Harriet Brewing’s 4th Annual Extravaganza on Saturday was an inevitable success at the Cedar this past Saturday. Starting the night out with The Last Revel, a punky-folk-rock trio had the near capacity crowd dancing while drinking, which can be a dangerous feat. Their music covered the bases of my musical tastes pretty well, though my […]
August Burns Red – AUTOGRAPHED PRINT CONTEST and PHOTO GALLERY! The Frozen Flame Tour in Minneapolis
This contest has ended. By Tanner Morris Enter to win a one of a kind metallic print signed by Jake Luhrs of August Burns Red! ABR and the rest of the bands on the Frozen Flame Tour were in Minneapolis on Friday 02/06/2015. Tanner: I got a minute to sit down with Jake to have […]
Spyder Baybie Raw Dog & 2% Muck took the stage at the Triple Rock Friday night. Sandwiching their set between Major G & BLVCK SPVCE, the duo performed a smooth and energetic set that incorporated songs from a variety of their releases, including their mixtape Bang the World, Grimeworld, Bliff Mode, and others. The set […]
The Current’s tenth birthday party featured a mix local and national bands, all favorites of the Current’s listeners. Catering to a wide crowd demographic, there was a mix of hip hop, country twang, modern rock, and touch of pop. Allan Kingdom, City Pages’ best new artist, warmed up the crowd with triplet based rhymes into […]
Silverstein celebrates ten years since the release of Discovering the Waterfront, by playing their whole album, as they headline the tour. Supporting acts include Beartooth, Hands Like Houses, Major League, and My Iron Lung. High energy night!
Last night, 89.3 The Current presented First Avenue’s Best New Bands of 2014. Suzie is the self proclaimed “EmoGlam” side project of Night Moves’ Mark Ritsema. Suzie ranked 7th on Citypages’ annual best bands poll, and after his album, Born Single was released last year, Suzie skyrocketed into popularity. Then there’s Hippo Campus. As […]
Taylor Hanson, one of the newest members to The Show Last Night team, and an excellent photographer; shot and interviewed the Millenium. For the Millenium, time hasn’t stopped since the release of their EP in early 2014. In fact, these guys have been at this for a while, and their passion and hard work […]
Almost 15 years as a band and Yellowcard is still going hard. Though the members have faced their fair share of trials and tribulations, they turned Mill City Nights upside down for one hell of a show. We were lucky enough to sit down with Ryan Mendez before the party started to talk about the […]
CORRELATIONS played their final show together at The Garage in Burnsville, MN alongside of other local bands.
Recently covered Jaedyn James & the Hunger,killing it that night to a pack house at NE Minneapolis’s Mayslacks. In her own words she details how her hunger for music went from high school desire to dark times to finding an independent voice and forming todays’ group. Jaedyn James, the ring leader of Minneapolis’ new funk.love.soul […]
SNOT and Thira played live along with supporting acts Sunday night. Stay tuned for an Official interview with Mikey Doling of SNOT and Kayden of Thira! Till then, Enjoy these photos.
Every Time I Die played at Mill City Nights on December 6th, 2014. On tour with them was The Ghost Inside, Architects, Hundreth, and Backtrack. Enjoy these photos taken by Tanner Morris, and see if you can spot yourself in the crowd (or among the many crowd surfers). Share this post and the photos individually […]
The Get Real Tour was a treat for St. Paul metal core music goers. Bands on the bill were The Word Alive, The Color Morale, Our Last Night, Dead Rabbits, Myka Relocate and At Mournings End. Leo Presents was the promoter for this show at The Amsterdam last night (12/05/2014) . Photos by Tanner Morris […]
Photos from the Emmure Vs. Acacia strain tour. Photo credit: Tanner Morris Bands: Emmure, The Acacia Strain, Fit For A King, Kublai Khan, Sylar and Zealot.
