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Celebrating Autism Acceptance Month with Sibling Punk Band Loki’s Folly’s Annie Kuchenmeister, Talking Debut Album ‘Sisu’

Annie Kuchenmeister of Loki's Folly onstage at a First Avenue show, playing guitar and screaming lyrics with Nissa on the drums by her side

Loki’s Folly is an indie-punk trio that deserves to be on your radar. Based in Minneapolis, this band is quite unique because it is made up of a family of rocking young musicians ready for their voices to be heard. Read to learn more about the band’s impressive debut album Sisu and how it came to be, and to uplift Annie during this Autism Appreciation Month. – Annie Kuchenmeister (22, guitar/vocals), her sister Nissa (17, drums), and their brother Oskar (12, bass). Learn more with contributing writer Emma Page.

Nate Amor: “The Sun Will Shine Again”

Nate Amor

Resilience is difficult to maintain, especially when it feels like life or fate keeps throwing hurdles when you’re already down. This is something singer-songwriter and musician Nate Amor knows a lot about; he opens up with contributing writer, Margaret Adams, about his experiences with fear, pain, and doubt, and how his upcoming album helps tell his story of resilience. Nate Amor has been sharing his music with the world for two decades now; debuting with “Long Five Days” in 2001, he has since released two other albums; released a multitude of singles; been a contestant on NBC’s The Voice; performed with artists like Train, Mat Kearney, and…

deadmau5 Provides New Electronic Journey with “XYZ”

deadmau5 "XYZ" cover art

Recent Articles By Emma Page “XYZ,” not the top-level domain name or the 80’s hard rock band, but the latest single released by world-renowned electronic musician deadmau5 (pronounced ‘dead mouse’) on June 17, is an electric whirlwind.  The “GRAMMY®-nominated artist’s ability to push the boundaries of his talent grows at an equal rate to his […]

Beth Ann McDowell Returns to Her Roots in New Album, The Sim Is Real

Beth Ann McDowell The Sim Is Real Album Art

Recent Articles By Daniel Warren Hill Beth Ann McDowell offers a bit of whimsy in a new track, “The Sim Is Real,” from her new album of the same title produced with indie rock veteran R. Walt Vincent (Liz Phair, Pete Yorn). Beginning with keys and drums for a short introduction before being joined by […]