Aussie synth pop sweethearts Cut Copy filled the main room of First Ave, promoting their new album Zonoscope. They were joined by NYC's Holy Ghost!, who also helped Too Much Love celebrate their 4th anniversary after the show. PHOTOS BY ANNA GULBRANDSEN on April 9, 2011.
Grain Belt Bottling House Atrium hosted a totally wired benefit for
the Youth Performance Company with a Warholian 60's vibe. Music, art,
brew*, and beautiful people in *funky threads*, made for a groovy time. PHOTOS BY ED NEATON ON April 8th 2011
Running through the month of April at the Minnesota Zoo, the Wells Fargo Family Farm is hosting "Farm Babies," an exhibit featuring baby chicks, piglets, lambs, calves, goat kids, human kids - and bunnies. PHOTOS BY NIKKI MILLER on April 9, 2011
Mochipet headlined the stage at The Loft on Friday with Nostalgia, Bogtrotter, Kaza, and Stratus starting the show off. Mochipet threw a great party with his dino suit on all night long. PHOTOS BY CODY LIDTKE on April 8, 2010
One third of Swedish House Mafia Steve Angello stopped by Epic Friday night with his "Size Matters" US bus tour, giving Minneapolis a taste of what Miami got from the notorious partiers a few weeks ago. He was joined by openers AN21, Max Vangeli, and Sound in Motion's own Dirty Talk.
Heiruspecs brought it home to their alma matar St. Paul Central for a second annual Scholarship Fund Concert. Mayda Miller and Abstract Pack opened. Special guest Brother Ali
PHOTOS BY ALEXA JONES ON APRIL 7, 2011
Sharon Van Etten and her band filled the Cedar Cultural center with her
stunning vocals and passionate songs Wednesday night along with openers
Little Scream & Stardweller.
PHOTOS BY TONY NELSON on April 6, 2011
The Japanese psychedelic/prog quartet Acid Mothers Temple & the Melting Paraiso U.F.O. (Underground Freak Out) performed to a three-quarters full 7th Street Entry on Tuesday, April 5, 2011. A band that's equal parts prog-rock, jam band, and trippy psychedelia with enough of Motorhead's bombast...
The Lowbrow roared into Kingfield offering farm-to-table bar food and
weekend brunch with a comfortable, neighborhood vibe. Whether you're
ordering a can of Hamm's or a pint of a local craft brew, be sure to peruse
the baseball cards sealed into the bar top.
PHOTOS BY ALMA GUZMAN