Written By SamWright Photos by Alexander Just Young Joey Bad headlined last night as Mill City Nights played host in the main room, with spcieal appearances from Pro Eras members CJ Fly, Kirk Knight, & Nyck Caution. Eagan Minnesota native and Rhymesayers up-and-coming artist Dem Atlas represented for the Midwest. Dem Atlas as an artist […]
Black Veil Brides played the Myth in Maplewood last month. Here is what we got! Photos by Chris Duke (Landon Michael Photography)
Issues headlined the Journey’s Noise Tour at The Garage on November 15, 2014. Supporting them on tour was I Killed The Prom Queen, Ghost Town, Marmozets, and Nightmares. Photos courtesy of Riley Downs. ,
Skyway Theater’s studio B was packed with fans showing their support on the night of November 14th. For All Those Sleeping stepped foot on a Minnesota stage for the last time on Friday, November 14th. A show like this is bound to be a great time just for the simple fact of reuniting with old […]
Matty Mullins of Memphis May Fire has been one busy dude. Tour after tour promoting Unconditional, as well as his solo project with Cameron Mizel. We were fortunate enough to get some time with Matty while on his current tour with MMF before their tour ended to talk about God, mental health, and what is […]
2 years ago I got my first opportunity to shoot a show. That show was Bullet For My Valentine, with Young Guns. Young Guns got me into that show by having me gather email addresses before the concert. That show, has led me to where I am today. I am extremely happy that not only […]
If you like hip-hop, you need to get to know K.Flay. The intelligent rapper took a moment to sit with contributor and local artist, Sam Bramble, to talk about tour life and of course, music! Have you played First Avenue before? K: We have! We were here back in February for “The Best Love Is […]
Yellowcard came to Minneapolis the other night and proved their continuos relevance in the scene. They played a great set at Mill City Nights on November 9th, 2014. Memphis May Fire was there as direct support, and Emarosa was the opener. Photos by Tanner Morris Emarosa: Memphis May Fire: Yellowcard: Contact TSLN!
Household, Comrades, Molly’s Worst Enemy, Internet Dating @ The New Direction! On The Road With The Show Last Night. Day 3
The New Direction in Fargo, ND, hosted a super stacked show last night. Internet Dating, Molly’s Worst Enemy, Household, and Comrades played. This was the first stop on Household’s current tour, which they have graced with their melodic hardcore sound before. The math rock duo, Deano Erickson and Billy Mitchell are known as Internet Dating. […]
We were back in town last night for Molly’s Worst Enemy’s 2nd stop. This time they played at The Garage in Burnsville for the Bent Life/ Cross Me tour with some local support with Conveyer, Cross Me, Watchmen and Wanderer. Watchmen was a bit intimidating as usual while lead vocalist, Lucas Kinsel, paced back […]
I’m photographing on tour with Twin Cities based band, Molly’s Worst Enemy for three days this weekend. Last night was day one and we made the trip to Ames, Iowa to play a show at The Muffin Top. Ben Ashcraft performed some spoken word as Ben Kanobi. Cliff Diving, Peer Pressure, and Internet Dating opened for Molly’s, […]
Currently headlining a North American tour in support of their critically acclaimed album, War Eternal, metal icons ARCH ENEMY have launched a new live video for “As The Pages Burn”, taken from their Masters of Rock 2014 festival performance! To witness this must-see live show in the USA, be sure to catch the band on […]
It was a cold Halloween in Minneapolis this year, but the energy at Mill City Nights was warm and welcoming. American Authors, The Mowgli’s and Oh Honey provided an experience for the books. Every band member that stepped foot on stage was rockin a creative costume that made the show all the better. Oh Honey: […]
Editors note: This was Sam's first time shooting for TSLN. Keep an eye out for future work from her. Joined by Christof and Dan Mangan, Bear’s Den put on a show of pure enjoyment and folly. Between the intense lighting and sorrowful melodies, the band surely blew away everyone who went to the Fine Line […]
Last night at Milly City Nights in downtown Minneapolis, Relient K played for their Mmhmm 10 year anniversary tour. From Indian Lakes opened for Relient K. For me never listening to them before, they were quite enjoyable. I was not expecting to enjoy them as much as I did. Relient K’s set was amazing! They […]
Drama Club are a Halloween infused duo making insane beats including one hell of a remix of Andy Black’s “They Don’t Need To Understand.” These guys want to make fans party, big time, and they are doing that right now while on tour with Black Veil Brides and Falling in Reverse! We took a minute […]