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Duluth Band Profile: Gaelynn Lea

ThumbGaelynn Lea ventures into her own with All Roads Lead Us Home. She reminds us, struggling musician or frustrated listener alike, that endearment isn’t perfection; it’s knowing how to be perfect on your own terms. Click on the image above to hear the interview.

Upcoming gigs:

April 30 at College of St. Scholastica and Red Herring Lounge
May 2 at Sacred Heart 
May 6 at Electric Fetus, Beaner’s Central and Teatro Zuccone

Duluth Band Profile: Emily Haavik

Emily ThumbEmily Haavik looks like any other person you could see on the street. But when she’s on the stage, you hear something larger than life. Click on the image above to hear the interview.

Upcoming gig:
May 6 at the Underground

Duluth Band Profile: Ruthe Kay and Bailey

Cover ThumbRuthe Kay and Bailey are two friends with one big voice. They open up about how performing isn’t just a hobby; it’s a way of life. Click on the image above to hear the interview.

Upcoming gig:
May 6 at Amazing Grace Bakery & Café

Duluth Band Profile: Glen’s Neighbor

Glen ThumbGlen’s Neighbor mixes country rock with plenty of bluegrass hooks. Band members explain how teamwork and criticism produced Behind the Door. Click on the image above to hear the interview.

Upcoming gig:
May 7 at Tycoons Alehouse

Duluth Band Profile: Rick McLean

Rick ThumbRick McLean honed his songwriting skills on Coupla Focal. From a Pogues-ish “St. James” to a somber “Son of Luddwig,” he isn’t afraid to wear his heart on his sleeve while making people laugh.

Upcoming gigs:
April 20 at Legacy Glassworks
May 4 at Kom-on-Inn

Duluth Band Profile: Mind Control

Mind Control ScreenMind Control fans the flames of Duluth’s underground community. Band members explain how the group’s self-titled EP could stand a test of time. Click on the image above to hear the interview.

Upcoming gig:
May 2 at the Barrel Room

Duluth Band Profile: Lord Montague

Lord Montague Seth LangreckLord Montague channels blues and acid rock to produce The Cave. The band opens up about the inspiration behind its work and gives fans a valuable life lesson. Click on the image above to hear the interview.

Upcoming gigs:
April 23 at Studio 15 
May 7 at Rex Bar

Duluth Band Profile: Ingeborg Von Agassiz

Post Image IngeborgIngeborg Von Agassiz mixes electronic soundscapes with folk undertones. She explains how her solo project began with a 1990s Yamaha keyboard and audience feedback. Click on the image above to hear the interview.

Duluth Band Profile: Illyrik

Cover Brandon Gordon Illyrik DIY PodcastingBrandon Gordon came into hip-hop when Outkast and other Atlanta powerhouses ruled the airwaves. When he came into his own as Illyrik, he discovered his voice. Click on image above to hear the interview.

Upcoming gig:
May 1 at Pizza Lucé

Duluth Band Profile: Tallulah

ArticleTallulah has been in development for over three years. Band members explain how the song “A Blue Painting” gave them a reason to venture onto the stage. Click on image above to hear the interview.

Upcoming gigs:
April 9 at Beaner’s
May 8 at Canal Park Brewing Co.

Duluth Band Profile: Christine Hoberg

thumbnail Christine Hoberg has never shied away from taking risks. On her album World Within, she shows her big voice in the big city. Click on the image above to hear the interview.

Duluth Band Profile: Adam Sippola

Thumbnail 2 Adam Sippola began an introspective journey with Rising Point. He explains how years of experimenting with looping technology became a full-fledged album. Click on the image above to hear the interview.

Duluth Band Profile: Gin Street

GIN STREET ThumbGin Street takes youth and energy to give audiences a highly interactive show. The group opens up about a sense of community inside and outside the band. Click on the image above to hear the interview.

Duluth Band Profile: Woodblind

Woold Blind Thumb Woodblind delivers acoustic driven Ska into the North Woods. Jason Wussow and Veikko Lepisto explain how the song “Big Voice” brings sunshine into the world. Click on the image above to hear the interview.

Duluth Band Profile: The Farsights

Thumbnail The Farsights take one part storyteller and one part punk for a rocking good time. Phil Jents, Ryan Nelson and Brynn Sias explain how they developed the band’s sound. Click on the image above to hear the interview.