Chris Riemenschneider

Columnist/Reporter | Local Music
Phone: 612-673-4658
Chris Riemenschneider has been covering the Twin Cities music scene since 2001, long enough to earn a shout-out from Prince during “Play That Funky Music (White Boy).” The St. Paul native was also a music critic at the Austin American-Statesman for five years.

Recent content from Chris Riemenschneider

Irish hitmaker Hozier talks 'Church' and his state of mind

The “Take Me to Church” singer, 24, says he' enjoying the ride, especially when it came to the Grammys.

Updated: February 19, 2015, - 04:49 PM

Sleater-Kinney returns to a city full of love

The influential riot-grrrl trio's first tour in nine years relied heavily on its new album, "No Cities to Love."

Updated: February 15, 2015, - 06:59 PM

Rapper Lizzo fits in well with the Sleater-Kinney's riot-grrrls

The local rapper called in from her tour with Sleater-Kinney, landing at First Ave Saturday.

Updated: February 13, 2015, - 08:54 AM

Spotlight: The return of Sleater-Kinney

Saturday: It’s true, Sleater-Kinney was one of rock’s most influential yet unfamous bands of the late-’90s and early-’00s, not just...

Updated: February 12, 2015, - 01:21 PM

A plainer John Mellencamp in a gussied-up Northrop

John Mellencamp struck a darker, raw tone during Wednesday’s first of two Minneapolis concerts. Some of the high points of the 105-minute concert benefitted from the more intimate setting and Northrop’s newly refined, warm acoustics.

Updated: February 12, 2015, - 05:35 AM

Justin Vernon talks Eaux Claires fest and the return of Bon Iver

The Bon Iver musicmaker described the lineup of his inaugural July festival as “all selfish” picks, including National, Spoon, Indigo Girls and Low.

Updated: February 11, 2015, - 12:07 PM

Mystic Lake Casino's gamble on Marilyn Manson pays off

The “Dope Show” hitmaker let his music do the talking during a rib-rocking showcase at Mystic Lake.

Updated: February 07, 2015, - 07:00 AM

KFAI's future tuned into Turf Club benefit

Saturday's fundraiser hopes to spin the public radio station forward with X-Boys, Mofos and physically sidelined guitar hero Michael Yonkers.

Updated: February 05, 2015, - 02:58 PM

Minnesota recording studio guru John Kuker dies unexpectedly

While recording some of rock’s biggest stars, John Kuker kept his roots in Minnesota, helping locals such as Semisonic and...

Updated: February 04, 2015, - 08:34 PM

Rhymesayers dials up a boombox for your iPhone

The Minneapolis indie-rap company hopes to put an old-school spin on the new way that most kids listen to music.

Updated: February 04, 2015, - 09:27 AM

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