Duluth rock experimenters Low performed a drone-fueled version of "Do You Know How to Waltz?" at Rock the Garden last year, and simultaneously sparked a new discussion about peace-minded thinking within music. The divisive 28-minute rendition was unusual, but get a load of what Drone Not Drones foun ... More >>
Martin Dosh wears many musical hats. A former percussion teacher, the 41-year-old local has spent the majority of the past decade touring the globe behind the kit for Andrew Bird and collaborating with Andrew Broder -- first in art-rock act Fog, now in thorny rockers the Cloak Ox. Against all schedu ... More >>
The post-punk rockers forge a new identity and get ready for a national tour
Makes No Sense At All captures the visions, ramblings, and memories of Chris Strouth, a Twin Cities-bred master of music, film, and everything else.There is nothing cool about the Terminal Bar. It's dingy, it's dirty, it's where you can get a stiff drink at a reasonable price and up until about tw ... More >>
Hidden behind the heavy rhythms and fierce collection of percussive embellishments, Glenn Kotche is most well-known as the guy on the drum stool for the band Wilco. Bringing the role of modern day rock drummer to new esteemed heights he has also collaborated with So Percussion, Kronos Quartet and On ... More >>
Andrew Bird with Fat Kid WednesdaysState Theatre, MinneapolisMonday, December 17, 2012Andrew Bird said in an interview about his shows, "There's a lot going on. You can either close your eyes and let it wash over you, or you can pay attention to all the tricky things we're doing." Depending on which ... More >>
If all of your friends are friends of love, then all of your friends are friends of Martin Dosh. Well known around town, Dosh will be holding a birthday party at the Turf Club tonight -- his first annual 40th birthday party, to be exact. You heard right: first annual 40th, and everyone is invited. T ... More >>
See Also:Martin Dosh talks about reuniting Lateduster and touring EuropeAndrew Bird at First AvenueMartin Dosh has been a regular in the music community for many years. He weaves his way in and out of various projects, balancing all of that while being on the road with Andrew Bird pretty consistentl ... More >>
Erik Appelwick, Martin Dosh, and James Buckley drop fourth album
As the holidays bring about good times between families and long lost friends, drummer and electronic musician Martin Dosh is busier than ever preparing for his annual year-end show to the Cedar Cultural Center.
Photos by Ben ClarkIt would be easy to describe Coloring Time's first full-scale performance by simply listing the names of all of the collaborators who performed at one point or another last night. But what actually transpired sounded nothing like Peter Wolf Crier or Dosh or Alpha Consumer or th ... More >>
"An ox is a castrated bull, trained to work..."Andrew Broder, Martin Dosh, Jeremy Ylvisaker, and Mark Erickson are now the Cloak Ox, a new band. Where to start? Not with "super group" -- an overused word in general but especially in the Twin Cities over the past year. Certainly not by describing ... More >>
Photo by Cameron WittigIt's a full weekend for looping artist Dosh, who is playing three consecutive nights of shows in celebration of his new release, Tommy. "Martin Dosh doesn't fall easily into a single genre or 'image,' which is part of what makes his eclectic yet affecting music so appealing ... More >>
The new record will feature a slew of local and national talent.
Losses include the Suburbs' Bruce Allen, Dinkytowner, and Myth
South By Southwest brings together a country of insatiable indie kids
Best known for his work at First Avenue and with touring band Dosh, Cesario was a highly regarded staple of the scene
Readers respond to "Dosh's World"
Electronic one-man band Martin Dosh steps out of the background and into the spotlight
Jon Davis is alone in GhostBand
Going down to Austin? Catch these local acts.
Dosh leads a loopy sing-along at the Triple Rock
Picked to Click Voters spew forth their most vehement opinions about the local music scene
Martin Dosh and family make a kid-friendly concept album
Hail the Conquering Heroes: Polls and Praise for This Year's Best New Artists
Crossfaded's Electronica changes your Thursday-night routine