Even though Steve Rosborough has moved his eclectically awesome indie record label, Moon Glyph, from Minneapolis to Oakland, that doesn't mean that the cassette/vinyl only imprint will quit focusing on Twin Cities bands. And, as if to prove Rosborough's continuing dedication to the local bands who h ... More >>
Score one for local vinyl and cassette tape label Moon Glyph: the one-man operation was profiled today in Altered Zones, Pitchfork's offshoot site that delves into underground and DIY scenes. In addition to explaining his reasons for starting the label and how he selects the eclectic bands he wor ... More >>
Warmy GirlsParker Sprout, the brain and heart of Velvet Davenport, spent last winter recording to four-track his nearly here Warmy Girls, Velvet Davenport's third release on local label well-on-the-rise Moon Glyph, and their first on shellac. These sparse, sun-saturated excursions placably direct ... More >>
We had 108 local music scene peeps participate in this year's Picked to Click poll. Below, you can judge -- er, "peruse" the ballots of each and every one of our voters, along with descriptions of their contributions to the local scene. For more on Picked to Click, check out this year's issue, al ... More >>
The bands who received nods in this year's Picked to Click poll aren't just limited to the 11 we featured in this week's issue. See below for a full list of all of the bands who received votes in this year's poll, with the total points awarded to each band.Remember: Voters were told to choose fiv ... More >>
The weekend is here! The weekend is here! What will you do with your time? Here are some humble suggestions.
Grumpy's NE has been hosting a weekly series of happy hours and listening parties for localvores, and tonight I'll be returning to DJ from 7 to 9 p.m. with my partner in crime, Ben Clark (aka @trikno). We'll be spinning some brand new tracks by everyone from Haunted House to Buffalo Moon, Velvet ... More >>
Photo by Nikki MillerVelvet Davenport, Vampire Hands, Magic Castles and Camden July 15, 2010 Turf Club Thursday night, as Thursday nights oft do, brought a bevy of good shows to the Twin Cities, and not the least of them was the show at the Turf Club in support of local label Moon Glyph's fi ... More >>
As I type this Regolith, Vol. 1 is spinning around on my record player, a terrific white full moon slab of vinyl with contributions from Leisure Birds, Magic Castles, Dante & The Lobster, Velvet Davenport, Camden, Vampire Hands, Daughters of the Sun, The Blind Shake, Skoal Kodiak and Moonston ... More >>
"The local music scene is just unbelievable right now so I figured it's time to document a little glimpse." That's Steve Rosborough, the person behind Moon Glyph, a project/label/boutique releasing the record just to the right next month on July 13th. "Moon Glyph began when I decided to self-rel ... More >>
It was bloody, fruity and even a little hoppy...
Steve Rosborough's brainchild distributed Soothsayer, Velvet Davenport, and more
We promise we won't mention his Barcelona meltdown. Whoops.
As if the Clown Lounge wasn't trippy enough.
Cracker and Dar Williams perform for the Current, Owl City interviewed & a whole lot of Prince.
The Pretenders' venue changed again, Romana Falls and Le Loup announce TC dates & Zee Avi plays the Current.
Local luminaries release stellar LP, bid farewell to founding member.
Band prepares promising limited-run EP
The local rock band is steadily gaining momentum with last year's sleeper hit, Centralia
Chairlift play the Fine Line Music Cafe tonight with Peter Bjorn and John.