Minneapolis

  • Dru Devon – “scapegoat” – beautiful, cohesive, and emotionally fulfilling!

    Born and raised in Minneapolis, Dru Devon, commonly referred to as Dru, his previous stage moniker, is an award winning Hip-hop artist. He picked up his point of departure alongside his uncle Wade B – a producer, engineer and entrepreneur. By the age of 15, Dru had begun performing...
  • Fred Argir – “No Pushover” – Pure Raw Grit!

    Fred Argir is a Minneapolis-based musician, recording artist, and Grammy Recording Academy member. Argir, who has over 30 years of recording and performing experience has released seven albums and one single over ten years, all written, produced, and engineered himself. He plays all the instruments himself, with exception of...
  • Doug Collins & The Receptionists: “Good Sad News” – lush, heartwarming soundscapes

    Minneapolis based Doug Collins & The Receptionists are made up of Doug Collins (vocals, guitar), Chuck Varley (bass, vocals) and Bill Dankert (drums, vocals). Doug’s roots pop sound is embedded in songs that sound happy, but are usually sad. Hence the title of the album “Good Sad News”, which...
  • Mike Gino: “Song” banks on the artist’s strong points

    Mike Gino is an independent artist from Chicago, Ill. Gino took it up north to MN. Having landed in Minneapolis what he dubs as “Lil Chicago” he settled in and got active on the music scene. Far removed from mainstream road, he’s as surprising to his fans as they...
  • Casey Frensz: “Identity Game” – raw musical intelligence

    Casey Frensz is a multi-instrumentalist and composer in Minneapolis, MN. He composes and records all of his music in his low budget home studio. Casey’s songs are meticulously composed with plenty of room for improvising. But most importantly, the music is simply beautiful. Plenty of rumbling basslines, rattling drum...
  • Brandon Wolf Hill: “Don’t Leave Me” – a knotty, emotional theme

    Minnesota rapper Brandon Wolf Hill recently released the track “Don’t Leave Me,” which is an ode to his friend Jared Hammell of Minneapolis, who passed on December 28, 2017.  The track is an intimate one, unfolding slowly and unearthing an edgy melancholy which is shared with an audience of...
  • llluminatè Steele: “A Darker Shade of Heaven” – an intriguing listen

    llluminatè Steele, is a multi-talented musician, published poet, producer, video editor and director. She started her career as a DJ and promoter in both Portland and Washington DC, and has since developed her own signature avant-garde synth wave sound which mixes 80’s vibes with modern cutting edge grooves. Her...
  • Emerald Suspension will hit you like a sledgehammer!

    Minneapolis collective Emerald Suspension is the experimental art collective that combined stock market and economic data to make experimental music on their album, “Playing the Market”.  Their creative spirit now takes on new life with their second full length album, “DIVINATION”. If you took all the sweet-greasy-tasty bits of techno, big...
  • Reverse Mechanic: “This Hole In My Throat” (ft. Michael Shynes)

    Minneapolis hip hop artist Reverse Mechanic released a stunning single in 2016, entitled “The Box”.  The track was a response to hatred, bigotry, and societal pressure, to not stand out or be different. “In the midst of so much racial, political, gender-based, and general social tension; it is important...