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 >>
When experimental electro-dub artist James Blake made his Minneapolis debut at the Entry this past May, he made sure to note how thrilled he was to be at the venue "where Prince played," joking that he was disappointed he wasn't playing in the iconic Mainroom. So when Blake returned just four sho ... More >>
Ryan Potts experiments with translating experience and memory to music
The full transcript of our conversation with Aquarelle mastermind Ryan Potts.
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Musicians and critics discuss their favorite aural aphrodisiacs
Sonic Youth and Stereolab redefine the intimate grammar of rock, again
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U Film Society's Jewish Film Festival delivers a celluloid shalom for the age of kabala chic
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Rock as dance music. Dance music as rock.
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