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[ELECTRONIC] Jai Wolf Releases “Starlight”, Announces Desert Moon Tour

It’s been a big year for Foreign Family Collective standout Jai Wolf, who recently finished touring his exceptional first EP, Kindred Spirits– but that isn’t stopping him from releasing jaw dropping tracks like “Starlight”, a collaboration with Mr. Gabriel of former KOPECKY fame. This track exemplifies what Jai does best- all encompassing synths paired with sentimental, building piano- introspective, dreamlike lyrics […]

[LISTEN] Cathedrals’ Newest Single Finds Balance Between Heartache and Hope

If you’ve ever been hurt in love; if you’ve ever stared out into the vastness of space from your bedroom window, wondering where in the world that someone special is, or where you lie in their heart; if you’ve ever felt the pain and the exhilaration of meeting someone new, then the emotions that ooze […]

[CONCERT RECAP] Seeing Maggie Rogers at Triple Rock Social Club Was Everything

There are a handful of reasons that I could have been anywhere but the Triple Rock Social Club, a small, dingy nightclub in my hometown of Minneapolis, this past Saturday evening: first of all, Maggie Rogers‘ show, like every other set on her inaugural North American tour, was super sold out.   Tonight in Minneapolis at […]

[FESTIVAL NEWS] Gearing Up: What The Fest’s 2017 Standout Acts You Can’t Miss

Cover photography: Daniel Zetterstrom Photo: Anna Kerr Painstaking festival production levels; a focus on arts and transformation; a connection to the surrounding landscape and the festival community; a killer lineup featuring the likes of Zhu, Cut Copy, and Gramatik. Oh, and a pool! These are just a few of  the distinguishing characteristics making 2017’s What The Festival in Wolf […]

[FOLK ROCK] Fleet Foxes Drops First Single In 6 Years + Tour Dates

I first listened to Fleet Foxes on a drive along Lake Superior in the summertime preceding my senior year of high school, coincidentally a few weeks after their last show in Minneapolis, in 2011. I was immediately taken aback by the intricate lyricism and fluid four-piece harmonies of the recently released Helplessness Blues, the Seattle […]