Tag Archives: Pop

Video – John Chuck & The Class – Business As Usual

Winners of the Humans Win! studio contest last year, John Chuck and The Class are releasing their first track.
It’s like a pop/rap party, and everyone is invited.


They are performing at Mill City Nights on Dec 19th.



Listen – OSO – Worse Than I Think

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Reviews – Greycoats CD Release at Paikka: Back to the future of another world


Photo By Aaron Van Luven – http://efri.co

By Ann Treacy

Saturday night I was invited to awaken from 100-year sleep and become a crew member aboard spacecraft Aspera with the Greycoats to celebrate the release of their latest CD Adrift. The party and the music were both exactly what I imagined the future would be when I was a kid. It was a little retro, a little space age, a little kitsch and a lot of notes that struck just the right chord. Continue reading

Listen – Catbath – Ta-Da (from Nervous Breakthroughs Split EP)

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Amazing and eclectic 4 band, 4 song split EP.
The bands include – Catbath, Strange Relations, Whatever Forever and Daisy Chains.


Review – Skittish – Two Legs Bad


By Kelsey Simpkins (The Aural Premonition)

There’s a live music renaissance happening in Saint Paul this year, and I’m finding more reasons than just the new breweries to spend an evening downtown, at Bedlam Lowertown, Public Kitchen and Bar, or Amsterdam Bar and Hall. There are also more Saint Paul-based bands than ever releasing great albums, although it’s still assumed a runner-up to Minneapolis in terms of musical capacity. So for a band that identifies with the outsiders in the world, Saint Paul makes a perfect home for folk-rock group Skittish, who just released their latest album, Two Legs Bad, on September 15, 2015. Continue reading