Local Artist of the Week: Undlin & Wolfe

This week’s Local Artist of the Week is a new Minneapolis-based folk duo, Undlin & Wolfe. The partnership is comprised of former classmates, Siri Undlin and Dexter Wolfe. This past summer, the two, hit the ground running by recording their debut EP, Sliver Lines. Reminiscent of the folk duo’s of old – they have the ...

Listen Before You Die: Bright Eyes – I’m Wide Awake…

Painfully honest, yet intelligently more vague than the group’s previous efforts, Bright Eyes knocks this one out of the park. While other musician in sub-genre either faded to nostalgia or mainstream, Conor Oberst and the gang stuck to course and released a whiskey-soaked alt-country masterpiece…

Listen Before You Die: Delta Spirit – Ode To Sunshine

In the style of Bob Dylan, Delta Spirit has made it clear they don’t take kindly to being pigeon-holed. They are not an Americana or roots-rock band. But, you can’t really blame the critics for labeling them as such after their debut album, Ode to Sunshine. The album was recorded live in a cabin in ...

MTIB Video Review – The Tallest Man on Earth

The Tallest Man on Earth’s latest album, There’s No Leaving Now, is honest, genuine and all-around a great bit of folk music. Join Chuck and Deuce as they take a  look at the inner workings of the album, try to discern meaning from its lyrics, and discuss if The Tallest Man on Earth is really ...

Cassette #022 – Songs For The Man

We aren’t saying these songs are all manly, or that they are only for men. Instead we are simply saying, these songs are dedicated to male figures, like Neutral Milk Hotel‘s “Two-Headed Boy,” it’s all about a two-headed boy, keyword being ‘boy’. Through this filter an interesting set of songs has come together to create ...