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Lizzo Looking for Dancers

10 Aug

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Lifter Puller at D4th

4 Jul

Overheard in the crowd before/during/after Lifter Puller‘s first show in Minneapolis in 12 years, mainly yelled in our ears by the super-excited bro behind us. “Let’s all freak out!” “You can do it, Steve!” “Let’s get fucking incredible!” “Holy shit, how good was that?” “Damn it feels good to be young again.” True, bro, true. […]

Heartless Bastards with Craig Finn at First Avenue

30 Jun

Just thunderous. Rolling, driving, relentless like a storm across the prairie, Heartless Bastards blew in to First Avenue on Monday night and shook the stage for almost a solid two hours. Touring in support of their latest effort, Restless Ones, frontwoman Erika Wennerstrom announced from stage, “We’re really excited about our new record, it came […]

Algiers at The Triple Rock

17 Jun

Algiers is huge and you don’t even know it yet. The band may have played to a half-full Triple Rock on Tuesday night, but they sounded enormous and incredibly of-the-moment. Their sound is a roaring doom-dance electronica, layered on with frontman Franklin James Fisher’s gospel-inflected preacher-man cries and guitarist Lee Tesche in a distorted overdrive. […]

The Rolling Stones at TCF Bank Stadium

4 Jun

The Rolling Stones with VocalEssence – You Can't Always Get What You Want #StonesMinny from CakeIn15 on Vimeo. It was good, you guys. Immortal, deathless, wizened magicians exploding, lolling, laughing, it was so good. You can read more reviews in The Current, Pioneer Press, City Pages and Star Tribune for the full coverage, but know […]

Elvis Perkins at Icehouse

29 Apr

“This one’s a little more straightforward,” joked Elvis Perkins at Icehouse on Monday night, before playing his new tune “My 2$.” But, he carried on, “it still can be cryptic.” Six years after his last record, it’s good to have Perkins back on the scene, and he really is as cryptic as ever. The new […]

Crime and Punishment at the Soap Factory

12 Apr

There’s an old Borscht Belt joke that has two patrons at a restaurant complaining about the food. “The food here is so terrible,” the first exclaims. “Yes,” agrees the second, “and the portions are so small!” Live Action Set’s Crime and Punishment feels very much in that vein, including the “terrible” part – as in, […]

Preservation Hall Jazz Band at Orchestra Hall

31 Mar

There are many New Orleans institutions – beignets at Cafe Du Monde, Mardi Gras beads, jambalaya and po’boys – but few travel so well as the Preservation Hall Jazz Band. On Friday night the seven members of the traveling band ventured to the northern shores of the Mississippi, playing two sets that linked their past […]

The Suicide Commandos and The Hold Steady at The Turf Club

17 Jan

“Little Hoodrat Friend” The Suicide Commandos + The Hold Steady #Current10 from CakeIn15 on Vimeo. “Anyway, I got a proclamation, so listen up,” Mayor Chris Coleman announced from stage at The Turf Club on Friday night. His proclamation, between confessions of his own rock n’ roll dreams, recovering bagpiper status and swipes about STP being […]

Fair Oaks and The Starfolk at the Cake Shop

8 Nov

We’re excited to announce that bands are coming back to The Cake Shop! Sunday, November 16th at 6pm will see not one, but two great bands will play an intimate house show. We’re welcoming Fair Oaks and The Starfolk – it’s a $10 bill, so come out and support these bands. Get your tickets here! […]