Thursday, October 28

Tag: LGBTQ+

(Concert Therapy Reviews):  “Drugs In California” Tour featuring TRANSVIOLET Live at Studio B at Skyway Theater in Minneapolis, Minnesota (10/4/2021)
Concert Therapy Reviews

(Concert Therapy Reviews): “Drugs In California” Tour featuring TRANSVIOLET Live at Studio B at Skyway Theater in Minneapolis, Minnesota (10/4/2021)

It was a beautiful Sunday night in Minneapolis packed with just incredible music and a lovely atmosphere in my second hometown.  Transviolet headlined the "Drugs In California" tour with Lorelei Marcell and an exclusive opening set performance by local Minneapolis garage punk band Vial.  Personally, I love it when a local band gets an opportunity to shine.  This tour stopped at Studio B at Skyway Theater which is one of my favorite venues to see a show. It was one of those nights I won't soon forget.  Los Angeles by way of Boston recording artist Lorelei Marcell took the stage. Lorelei Marcell toured based off of her self-titled EP and did a couple of covers originally done by H.E.R. and Hozier(no, it wasn't the "Take Me To Church" song).  It was one of those performance where she c...
(Invite The Neighbors DIY Podcast Ep. 118):  KAT AND THE HURRICANE
Invite The Neighbors DIY Podcast

(Invite The Neighbors DIY Podcast Ep. 118): KAT AND THE HURRICANE

Contributor's Note:  Invite The Neighbors DIY Podcast is sponsored by 2 Foot Parade Records.  Check out that indie record label and their bands Almost Made The Mixtape and Friendship Village.  Madison, Wisconsin's own Kat and the Hurricane joins Bryan and Benny on the 118th episode of Invite The Neighbors DIY Podcast.  Kat and the Hurricane discusses their music and the Madison DIY scene along with the LGBTQ+ community and they will be performing a Trans Pride showcase livestream via Facebook Live and YouTube Live.  Next month, they will be releasing "The Sorry EP" and they talk about the song "Why Am I Like This."  Fans can find Kat and the Hurricane on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and their official website. Photo Credit:  Britni Petitt Photography Fans can check out the music vi...