Slowdive Fine Line Music Cafe, Minneapolis Friday, October 31, 2014 Seeing on the internet that English shoegaze act Slowdive had sold out downtown Minneapolis's Fine Line Music Cafe restored my faith in humanity. Sure, the Fine Line only holds around 800 people, but the fact that a niche band that ... More >>
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.I have waited for a very long time for an Adam Ant show that I can actually go to, and Sunday represents just that. I have written in these pixels b ... More >>
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Photos by Mike MinehartMachine 22Black Box Revelation with Machine 22, Porcupine and DetourNovember 14, 20117th St. Entry, MinneapolisI arrived during of Porcupines from LaCrosse, Wisconsin, one of my favorite bands I've recently discovered. One of my favorite songs, "Rooftops" from their 7" spli ... More >>
Celebrating the 10 winners of this year's best-new-bands poll
A band so good we can't even bear to listen to them.
The drum-loving warriors of Patapon top this week's pop culture picks
Bush's senior aides receive $4,200 in cost of living increases, women still prefer male bosses, Ernie and Bert come to terms with their relationship, Geek Squad double agent badge on eBay, the Minnesota Blog(s) of the Day, and more...
(A.C. albums rated on a scale of one to five paw prints)
Huffing the elixir of eccentricity with Devendra Banhart
Pop jester Vicious Vicious shows his sensitive side
The Soft Boys revisit their classic Underwater Moonlight with sardonic good cheer and a reunion tour
Internationally acclaimed psych-rockers Salamander are a nearly invisible presence on the stages and airwaves of their home town