Gallery: Stonefield and King Tuff Heat Up High Noon

Photos by Geordon Wollner By: Geordon Wollner, Art Director With a lineup featuring Stonefield and King Tuff, there was no way we were going to let a Polar Vortex and a temperature of 20 below keep us from standing front row at High Noon Saloon on Wednesday, January 30. Stonefield is a four-piece, sisterly outfit from Australia comprised of lead vocalist and drummer Amy (yes, … Continue reading Gallery: Stonefield and King Tuff Heat Up High Noon

Assume Form, James Blake

By Logan Rude, Editor-in-Chief Score: 8.9 As of the time I wrote this review, Wisconsin had fallen into the depths of winter. It snowed three times this week. The cold has filled the air with melancholia. We’re all searching for something to make ourselves happy. Enter James Blake’s fourth album, Assume Form. It’s been a bit under three years since Blake released a full body … Continue reading Assume Form, James Blake

Heard it in a Past Life, Maggie Rogers

By Tyler Moore, Contributing Writer Score: 7.5 Heard it in a Past Life is the debut studio album by singer/songwriter/producer Maggie Rogers. Rogers first came onto the scene at the age of 22, when her working single “Alaska” was played for hit producer Pharrell Williams back in 2016 during a visit to New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts. “Alaska” now reemerges alongside eleven … Continue reading Heard it in a Past Life, Maggie Rogers

Gallery: King Princess Takes First Ave by Storm

  Photos by Morgan Winston By: Morgan Winston, Staff Writer King Princess stormed Minneapolis last Thursday to kick off her sold-out Pussy Is God tour. The young artist (aka Mikaela Straus) has already garnered an immense following with only one EP and a few singles under her belt. The night was marked with inclusivity and infectious pop music. Australian artist Banoffee warmed up the crowd … Continue reading Gallery: King Princess Takes First Ave by Storm

Gallery: Kurt Vile Rocks the Sylvee

  Photos by Morgan Winston By: Nathan Hahn, contributing writer  Son of Philadelphia and former lead guitarist of indie rock outfit The War on Drugs, Kurt Vile brought his band The Violators to rock the Sylvee on a late December night. Following the critically acclaimed collaboration with Courtney Barnett, Lotta Sea Lice, Vile returned to his roots with his folk-rock release, Bottle It In. His … Continue reading Gallery: Kurt Vile Rocks the Sylvee