Catching up with some of the 'Hawks' most prominent members
News and notes from the City Pages music blog
Electronic one-man band Martin Dosh steps out of the background and into the spotlight
Enjoy shows without ever leaving your house again
Formerly Mod Gregg Araki wears someone else's '70s 'Skin'
Ten scientifically approved verdicts about the best albums of the year
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
Jeff Tweedy remembers all things blatant and obscure on Wilco's new album
More than a decade into Paul Westerberg's solo career, it's time to replace The Replacements
The life and times of Minneapolis's sexiest violinist
Mason Jennings listens to Wings, burns incense
Gary Louris and the Jayhawks have soared with introspective songs and rich melodies. Now, with their upbeat new album, Smile, the band is determined to fly up the commercial charts.
The Get Up Kids combine hard playing with hard feelings for a new "emo" audience
On Tales of a Traveler, Blue Mountain trade their twang for a modern country roar
Two albums devoted to Woody Guthrie discover new notes in the people's music. Does the song remain the same?
Four years ago Lee's Liquor Lounge was just another dying neighborhood bar. Then this guy Nate calls the owner, Louie, and the place turns into--well, no one is quite sure what. But there's nowhere else like it.
Minnesota's most beloved rock band sets out to reinvent itself--and discovers itself in the process