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Last night, we made our way into the Pourhouse in downtown Minneapolis. The night featured a large list of artists. With Dis-Play & AKAGOD (Gorgeous Gang) holding their release show, they were supported by Nazeem & Spencer Joles, J. Plaza and CRAM to name a few. Here is a glimpse from the night and we have more photos to come. Stay tuned.
This past Friday night, we made our way over to 7th street entry for Fort Wilson Riot and Pononono’s split release show. The night also featured Holidae and Aaron Rice, adding to what we thought to be a stacked night for music. The evening couldn’t have gone better, with each performance building energy up until the final encore by Fort Wilson Riot. Feel free to view some pics below and continue to stay tuned for more from the above bands.
This past Thursday night, we at MADE held our very first event at 7th St Entry. First off, thanks to all the artists and everyone else that came out to help support the event – without you, this wouldn’t be possible.
The night featured a handful of artists that we have grown close to over the last two years, including: Finding Novyon, Drelli, RP Hooks, Travis Gorman, Rich Garvey, Frank Castle, DJ Low, Alibaster Jones & more. With a near sold out event, we anticipate bringing you another dope night of music in the near future. As the world turns and we move towards another week in Minneapolis, MADE will continue to bring you recaps of featured local artists. Meanwhile, flip through some pics and stay tuned for more to come!
Last Saturday night was a cold night to make it out, but it ended up being a good one. With strictly 80’s and 90’s music being spun all night, everyone was able to groove an stay warm. The night will featured sets from DJ Low, Noam The Drummer, DJ Gabe Garcia and Willie Shu, while Franz Diego held down hosting duties and added vocals. Incase you missed, or simply don’t remember much of it, we got you covered above.
This past week has been a busy week yet again for Minneapolis. To kick off our week, we made our way into 7th street Entry for a solid night of music. Joined by a near sold out crowd, the Entry was set for another successful evening. With performances by: Pseudoubt, Spencer Joles x Nazeem and Otis Apollo – the night was set for hip-hop and good vibes. We made sure to capture some of the nights performers below. Make sure to stay tuned for part II and browse the artists links above.
We are happy to premier Minneapolis’ own, Cool Pollution, with their first ever video, “Where’s My Phone?” The entire video, which was shot manually (no-auto focus), is entertaining and full of its own quirks. The video was filmed throughout one day in the Twin Cities, using a variety of shots of downtown Minneapolis / St.Paul and the nature that surrounds the two cities. The track, which is featured off Cool Pollution’s album, Landlocked with Lakes, possesses a sense of wonder – Where is the PHONE?
This Thursday, Cool Pollution will be joining Glow Mechanics at The Nomad, for their final Thursday residency show. Continue to stay tuned for more from Cool Pollution as they continue to surface the local music scene.
This past Tuesday, we made our way into Honey for another dope night of music. With performances by: John Shrimpnose and Prophetta, Jaylap and Tyy P, Rich Garvey, and Sayth – we were in store for a full night of hip-hop. Peep the pics below and stay locked for more to come!
This past Saturday night, we made our way over to The Creek for their launch party. The event featured performances from: Finding Novyon, Adora Tokyo (Vocal set), Chris Hooks (DJ Set), and Connye, among others. With a full house packed from wall to wall, the place was jumpin all night long. The event was the first for Minneapolis and we expect to see more of these to come. Scroll through some pics below and continue to stay locked here at MADE for more Recaps.