Recording in Seattle, Brooklyn, upstate New York, Los Angeles and Milwaukee, Ra Ra Riot is used to working on the go.
From behind thick tortoise-framed glasses and underneath a head of wavy auburn hair, Tommy Ryman has no problem admitting he can only do one pull-up. By accenting his physical looks and nerdish personality with a delightful innocence, high-pitched
Bickering factions, swaying loyalties, backstabbing betrayals and a whole lot of political ambition — “Henry VI” is the perfect play for this election season.
After getting into comics at age 17 and interning at Marvel during his college years, Eliot Rahal fell in love with the genre. One day, it eventually clicked for h
Sketch comedy is changing its form in Minneapolis. A longtime hotbed of humor, the city boasts an impressive collection of comedians dedicated to open mics, improv and weekly stand-up showcases.
With a penchant for anything anti-authoritarian, a casual disregard for creating controversy and a steady diet of ’90s cartoons, comedian Justin Colucci is familiar to anyone who went to high school with a devious prankster. Colucci, a self-d
For Lake Street Dive, major success has been a long time coming.
Local rapper Guante is a jack-of-all-trades. In addition to music, he’s pursuing a Masters of Liberal Studies at the University of Minnesota.
Perfume Monster was never meant to be a band. While finishing up on different music projects, lead singer Thomas “Hazen” Zimborski and drummer Kyle Steen began sharing files online without intending to perform in front of a live a
Born in chlorine, electrocuted and dropped as a baby, and taught to read from a weird uncle’s Playboy subscription — this is the off-kilter way Poolboy describes the origin of their music. In reality, the local band formed a little more