Written by Todd Sarvies Monday, 14 May 2007 07:24
The band returned like the commanding force I remembered. The energy. The confidence. The band that had stole the show.
Written by Pete Wissinger Monday, 14 May 2007 03:41
The best fun of Deerhunter's set came when frontman Bradford Cox announced that they would play a song they wrote about the Ponys (which they described as a "gay dance song").
Written by Leslie Wilson Tuesday, 08 May 2007 12:58
The hard-won sensitivity of a romantic and creative adolescence seems to definitely have its benefits—either that, or Sweden is kinder to its young.
Written by Jim Campbell Tuesday, 08 May 2007 11:26
I completely forgot that sometimes shows are the best way for musicians to highlight their new music. I was intrigued.
Written by Pete Wissinger & Mandy Jordan Tuesday, 08 May 2007 09:19
If performers are good, everyone should leave feeling good. Personally, I believe that if performers are great, everyone should leave feeling changed, feeling like they're a part of something bigger.
Written by Geoff Koch Saturday, 05 May 2007 04:03
If you were there, you saw a relentless, uncompromising band at the height of its craft.
Written by Amy Burger Thursday, 03 May 2007 15:07
The crowd at Atomic Cowboy was immediately drawn into the Girls' sexy-sleazy stage presence and explosive sound.
Written by Amy Burger Thursday, 03 May 2007 15:02
In person, the Irish-Catholic Sexton—short, stocky, curly haired and slightly disheveled—hardly looks capable of producing the incredible, powerful vocal range that he does.
Written by Amanda Pelle Monday, 30 April 2007 14:18
Cautious at first of the native frostbite, they penetrated the modest Minneapolis venue with an almost aggravated introduction to their album.
Written by Laura Hamlett Saturday, 28 April 2007 08:21
They're just five guys who feel the music that they're driven to create and perform.
Written by Kaylen Hoffman Wednesday, 25 April 2007 14:10
I've been waiting to hear "The Tain" live, and it's just as perfect as I could have imagined. The five different parts are effortlessly seamed together, creating a harmonious piece of music.
Written by Kevin Renick Wednesday, 25 April 2007 14:04
Although Lennon's legacy hung thickly in the air, and at least one conversation took place in the audience speculating that most in the sold-out crowd were there to see Beatle royalty rather than to enjoy the music of Sean Lennon, this "Beautiful Boy" didn't so much as acknowledge his past, or mention his famous parents.
Written by Pete Wissinger Wednesday, 25 April 2007 13:23
The band ended the set by tearing through an almost punk rendition of "Watch Out for Me Ronnie" and a stunning performance of their epic "The Story of Yo La Tengo" (which featured a guitar freak-out that gave me goose bumps).
Written by Dave Jasmon Tuesday, 24 April 2007 14:52
After Martin Dosh took the stage to craft a percussive medley, the gentle-natured Bird joined in a tan suit, looking parts Ichabod Crane and boy-next-door.
Written by Joseph O'Fallon Monday, 16 April 2007 15:09
A local band's third show might be deserving of this café-size crowd, but Portland's four-piece, Parenthetical Girls, is worthy of a packed house.
Written by Amanda Pelle Sunday, 15 April 2007 14:28
The only "Big Drag" about the Easter show at the Varsity Theatre in Minneapolis was waiting for Limbeck to take the stage with their powerful presence.
Written by Dave Jasmon Monday, 09 April 2007 14:35
Speaking of playful, it's not an Umphrey's show without a healthy handful of tongue-in-cheek moments, and this night included both the Death Metal "Nopener," as well the a dedication of a tune "to all the guys."
Written by Dave Jasmon Monday, 09 April 2007 14:20
Between making fun of boyish bass player Eric Corson and a yawning member of the audience, Roderick wagged his tongue without a hint of self-consciousness, expressing gratitude for getting to play on the same stage as Chuck Berry and taking a number of requests from the audience and fellow tourmates.
Written by Katie Herring Wednesday, 28 March 2007 14:14
The show drew all types of music fans—old hippie throwbacks, teen girls clad in their cutest Hollister miniskirts waiting for Matt Thiessen's marriage proposal, hardcore teenage guys straight from the set of Wayne's World, and even a hip youth pastor thrown in for good measure.
Written by Joseph O'Fallon Monday, 26 March 2007 14:02
I was feeling sick. No offense to the Riverboat Gamblers, but after their set I threw up.
Written by Aaron Brummet Monday, 26 March 2007 13:35
The songs convey one man's honest attempts to work out his own emotional struggles and grasp the concept of faith and his relationship with God.
Written by Andrew Scavotto Monday, 26 March 2007 09:02
Finn's lyrics and regular-guy personality have created a strong connection between the band and its fans.
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