I also photograph marketing for small businesses, one of my clients is a local pizza place. At the pizza place was a server named Sierra Swan. Sierra and I became friends. I knew she was new to Minnesota and was a musician. Sierra told me that she was taking a break in the music […]
Britleigh sat down with rapper Botzy for an interview at the Nicollet dinner in Minneapolis. Botzy a constant collaborative who’s been involved multiple projects such Culture cry wolf, and VAYNS has been an influence in the scene for 9 years. Here what he had to say. “There’s something I find appealing about a near empty diner at 4 in […]
Lany’s Paul Jason, Leslie Priest and Jake Goss recently arrived on First Avenue’s stage to a cheering crowd; eager to hear their fresh r&b infused pop songs live. Great friends, good times, and a love of music created Lany (they span NY to LA). Their sound shows in ILYSB (I Love You So Bad), and […]
Photographed by Alexander Just Written by Ron Janzen Polyenso, one of the opening acts, has been named one of the top 16 bands to watch in 2016, by Alternative Press. We did. We agree. Coming out of post-hardcore band Oceana, band mates Denny Agosto, Kolby Crider, Alec Prorock, Alexander Schultz and Brennan Taulbee have […]
Asking Alexandria stopped by the Myth Wednesday, February 17th, 2016.
Rally Cap is quickly making a name for themselves as of late. These pop-punkers have been making the rounds, and having a gigantic party while doing it. Rally Cap released their debut EP “Down For The Count” on August 6th of 2015, and it’s a perfect blend of pop-punk, and even some easycore parts make […]
The annual “Mosh Around The X-Mas Tree” event was held at The Garage yesterday. The bill featured mostly local bands, but came with two touring acts; Oklahoma Caddy Shack and Main State. This year was a smaller show, but it still was a great one nonetheless. The locals featured on the bill were metal heavy hitters Zealot and At […]
There’s nothing quite so special as watching a favorite local act make it big. Even better, though, is when that same local band returns after time spent touring to finally play another hometown show. There’s a special sort of energy at these shows, a mixture of hometown pride and the feeling that you had a […]
To get right into it, this show was nothing short of amazing. Every band was spectacular, from soundcheck to performance. The show started off with Minnesota locals, At Mourning’s End, who know how to put on a show. The group killed the stage and left it in shambles. Playing new songs like “Decay”, and fan […]
Hippo Campus played a show at the University of Minnesota’s homecoming Party on the Plaza kickoff tonight at Coffman Memorial Union. The show, being extremely under-advertised, still managed to draw quite a few die hard fans at the university. Hippo Campus killed it as always. I’ve had the pleasure of seeing them live a handful […]
Minneapolis, Minnesota punkers Household have released a new single today entitled “Wistern” The track draws influences from the likes of The Story So Far, Such Gold and Transit. The new album, produced Defeater’s Jay Maas, is an extreme jump forward for the band. The new single “Wistern”, along with “I’ve Been Places” (available exclusively on […]
The Hold On Pain Ends Tour presented by AP stopped by this past Saturday, April 11th, in Skyway Theater’s Studio B. The Color Morale headlined the tour, with supporting guests Slaves, Vanna, and Alive Like Me.
Local legends Household and Molly’s Worst Enemy came home last night for the last stop of their most recent tour. With them they brought out Pierre, Infinite Me, and Iowa punk outfit Lover’s Speed. The show was a great reunion for everyone involved and many hugs and laughs were had in-between sets. The night opened […]
Famous Last Words, Tear out the Heart and For All I Am stopped by at Amsterdam Bar and Hall for their second to last show of “The Touring Dead” tour! Opening the show as supporting local acts were Odds of an Afterthought, Ithomiid and ChugChugWob!
New Found Glory’s “Sleep When I Die” tour hit Minneapolis last night, with an electric line up, sure to bring a sound for everyone to relate to. Opening the night was Virginia based band, Turnover, whose set opened up the evening with low key but relatable alternative rock songs, creating a strong energy and […]
Doomtree returned home again for their first time since their new album All Hands was released. They had quite the stage presence at the sold out show. With help from Aby Wolf, a local vocalist who is a frequent at Doomtree shows, really made the experience memorable. Metasota kicked the night off. Zach Coulter of […]
The Hippo Campus interview: On Friday night, Taylor Hanson and Connor Siedow sat down at The Bad Waitress with the guys from Hippo Campus to ask them a few questions. From left to right, Turntan, Stitches, Espo and Beans had a lot to say about their experiences so far, and what’s to come. Humble and […]
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!
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 […]
With 2014 behind us the staff at The Show Last Night have been looking at some great images from our files. This is our ‘Best 14 from 2014’. This was our first year of publication, it goes with out saying that we had some emotional beginnings, and tearful goodbyes. Picking our best was challenging. […]
CORRELATIONS played their final show together at The Garage in Burnsville, MN alongside of other local bands.
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.
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, […]
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 […]
A band’s perspective of the relationship between a promoter and a performer. Today’s music scene is equal parts majesty and self-destruction. Who will bring the end? The promoter who tantalizes unwitting, youthful bands with promises of glorious side-stage performances, forever dooming young musicians to empty their pockets and take up the lives of […]
Frank Iero was out on tour with Taking Back Sunday & The Used for the first time as a solo artist, bringing along The Cellabration to fill out the live performances. We got the opportunity to chat with Frank during the hectic evening of their St Paul show last month to talk about family, music, and […]