Excuse Me, Princess is releasing a record on Minneapolis label So-TM, and now the whole thing is streaming on Bandcamp with two free songs.
There’s a release show at Beaner’s on Nov. 26 (more info here.)
Hi Duluth friends. I’m releasing a new album at the end of the month. If you’re interested in listening, pre-ordering, downloading, streaming, sharing, or whatever, visit sarahkruegermusic.com. The official release date is Nov. 25, and the Duluth album-release show is at Teatro Zuccone on Tuesday, Dec. 6, with Coyote! Thanks for listening and supporting local music.
It’s been a few years, but the Surfactants have finally released their second full-length album Our Dead Bodies. If you don’t know who the Surfactants are, that’s probably for the best.
You can stream it all for free and/or buy it here. It’s $4 or pay-what-you-want. There are also two singles featuring some remixes that are $1 each. There are currently no plans to produce any physical media. (…because CDs are just going to go in the garbage anyway and you can download very high quality files when you purchase them. And besides, if we made a CD and you bought the CD then you’d be paying twice as much for the same music and a bunch of garbage. So really your $4 [or more] is saving you $4 [or more].)
Oh, and there’s also a cover of a Haley Bonar song on the album, and she’s nice.
Listen, download, pirate, burn something (one).
Lions&Creators just released their album in Duluth on Saturday and now the whole thing is up to stream on our Bandcamp, which is here. You can buy it there for only $5! (and it comes with a few extra surprises too). Physical copies will be available at The Electric Fetus soon. All hand made, designed by the band.
Our long-awaited Tiki Odyssey is now available in multiple musical formats. 18 tracks of Northwoods Exotica. Download it immediately from Bandcamp, or wait a day or so for a CD. There’s a big box of them driving around Duluth in a UPS truck right now. We should have them tonight.
The Local (5-6 pm Wednesday) on KUMD will be playing some tracks and talking to someone from T57 this week.
Today, June 30th @ 9:30 PM
$5 / 21+
-Join Charity Huot as she releases her 2nd Album “A New Beginning.” She will be joined by the musicians on the Album: Summit Hill Band- Denise Guelker, Ryan Kimm, and Justin Korhonen.
-Toast to the success of Mayor Don Ness, his support for the arts, and help him kick off his campaign!
The Automaton Records Media Conglomerate and the Moon is Down are both very proud to announce the release of a new EP. This Machine contains 7 songs and was recorded, mixed, mastered, and manufactured all over the past month in Lakeside. Bam! Duluth proud, y’all!