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The Train Stops with Musician Dem Atlas

  When fifteen-year-old front man Joshua Turner took the stage for the first time, he never thought the experience would lead him to a career...

Decisions, Decisions

Robert Edwards stopped by Almanac to express his regret over a recent purchase.

Velahsa is the Most Successful band You’ve Never Heard of.

  Rock 'n' Roll might not solve your problems, but it does let you dance all over them - Pete Townshend     It’s 10:00AM on a cold...

Is Singer-Songwriter Jonatha Brooke an Imposter?

  Jonatha Brooke has described her new album "Imposter" as "imposter syndrome meets badass feminist." Recently, the singer-songwriter stopped by the Twin Cities PBS studios...

Watch ‘The Minneapolis Sound’ right now. You won’t be sorry.

  FULL-LENGTH DOCUMENTARY For the first time since its original run 30 years ago, Minnesota Experience brings back Emily Goldberg's first-person journey through the vibrant Minneapolis...

‘The Soft Sexism of Low Expectations’ Did Not Apply to Têtes...

Clouds of billowy, white smoke blanketed the Carleton Celebrity Room stage as we stepped up to the microphones, the hems of our thrift-store wedding...

‘The Minneapolis Sound’ Made MN More Than Almost Famous

If Minnesota's thousands of lakes are the body, then the "Minneapolis Sound" is the vibrant, wild, beating heart. Others may label the state "flyover...

Vocalist Jada Brown Finds Power in a Microphone

Jada Brown, affiliated with the Turtle Mountain Band of Ojibwe, is a vocalist and poet who is passionate about engaging in creative resistance work....

Tap Your Foot to the Danish Party Music of Gangspil

  Take a quick break (you deserve it!) to enjoy the music of Gangspil, an award-winning Danish musical duo that traveled all the way to...

Emcee Yevrah Won’t Be Silenced. Instead He’s Going to Shine.

Yevrah, a Hip-Hop/Neo-nusoul Emcee out of Saint Paul. Born in East St. Louis, IL, his politically charged music speaks on injustice and traumatic tragedy that...