Location: xxxxxxxxxxxx When: Friday, March 31st @ 9PM
Lyric Marid is having a good 2017, things can only get better now that his latest project Sota Seoul is out. The Mill City Collective artist will hold his release party at an undisclosed location tonight, word around town is that there will also be soul fool in the building. The event will also include performances from BdotCroc, Why Khaliq, Nathan Ejuwa, Major G, and Knucky; a sold lineup that should impress. Deeply Rooted Tribe and Mr. Peter Parker will handle the hosting duties rounding out what should be a great night. This one is $20 and the address will be sent to you promptly, click the link below to buy yours now.
Enemy Planes will headline Icehouse tonight, their shows have been few and far between as of late, but they’ve picked things up recently. Beasthead will open up the evening rounding out what should be a solid night of music. This one is 21+ and tickets are still available for only $8 ($10 @ door), click the link below to buy yours now.
Nightchain is one of the best DJ nights in the Twin Cities. Icehouse is one of the best venues in the Twin Cities. Add those 2 things together and you have one of the best events in the Twin Cities, especially when talking about Sundays. This time around the homie DJ Low will take the reins, you can expect a healthy dose of dance music and hip hop bangers. Of course Icehouse will have the drink specials on deck, this one is 21+ and the door is $5; stop by if you’re looking for something to fill out your Sunday night.
Standing right in the heart of downtown NE lies Masu. After passing by Masu well over a dozen times, we finally made our way inside for some sake and noodles. After entering the restaurant, we couldn’t help but notice the unique layout. In the center of the restaurant, there is an enormous curved bar followed by a handful of neon bright Pachinko games tucked in the back corner. If you are looking for more of an intimate setting, the left side of the restaurant has just what you need.
Masu has it all really: it is an aesthetically pleasing restaurant with delicious food, great sake, and an attentive staff. When it comes down it it, we plan to be back for seconds. Most importantly, If you’re looking for a decent bowl of pork belly ramen – look no farther.
The Unknown Creatures crew will take over the Reverie tonight for their Spring Dance Party. If you haven’t been to the Reverie yet, you should definitely check it out, the sound is solid and their overall space is great for live shows. The night will also feature music from Nyasia, R.A.D x Booboo, Wizdom and a few special guests. This one is 18+ and the door is only $5, click the link below for more info.
Allan Kingdom is on fire right now, one of the Twin Cities’ brightest stars recently garnered another Grammy nomination. With the summer looming, Allan has been in rare form, releasing a new video and surprisingly announcing a new album titled, Lines. His most recent release comes in the form of a collaboration with London based producer Cadenza. The production fits Allan’s style like a glove, it’s almost as if it was tailor made. The Northern Gentleman sounds as confident as ever on each new release, we can’t wait to hear Lines, which is due out April 7th. Check out “Vibes” below and be on the look out for more from Allan Kingdom.
Alex Wiley stopped by PIFF in Minneapolis before his show for a meet and greet with his fans. The afternoon was very chill with a lot of dope gear being worn and sold. Check out some of the pics above and stay tuned for more from PIFF.
Location: 501 Cedar Avenue S, Minneapolis When: Saturday, April 1st @ 9PM
Baby Shel will be in town this weekend for a headlining show at the Nomad. The night will also feature performances from Dot Ducati, Spiffy Wilds, and Juice Lord, along with a few special guests. This show is 21+ and the door is $10, the Nomad is always a good time so make sure to come stop by.
Minneapolis’ art scene is collectively growing across a lot of different mediums. The music scene is burgeoning, and fashion in the Twin Cities looks like it might be heading in the same direction. One brand pushing boundaries is Pacify, their work often promotes diversity and empowerment; regularly paired with political messages. Quality, hand made pieces for very reasonable prices, Pacify’s limited collections tend to sell out quickly. Check out their web-store for your self by clicking the link below and make sure to keep an eye out for more from Pacify.