Mary Bue has been all over the place, creating music, putting out albums and starting a yoga studio. All before she turns 21 this Friday. 😉 Catch the release party for the release of The Majesty of Beasts, a very personal project for Bue.
If you haven’t had a chance to check out her music, this is a great chance! If you want to visit Duluth on Saturday you get a second chance or a second time to see her.
Filled with shoegaze, dark, dreamy, and reverb filled low end, Subtle Beast has released a new EP, called Hazel. Subtle Beast has pulled in some other great bands to join them at the Kitty Cat Klub for the release party.
On Saturday, March 18th in honor of his late daughter, Maharaja’s hosted an event featuring local musicians and artists, his hope is to continue this tradition of showcasing artists, music and otherwise for his daughter who hosted the event at the West 7th Maharaja’s location.Continue reading →
If you have a yearning to see a local three piece that rocks the North Cal surf punk sound–think The Dead Kennedy’s or perhaps the offspring of Devo/Fugazi, check out this live video of The Blind Shake taken at Hymie’s Vintage Records. Continue reading →
Jim Walsh’s Mad Ripple Hootenanny celebrated its 10 year anniversary at The Cedar Cultural Center in Minneapolis on November 10th, 2016. The host of the Hoot–Jim Walsh, was there to facilitate the post-election feelings and frustrations that the players carried burdensome in their hearts. In fact, many of the people inside of the Cedar had walked along with anti-Trump protestors–Gary Louris of the Jayhawks amongst them–as they journeyed to the show. Continue reading →
A progressive group of Hip-Hop artists are hitting the campaign trail to spread the word about social issues they care about. 7 dates, in and around the state. Check out EL.I.B.E, Jantzonia, Crimson and Megatron. Check out this cool new song from EL.I.B.E.