By Chris KozaRufus Wainwright once wrote "Along the bending path away, I smiled in knowing I'd be back one day." Perhaps he was talking about his return to Minnesota. The singer will be back in the Twin Cities for two shows this weekend to share his talents and charm at the Fitzgerald Theater. On th ... More >>
By Ben Westhoff
Each week in our print editions and every day on our blogs, the 13 Voice Media Group papers feature some of the best music writing in the country.
That's why we're excited to announce the winners of our first VMG music writing awards. The honor goes to the authors of one blog post ... More >>
Dave King has an all-caps approach to his creative existence. The Bad Plus drummer has so many projects whizzing around in his shaved dome that you should probably just consult his website to get the level of familiarity necessary. In short, he could put out albums in 2013 with Dave King's Trucking ... More >>
See Also:The Bad Plus announce September release for Never StopSlideshow: The Bad Plus at Dakota Jazz ClubThe beauty of Upstate New York gets paired with forks jabbed into the innards of a grand piano for celebrated local jazz trio the Bad Plus' latest studio effort, Made Possible. And it's all on d ... More >>
This week's cover story delves into the story of Daniel Levy, son of the Honeydogs' lead singer Adam Levy, who took his own life at only 21 earlier this year. Unsurprisingly, there are references to the father-son bond that pop up in lyrics back to when Daniel was a young child. Due to an enormou ... More >>
"African M Pulse," Obsidian Arts' new exhibit now showing at Pillsbury House, is a fascinating look at contemporary artists creating works by delving into, springing from, and, sometimes, deviating against African art traditions. It's a wonderful show that is worth checking out at the vibrant com ... More >>
You're front row, dead center at a show for your favorite band, they've just played your second favorite song, and you can't wait to hear what's next. There's a short pause in between songs--the singer thanks the crowd, the bassist cracks a private joke to the drummer, and meanwhile, in a matter ... More >>
The ridiculously close results are leading both parties to scramble to both use and abuse the situation in Minnesota for political gain. The poor people in New York will soon be spinning and dizzy from all of the bickering that will likely follow.