Friday, May 28, 2010

Soundset 2010 is here!

The Rhymesayers crew's biggest party is here and this year's line-up features Method Man & Redman with the best midwest Hip-Hop acts and usual headlining suspects Atmosphere.

Buy tickets here!

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Sarah White: Fade Remixed

Minneapolis artist Sarah White recently released a remix collection of her track Fade that Includes the original DJ Don Cuco produced track, as well as many collaborations with artists like Busy, J Todd, Basil & Zaphryn and Venezuelan dubstep producer Sonotech.
Download the whole EP for free at

<a href="">FADE: Sonotech Remix by Sarah White</a>

<a href="">FADE (Original) by Dj Don Cuco by Sarah White</a>

Tuesday, May 4, 2010

GAYNGS VIDEO "CRY"...and The Last Prom On Earth!

Check out this great face morphing video for the song "Cry" off of Relayted the debut album of the megagroup Gayngs. Look closely chances are you'll recognize some of your friends and local musicians in it.

The band started by Ryan Olson & Solid Gold members Zack Coulter and Adam Hurlburt, drew the attention of many artists from the midwest and beyond.

jagjaguwar: "From the moment anyone heard Olson, Coulter, and Hurlburt's rough version of their first composition "The Gaudy Side of Town," they wanted in on it. To most of the players involved, this genre of music was quite foreign yet entirely familiar. Olson knew this, and began calling upon an eclectic cast of contributors whom he thought would share his vision, and relish in the idea of exploring uncharted musical territory within them. The first people to join the cause were North Carolina's Megafaun (Joe Westerlund, Brad Cook, Phil Cook), and with them came Ivan Howard (The Rosebuds), and Bon Iver's Justin Vernon and Mike Noyce. By mid-2009 the studio sessions were becoming more and more frequent, bouncing back and forth between April Base and Olson's bedroom. In Minneapolis, Olson brought in Rhymesayers rapper P.O.S and his fellow Doomtree artist Dessa, psych-rockers Jake Luck and Nick Ryan (Leisure Birds), song-birds Channy Moon-Casselle and Katy Morley, jazz-saxophonist Michael Lewis (Happy Apple, Andrew Bird), retro-pop duo Maggie Morrison and Grant Cutler (Lookbook), and slide-guitarist Shön Troth (Solid Gold)."

Don't forget to buy your tickets HERE for the Last Prom On Earth show at First Avenue on May 14th 2010 and remember to dress up in your best attire for this awesome last's gonna be of epic proportions!