From scoring Craig Blacklock DVDs and Duluth Playhouse productions to cooking up thought-provoking short films and running his own record label, Duluth native Ryan Rapsys is sure up to the task of making his mama proud.
The up-and-coming Twin Cities hard rock outfit Tepetricy has a lot of local ties — four out of its five members are from Duluth, to be exact — so we thought we’d hit them up before their Jan. 10 show at Norm’s.
To say Ryan Rapsys is keeping busy is almost laughable. In addition to collaborating on the Brewhouse’s new commercial, the Duluth composer recently announced that his record label will be releasing music on iTunes and Amazon MP3.
Also reviewed: Cary Brothers’ “Who You Are," Ann Savoy and Her Sleepless Knights’ “If Dreams Come True," Sir Salvatore’s “Those Men are Not Astronauts," Dan Colehour’s “Straight to the Highway” and “Music in the Zoo, Vol. 3," the latest batch of recordings to emerge from the Minnesota Zoo's summer concert series.
“Emote-Shun,” a new performance category in itself, is an onstage biathlon that incorporates ballet, live piano, contemporary dance, Argentinian tango, hip-hop and an experimental film production — or so reads its slick postcard flyer.
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