The venerable nightspot may get a new lease on life in new location.
Updated: December 28, 2012, - 11:11 PM
Justin Sharbono has big shoes to fill - never mind that they happen to be his distant cousin's.
Updated: December 27, 2012, - 03:54 PM
Soul Asylum's new guitarist, Justin Sharbono, grew up with "Grave Dancers Union."
Updated: December 27, 2012, - 10:42 AM
At a time when so many other rappers only see in dollar signs and name brands, Stefon Alexander made a hip-hop album denouncing the material world and the corrupt, broken capitalist society behind it. "I'm not invited / I'm not crying / Calling out crimes," he says on behalf of the 99 percent. If that doesn't sound radical, then get a load of the envelope-pushing music in such dance-floor ignitors as "Get Down" and "F--- Your Stuff," each a wild mish-mash of electronic dance beats and punky mayhem helmed by Kanye West cohort Andrew Dawson, German producer Boys Noize and Doomtree's Lazerbeak. Rarely do records provoke this much thought while prodding so much movement. (216 voter points)
Updated: December 23, 2012, - 04:48 PM
MINNESOTA COVERS '69 LOVE SONGS'Saturday: In one of the more ambitious and certainly the most heavily populated tribute projects from...
Updated: December 22, 2012, - 02:47 PM
Leah Rule "had the biggest smile of anyone in the Twin Cities music scene," said Martin Devaney, one of the countless musicians who came up under Rule's wing at the Turf Club, a rock 'n' roll haven in St. Paul. Those musicians suffered a somber blow just before the holidays when they learned that Rule, who helped book bands at the Turf for a decade with her husband, Rob, died early Friday after a nearly two-year battle with ovarian cancer. The Twin Cities native was 44.
Updated: December 21, 2012, - 11:10 PM
The top local albums of 2012, voted on by 23 Twin Cities music writers and pundits.
Updated: December 21, 2012, - 12:15 PM
Our 11th annual Twin Cities Critics’ Tally makes a big statement about what P.O.S.’ art meant in this community. TCCT 2012 also speaks to the ever-deepening pool of young talent in the Minnesota music scene.
Updated: December 21, 2012, - 10:47 AM
The '80s blasters that shadowed Hüsker Dü play their first show in 11 years Saturday.
Updated: December 20, 2012, - 02:20 PM