The quirkiest concert I've ever been to.
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A few notes on recent CD purchases inspired by Web radio.
A city is lucky to have a musical icon. An artist who, for a brief time, embodies the unique urban history of a place, while adding chapters to that history.
-- Willamette Week
In support of their recent Velocette Records release called Yoko, San Francisco-based sextet Beulah rolled through Minneapolis's 400 Bar this week. Over the course of the last five years, Beulah has been one of the most consistently creative bands on the indie circuit, thanks in part to lead singer Miles Kurosky's well-documented great attention to detail. On Monday night, Miles proved himself to be the heart and soul of the band not only in the studio, but also on stage.