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Hip Hot Hotdish hosts Paul Jensen (K.K. Sliderr) and Eli Hammarsteen (Big Fat Eli) were fortunate enough to attend this year’s installation of Soundset Music Festival at the Minnesota Fairgrounds this past weekend. They were joined by Programming Director, Mark Idstrom, and together experienced much of the diverse musical acts and experiences the festival has to offer. Paul sat down with the two after the festival to gather some of their thoughts on this year’s entertainment. Here’s what they had to say:

 

 

 

KUMD Single Review: Prince

Apr 25, 2018

Prince| “Nothing Compares 2 U”

Two years after Minnesota lost one of its biggest icons in Prince, we are still receiving classics from him posthumously. The man who made purple more than just a color has had his previously unreleased single “Nothing Compares 2 U” put out by Warner Bros. Records. Originally recorded in 1984 for Prince’s band the Family, it was made famous via a 1990 re-recording by Sinéad O’Connor which spawned her greatest hit.

KUMD's Go-to Gigs 4/20

Apr 20, 2018

The Nokturnal North, Mint Vintage, and Boreal Forest*
Indie for Earth Day! Up and Coming Indie Rock bands shred it up for Mother Earth
Red Herring
Thursday, April 19 | 8 PM | $10 | 18+

DJ BANKE, SHORTLEG DJ, DJ K-LITTLE, DJ NODEH, & DJ CHALLOFR3SH*
Culture Clash II: DJ Calvin alongside some of Minneapolis finest DJs and entertainers will be taking over Duluth city for a weekend of good vibes,loud music, diverse crowds and lit energy
Red Herring
Friday, April 20 | 9:30 PM | $10 | 18+

UMD Graduation Seniors will get down and boogie in celebration of their upcoming graduation with The Basement at Clyde Iron Works on Thursday, September 26th. The theme this year is disco! So, come together with your fellow grads over wonderful food and groovy music, provided by The Basement. Tickets include transportation to and from Clyde Iron Works. 

KUMD Album Review: Revamp and Restoration

Apr 19, 2018

Various Artists -Revamp: The Songs Of Elton John & Bernie Taupin | Restoration: Reimagining The Songs Of Elton John And Bernie Taupin

KUMD's Go-to Gigs 4/13

Apr 12, 2018

KUMD Proudly Sponsors: Nudecolors, The Latelys, Blake Thomas, and Jacob Mahon*
One Week Live Vol. 16 CD Release! Genres include: Alternative Indie, R&B/Soul, Folk/Country, and Singer Songwriter. As a bonus: The $7 entry includes FREE One Week Live Vol. 16 CD!
Beaner's Central
Friday, April 13 | 6 PM | $7 | All Ages

Prince Paul & The Conscious Party*
Reggae music sung well and sung right
SOUND: Duluth
Friday, April 13 | 9 PM | $10 | 18+

KUMD Album Review: Flatbush Zombies

Apr 11, 2018

Flatbush Zombies | Vacation in Hell

KUMD's Go-to Gigs 4/6

Apr 5, 2018
Pablo Baxter

Jon Wayne & The Pain with Woodblind
Reggae and Acoustic Ska Duo. The popular Minneapolis band travels north to play with local favorites Woodblind for one heck of a night
SOUND
Friday, April 6 | 9 PM | $15 | 21+

KUMD Album Review: Nat Harvie Trio

Apr 4, 2018

Nat Harvie Trio | Broken Record

Nat Harvie and the two other members of their trio, Sam Williams and Becca DeBoer, have crafted one of the most entertaining debuts by any Minnesota artists recently.

KUMD's Go-to Gigs 3/30

Mar 30, 2018

Low Organ Concert Fundraiser
Duluth's Indie Rock band Low puts on one heck of a fundraiser for Sacred Heart Music Center, The Friends of the Felgemaker, and CHUM
Sacred Heart
Friday, March 30 | 7:30 PM | $10 | All Ages

TYTE JEFF, Catbath, and A Winter Downpour
Indie Rock and Rock bands throw down one meaty serving of heck yeah
Red Herring
Friday, March 30 | 9:30 PM | $7 | 21+

KUMD Album Review: Shrimpnose

Mar 28, 2018

Shrimpnose | Sullen

We’ve all had to face adversity in our lives in one way or another, but Shrimpnose may be proof that it takes time to conquer our demons. Overcoming several obstacles early in his life and till this day, the Minneapolis producer still finds a way to rise up and make music for others to do the same. Investing newfound energy and emotion into his newest project, Sullen, Shrimpnose crafts a peaceful electronica experience.

KUMD's Go-to Gigs 3/23

Mar 22, 2018
Nat Harvie Trio
Aaron Reichow Photographer

The Ides of March
Local musicians cover the Specials, The Byrds, and The Distillers
Red Herring Lounge
Friday, March 23 | 10pm | $5 | 21+
 
The Ides of March
Local musicians cover Bad Religion, Mars Volta, and Ty Segall/Fuzz
Pizza Luce
Saturday, March 24 | 10pm | $5 | 21+

KUMD Album Review: Dessa

Mar 21, 2018
Dessa's album Chime
Dessa Chime

Dessa | Chime

Doomtree member Dessa is here with her fourth album and its timing couldn’t be any better. When she’s not working on her evolving sound in New York or going back to her alma mater helping participate in neuroscience research (which helped influence the album), Dessa can be found at a local venue jamming out. The Minnesota native’s latest, Chime, blends sounds of classical orchestras, hip-hop instrumentals and soulful pop.

KUMD's Go-to Gigs 3/16

Mar 16, 2018
by mark newcome kartarik

Dulutsen: Hobo Nephews of Uncle Frank, Superior Siren, Teague Alexy, and Erik Berry
Folk/Roots, Eerie Folk, and Bluegrass bands kick off Dulutsen right! Be there or be square
Papa Charlie's
Friday, March 16 | 8:30 PM | $14 | 21+

KUMD Album Review: Ingeborg Von Agassiz

Mar 14, 2018
Album cover for Ingeborg Von Agassiz' album O Giver of Dreams
Ingeborg Von Agassiz

Ingeborg Von Agassiz| O Giver of Dreams

Duluth-based artist Ingeborg Von Agassiz is more than just a mouthful to pronounce. Von Agassiz, whose actual name is Emma Rusten, draws her moniker from two 12th century influences, Hildegard Von Bingen and Eleanor of Aquitaine, two of the most accomplished women in the Medieval era. Her newest project , O Giver of Dreams, is self-produced and described as a “Hank Williams melody with a Hip Hop beat;” truly her music is a unique blend of vocals, acoustics and drum production.

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