The Daredevil Christopher Wright is a vivacious cannonball of pop, rock, and folk erupting from Northern Wisconsin.
The Plastic Constellations first hit the scene in 1995 as teenagers and reunited for Modern Radio Record Label's 10 year anniversary show..
Minnesota mainstays Matt Wilson and John Munson have musically merged once again as The Twilight Hours. The duo found success in their early incarnation Trip Shakespeare and apart in bands such as Semisonic and Polara.
The Arms Akimbo is made up of brothers Nick and Ian Schaster and friend Chris Dillon. After a brief stint as The Serfs, the trio reformed in early 2009 with a new name and sound.
Peter Wolf Crier is a new two-piece rooted in the Twin Cities music scene. Peter Pisano formerly of The Wars of 1812 and Brian Moen of the Laarks join forces in this gritty, folk-rock masterpiece.
Romantica's latest EP Control Alt Country Delete, was recorded on March 23rd 2009 in Austin Texas one day after the chaos of South by Southwest.
Indie quintet Pictures of Then has commanded a lot of attention in '09 including a new album, extensive touring, and heaps of press.
Tried and true Twin Cities rocker Curtiss A stopped by the Current studios in support of his annual John Lennon Tribute Show.
The "Minnesota Beatle Project Volume I" is a compilation composed entirely of Minnesota musicians recording their own version of their favorite Beatles' songs.
Named after a bird watchers guide book found in a California bookstore, the band No Bird Sing creates a raw, bluesy blend of hip-hop.
We Are The Willows started off as a side-project for Peter Miller the lead singer of Red Fox Grey Fox.
Total Babe creates a brand of sophisticated pop rock featuring bright vocals, peppy keyboard and graceful strings. Just babes themselves, this troupe of mostly high schoolers know how to write a pop song.
Birds of Virginia celebrated the release of their debut album "Trees at Dusk" in October, 2009.
A product of rural Minnesota, Holly Newsom leads Zoo Animal with her smooth, alto vocals reminiscent of Cat Power. Joined by Tim Abramson on bass and Thom Burton on drums, Zoo Animal constructs clean rifts and catchy rock.
When I expected them to sell out, they made "Embryonic," possibly the most challenging work they've delivered their current fan base at any given time in the band's career. I should have known better. With the Lips, it's best to expect nothing beyond something unexpected.