," producer Joe Mabbott and his Northeast habitat Hidaway Studios get a well-deserved look in this week's Downtown Journal, which gives an overview of some of the more notable artists to set foot inside the cozy spac ... More >>
Photo by Erik HessDoomtree at SXSW 2011In keeping with their current rigorous schedule of record, release, tour, repeat, the seven current members of the Doomtree crew are heading back into the studio this week to record their second full-length, full-crew album, which will serve as the follow-up ... More >>
A few months back, we thought it'd be fun to chart out just how many bands could be traced back to the current and founding members of the Jayhawks, and our nerd chart resulted in quite the fiery debate between superfans who were eager to point out all the shit we got wrong.Well, anxious superfan ... More >>
Dance-pop duo headlining First Avenue for the first time
The hip-hop diploma program fleshes out its staff.
The St. Paul-based music college is offering a one-of-a-kind program.
Band set to jam once again with new album
Why Lemons is like Tom Waits for Prince Fans