An unlikely bill at Saint Paul's most cherished dive bar makes for an unexpected Thursday evening.
Lily, Bird & Kristofferson hit MPLS, Prince begs for cash, Solid Gold headliners & next week's best new releases.
Black Blondie and M.anifest team up to make your Friday night a little smoother and a lot smarter.
Sample "Candy Cigarettes" off of Black Blondie's debut album, due out April 17.
Electronic one-man band Martin Dosh steps out of the background and into the spotlight
Kwame Tsikata’s Journey from West Africa To Just West of the Mississippi
This one goes to 11!
It Didn't Start with Babes in Toyland: A Short and Eccentric History of Women in Local Music, 1931-Present
Picked to Click XV
...and other equally valuable varieties of popular music
Picked to Click Voters spew forth their most vehement opinions about the local music scene
To those who have recently begun to rock, we salute you
Polls and punditry for the best new bands in town
Two cities, twelve months, a million reasons to rock!
Three Picked-to-Click talents face the music from a panel of judges
Hail the Conquering Heroes: Polls and Praise for This Year's Best New Artists
Andrew Broder has gone from punk rocker to Life Sucks Die crew member to house-party DJ to turntable scientist to Picked to Click poll topper. What comes next?
Going underground to the hiding place of the new indie scene
The 11th Annual City Pages New Music Poll
For two years, the all-ages Foxfire Coffee Lounge has ignited the new music scene. Now its owner says the doors may have to close.
Astronaut Wife, decembers architects, and the Foxfire factor: The 2000 City Pages New Music Poll
Stereo Type Click dial 651 for hip-hop information
Computer wizards leave their bedrooms, rappers reach the stage, and the Mason Jennings Band creates the bar buzz of the decade. In the ninth annual City Pages New Music Poll, 60 local music fans pick the bands that made the biggest noise.
It's an odd, autonomous, anomalous year for the 1998 City Pages New Music Poll.
They Made their kids paint over the graffiti and throw out the gang clothes, and they thought they'd seen thelast of the 2-1 Click. Then one of their sons turned up dead in a richfield parking lot.
The 2-1 Click started as a kind of informal club, a high school clique with initiations that resemble freshman hazings. But now stories about the "white gang" have appeared in the community press, and ABC's Primetime Live has even filmed a segment in the