Heatbox is the alter ego of Aaron Heaton, a Minneapolis based vocal performer who mixes beatboxing and acapella with a number of looping effects to create rich and complex songs with a hip hop vibe. He talks to Will Moore about his process and lets his unique personality out.
In this episode of RCP, we dive into guilty pleasures and all their various forms.
1:42 Question of the Week by Casey
3:57 Cooking with Hannah by Nathan and Hannah
13:51 Bookfair by Liv and Ben
22:38 Bad Music by Lizzie
Host, Carl Unbehaun, presents a cavalcade of songs by Minnesota songwriters along with his musical musings! Tim Dallman makes his first appearance on Minnesota HomeBrew, and we spin Icelandic folk singer, Magnús Þor Sigmundsson. Plus we opine about a beer-drinking bear who helped defeat the Nazis during WWII. All on MHB!
The Give-Get Sistet is so named because it is an all-woman singing group. The group pulls songs from many world cultures when it performs. Phil Nusbaum went to a rehearsal of the group, and then filed this report.
The Give-Get Sistet is so named because it is an all-woman singing group. The group pulls songs from many world cultures when they perform. Phil Nusbaum went to a rehearsal of the group, and then filed this report.
Local musician Maria Nickolay stopped by The Roadhouse on November 9 to perform a few original songs. Maria also spoke with Roadhouse hosts Dave and Brian about what’s next for her and her music.
November 10 marked the 43rd anniversary of the sinking of the freighter Edmund Fitzgerald and the loss of her 29 crew members. Every year on that day, Split Rock Lighthouse has held a special memorial beacon lighting and a reading of the crew members names to the tolling of a ships bell.
Todd Garland, Jake Jonker, Keith Bower, and Nick Glass have been laying down jazz grooves in the Twin Ports for the past year. Garland found his way to Duluth after time spent in the Atlanta and Chicago music scenes. The group mixes covers of modern groove tunes from artists like John Scofield and Charlie Hunter with unconventional versions of pop and rock tunes. They celebrated their one year anniversary with a show at Beaner’s Central on November 16. We got a preview when they joined us in the studio on November 12.