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Duluth Band Profile: Mint Vintage


Mint Vintage began after a chance encounter and a few jam sessions. As the band explains, it’s not about notoriety. It’s about being yourself. Click on the image above to hear the podcast.

Upcoming gig: 

May 5 at Sir Benedict’s Tavern on the Lake during Homegrown Music Festival

Duluth Band Profile: The Latelys

Some groups find inspiration in Elton John, Billy Joel or Stevie Wonder. For The Latelys, it’s the theme song from Step by Step. Click on the image above to hear the podcast.

Upcoming gig:

May 4 at Rex Bar at Fitger’s during Homegrown Music Festival 
 

Duluth Band Profile: Boreal Forest


Boreal Forest thrives off ambiguity. With the group’s debut Terraform, band members define not only their musical approach, but also their lives after high school. Click on the image above to hear the podcast.

Upcoming gigs: 

April 19 at Red Herring Lounge for Zenith City Spring Jam

May 4 at Blush for Homegrown Music Festival

Duluth Band Profile: Pale in Comparison

Matt Biggs and Andrew Olson of Pale in Comparison bring ’90s era punk into Duluth with American Train Wreck. The band’s approach carries on a family tradition. Click on the image above to hear the podcast.

Upcoming gig:

May 4 at Beaner’s Central during the Homegrown Music Festival

Duluth Band Profile: Timbre Ghost

Dustin Tessier‘s passion for music began to fade into obscurity. With The Ledger, he defines not only his work as Timbre Ghost, but also himself as a person. Click on the image above to hear the podcast.

Upcoming gig:

May 3 at the Main Club during the Homegrown Music Festival

Duluth Band Profile: Eric Cyr

Eric Cyr takes a different approach to sharing music. Instead of open stages and adoring audiences, he focuses his energy as a middle school music teacher. Click on the image above to hear the podcast.

Upcoming gig:

May 4 on the Duluth Transit Authority Trolley during the Homegrown Music Festival

Duluth Band Profile: Elysium Alps

Jamie Larson walks the line between ambient and ’90s era electronica as Elysium Alps. He explains how growing up in Duluth helped him avoid garden variety EDM. Click on the image above to hear the podcast.

Upcoming gig:
May 5 at Legacy Glassworks for the Homegrown Music Festival

Duluth Band Profile: Daniel Oyinloye

Daniel Oyinloye crosses continents and genres with Dawn of Redemption. He explains how the search for home is an endless journey. Click on the image above to hear the podcast.

Upcoming gigs: 
April 15 at the College of St. Scholastica for Harmony: Environmental Justice, Community and the Power of Art
April 29 at Teatro Zuccone for the Homegrown Music Festival

Duluth Band Profile: Dubz

Bryan Wick comes full force as the hip-hop powerhouse Dubz. He explains the magic and mystery behind his videos “Wanna Be” and “Throw it on My Tab.” Click on the image above to hear the podcast.

Upcoming gig:

May 4 at Legacy Glassworks for the Homegrown Music Festival

Duluth Band Profile: Dance Attic

Dance Attic dusts off the antiques from your grandparents’ house. Jimi Cooper and Suzi Ludwig explain how their ablum Cabin Fever creates its own type of magic. Click on the image above to hear the podcast.

Duluth Band Profile: Reflectivore

Allen Cragin and Ryan Rusch of Reflectivore walk the line between life and death. After the loss of Cragin’s wife, their self-titled album doesn’t shy away from the joy and desperation of the healing process. Click on the image above to hear the podcast.

Duluth Band Profile: Tender Ness

Peter Witrak’s Tender Ness blends lounge, soul, and vocal jazz. When he talks about the process of making Blues and Oranges, he explains how music transcends a sense of self and creates moments of beauty.

Duluth Band Profile: Chase Down Blue

Chase Down Blue creates its own mythos with Red V. The group’s blend of spacey, post-punk links earnest emotions with the feelings of Lake Superior. Click on the image above to hear the podcast.

Duluth Band Profile: Kaylee Matuszak

Kaylee Matuszak’s aspirations for music began on the playground. With the release of her debut Stirring Skies, she isn’t stopping anytime soon. Click on the image above to hear the podcast.

Duluth Band Profile: Mama’s Stolen Horses

Kristoffer and Abby Jo Robin of Mama’s Stolen Horses steal the stage with their bend of folk and Americana. But, it’s how Abby Jo stole Kristoffer’s heart that keeps this duo alive. Click on the image above to hear the podcast.