“Just like ball is life, music is life,” we caught up with the candid singer/songwriter, Jordana Nye, to discuss her creative process and talk about her new album Face The Wall, a sentimental ode to growth and self-evolution. Face The Wall brings forth collapsed elements
LÉON brought her “Fade Into A Dream” tour through Minneapolis earlier this month. LÉON, the stage name of Swedish singer Lotta Lindgren, delighted adoring fans with longtime favorites as well as a collection of tunes from her most recent album Circles. Released earlier this year,
Bastille brought their ‘Give Me The Future Tour’ to St. Paul last weekend, treating fans new and old to a stellar selection of songs from their expansive discography. The year is 2013. I drive through my hometown, playing Bastille’s debut album Bad Blood on repeat.
Norwegian songstress AURORA transported fans into her magical world during a stunning and emotional performance at The Fillmore this week. AURORA’s third studio album The Gods We Can Touch was the main focus throughout the 16-song set. She began the set with Heathens, taking center
Three years on, indie outfit Hippo Campus make a triumphant return to London, conquering a sold-out show at The Garage. It’s as if Hippo Campus have brought summer with them, not only in sound but also in sun. The clear sky, an optimistic indication of
Touring to celebrate the release of their third album Skinty Fia, Irish rockers Fontaines D.C. delighted a packed First Avenue crowd last weekend. Partisan Records labelmates Just Mustard warmed up the crowd with a subdued and haunting set. Their lowkey stage presence complimented lead singer
“Songwriting is the only reason I healed,” we chatted with Lexi Jayde following a stunning performance at Fine Line in Minneapolis. The LA-based artist to watch has just announced her second EP closer to closure, set for release on May 26th via Artist Partner Group.
Snail Mail delighted fans with a beautiful performance at Minneapolis’ First Avenue last weekend. Valentine, Lindsey Jordan’s critically-acclaimed sophomore album, had obviously set the theme for the night. The First Avenue stage was adorned with cupids and Jordan’s mic stand was wrapped in ivy. As
KALEO delighted the audience at their first performance at the renowned Ryman Auditorium this week. Surrounded by bright white lights that lit the entire stage, KALEO entered amid cheers from the crowd. The Icelandic rock band immediately began with Break My Baby, commanding the audience
Conan Gray gave a beautifully heartfelt performance at The Armory in Minneapolis last week. A large LED screen placed center stage lit up with a graphic showing a crow in a cage, tying back to the title of Conan Gray’s 2020 album Kid Krow. The