City Pages has gone to our share of Eyedea's shows throughout the years and he always had a friendly smile and boundless energy that made for some great photos. Here are some of our most recent of the Twin Cities musician who passed away last weekend. He will be greatly missed.
It was all pretty surreal at the Target Center Sunday night when Gorillaz took the stage: Damon Albarn fronting his second most famous band, old Clashmates Paul and Mick, De La Soul, Snoop Dogg in a video cameo, Bobby Womack--yes, "110th Street" Bobby Womack--and more. But what else do you...
NYC's Peelander-Z brought their "Japanese Action Comic Punk" to the Turf Club, complete with human bowling, kaiju squid limbo and bassist-led conga lines. Twin Cities punk bands Birthday Suits and In Defence opened.
Minneapolis native Adam Garcia designed another amazing shirt for Espada, Anton, Petey, So Gold and Booka B's monthly, Wants Vs. Needs, and Club Jager. Jameson specials, free t-shirts and dancing all night, what's not to love? PHOTOS BY KEVIN O'MEARA on Oct. 15, 2010
Somali-born rapper K'naan played an powerful and inspirational set on this epic night at First Ave. Fists and flags were raised high throughout the packed and energetic crowd. Paper Tongues opened. PHOTOS BY ALEXA JONES on October 17, 2010
Melbourne's The Temper Trap delighted fans Thursday night with favorites from their 2009 debut album Conditions. First Ave was packed early for opening sets by British electro-rockers Delphic and Brooklyn-based duo The Hundred in the Hands. PHOTOS BY ANNA GULBRANDSEN on October 14, 2010.
Brooklyn's The Drums and South Florida's Surfer Blood brought their infectious Smiths and Joy Division-inspired indie pop to the Varsity Theater, sharing a co-headlining bill. The Dewars, from West Palm Beach, Florida opened. PHOTOS BY ERIK HESS on October 13, 2010.
Guided By Voices brought their "classic lineup" tour to a sold out First Avenue Tuesday night. GBV fans screamed, shouted, fist-pumped & basically brought the house down while their heroes plowed through many of their fuzzy guitar-rock lo-fi hits. Times New Viking opened. PHOTOS BY STACY...