Instead of “Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness,” Minneapolis band Story of the Sea's latest is more of a “Garage Days Re-revisited” thing.
for the News Tribune, 03/07/2013
James Moors has been around for a while, making albums and playing live all over the country as himself and under the pseudonym “Sterling Waters.”
for the News Tribune, 02/28/2013
“Signed and Sealed in Blood” is that Dropkick Murphys experience as distilled and focused as it’s ever been presented.
for the News Tribune, 02/21/2013
If you’re really into The Lumineers, you may have trouble getting into A Winter Downpour. But not being easily digestible isn’t bad.
Duluth News Tribune, 02/14/2013
“Glowcap” is the sound of talented people making music that wants to be the most chest-thumping, heart-ripping, tear-jerking stuff around.
for the News Tribune, 02/07/2013
“3” is the kind of album that so often is sorely missing, these days — an album that sounds like humans creating music together.
for the News Tribune, 01/31/2013
“Barnswallow” should do nothing to slow his roll, as it’s a nice chunk of what he does best.
for the News Tribune, 01/25/2013
If you’re a fan of electronic music — or just pop music, in general — the album "Human Chemistry" by former Duluthians Duck Duck Punch is a required listen.
for the News Tribune, 01/24/2013
Dave Mehling’s one of those guys. He just makes it seem easy when it’s really anything but.
for the News Tribune, 01/17/2013
Kaivama is a relatively new duo — they first performed live in 2010 — made up of violinist Sara Pajunen and guitarist-pianist-harmonium player Jonathan Rundman.
for the News Tribune, 01/10/2013
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