Mark Hamburger was a standout ball player at Mounds View High School and even pitched a few games in the big leagues. Then, he got high. Again, and again, and again, and again.By last spring, Hamburger's pot problem had cost him his job in the MLB. He found himself living in his parents' Shoreview b ... More >>
Devendra Banhart is a strange one. The Brooklyn-based indie-folk artist has been making music of his own unique creation for over a decade, and his 8th album, Mala, is arguably his best to date. Not that Banhart would really know -- he eschews popular criticism and probably popular thought, too. M ... More >>
Los Amigos Invisibles have the kind of sound that puts the dance in the pants of six-year-olds and 60-year-olds alike. It's irresistibly funky, a sort of crazy Latin-jazz fusion that happens when you blend smooth disco with salsa instincts. For years, the band and press have been calling this unique ... More >>
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