Indeed Brewing has always been supportive of the Twin Cities’ music scene sponsoring and even throwing a wide variety of events every year. Their upcoming event at Icehouse features an amazing lineup in Black Diet, PHO, and Ayvah. The show will serve as a reunion for Black Diet, who ruled the local festival circuit and critic’s picks lists between 2014-2015. PHO has established itself as a band that never disappoints, and Ayvah is one of the Twin Cities’ more promising up and coming artists. Anyone in attendance will enjoy heavy doses of soul, funk and R&B, from 3 great live performers. This one is 21+ and the tickets are available in advance for only $10 ($15 @ door), click the link below to buy yours now before this one sells out.
As the cold weather begins to set in, the Twin Cities music scene is beginning to heat up. This time of year is usually filled with good shows and tonight’s event at Icehouse is sure to fall into that category. The night will feature performances from CRASHprez, Doks Robotiks, and Wealthy Relative; an eclectic lineup that is sure to win over fans of all kinds. This one is 21+ and tickets will be available for only $8 at the door, click the link below for more info regarding the artists.
ZuluZuluu took to the web today to release their highly anticipated project, What’s The Price. A collective that is only beginning to show what they’re capable of bringing to the scene, ZuluZuluu’s sound is as unique as they come. Drawing inspiration from African traditions, jazz, R&B, electronic music, funk and rock & roll among other genres, Zuluzuluu is a true musical medley. The somber “Black Maybe” opens the project, but you should be dancing by the time you get to the SUPER funky “Fall Behind.” At only 7 tracks, What’s The Price breezes by in about 25 mins, while listening one gets the feeling that not a second is wasted. Check out What’s The Price below and click the link to purchase the album.
Location: 2354 N Milwaukee Avenue, Chicago When: Thursday, March 11th @ 8PM
YGP & Them Flavors will join forces tomorrow on an event dubbed “Midwest Standard.” With a focus on both music and art, the event will feature the sounds of Gosh Pith, A Billion Young, Karol Fox and Them Flavors themselves. On the art side of things, Julia Kriegel, Benjamn Marasco, Nicole Mizglaski, and Keith Smith will all be displayed throughout the venue. This one is 21+ and there is NO COVER, mark your calendars and click the link below for more information.
The Icehouse’s “Nightchain” series has been holding down Sunday evenings over the last few months, this Sunday marks yet another dope event. This time around, DJ Keezy will take over the Icehouse with a NeoTrapSoul event; Keith Millions and Ken Hannigan will also provide support. The event is free and there will be happy hour prices ALL NIGHT, not bad for a Sunday evening on Eat Street. Click the link below for more information and keep your eyes peeled for more.
ZuluZuluu took to Twitter a couple of weeks back to drop a new single via Sound Verite Records. The band is formed by an eclectic group of collaborators including Greg Grease, Myke Shevy, DJ Just Nine, and Adept among others. The new track, “Black Maybe,” is as spacey as can be with dream like vocals spread across a futuristic soundscape, the drop towards the end of the record really takes things to the next level. We can’t wait to catch these guys live again, until then, check out “Black Maybe” below and stay tuned for more from ZuluZuluu.
Despite popular belief, the city of Detroit is going through quite the renaissance, new minds and artists of all walks are helping to bring the city back from the depths. One such group helping to bring national attention to Detroit’s budding music scene is Gosh Pith, a duo whose music is pretty hard to confine to a box. A few weeks ahead of their upcoming “Gold Chain” tour, they dropped the video for their most recent release “K9.” The cinematic visual draws the viewer in instantly, the record only cements the overall experience as you watch the story unfold. Gosh Pith will be releasing their new EP, Gold Chain, on February 26th; check out more of their music below and stay tuned for more info regarding their tour.
The homies from Doks Robotiks released their new album Doks the other day for all of our listening pleasure. The jazz, hip hop, funk fused band features vocals from Adam Gumm and Konstant Movement with a variety of rotating musicians including Kristofer Bergh, DeCarlo Jackson, Rick Haneman, Rob Hagen, Henry Bergmann, Andre Bocher, and DJ Diatonic. The album plays like a live set, the instrumentation gently layered beneath both artists vocals, the jazz influence running deep throughout. Plenty of substance abound, Doks is a breath of fresh air in a hip hop scene that often comes across redundant. Check out Doks above and make sure to hit up 7th Street Entry tonight for Doks Robotiks’ album release party.
Location: 6 W 6th Street, Saint Paul When: Friday, January 8th @ 9PM
The Greenroom Sessions will continue tonight at the Amsterdam Bar & Hall in the capital city of Saint Paul. Brought to you by the good people of Greenroom Magazine, the carefully curated series will take on a more R&B/soul influence on this evening. Hometown songstress and headliner Dizzy Fae has been on the up and up lately, she’ll re-unite with Greenroom later this month for their Sound Select showcase with Kehlani. The event will also feature Su Na, Falls & Drk, and a DJ set from Micropenis, rounding out what should be a good night. This one is 18+ and advance tickets are still available for $10 ($12 @ door), click the link below to buy yours now.