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Good Night Gold Dust:
Good Night Gold Dust is a Mankato, MN-based electro indie pop quartet comprised of Laura Schultz, Colin Scharf, Michelle Roche, and Zach Arney. This lineup, formed in Spring 2014, teamed up with Minneapolis producer Brett Bullion (Bad Bad Hats, Caroline Smith) to record their first studio EP, Good Night Gold Dust, which finds vocalists Laura Schultz and Colin Scharf exploring death, addiction, mental illness, failed relationships, and the conviction that hope exists beyond the darkness over a blend of "nostalgia-stirring guitars...cascades of hazy, sun-washed synths...and a blanket of shuddering percussion-fueled beats" (Chart Shaker).
Clash Magazine premiered the EP's first music video, calling "Broken Wing" a "swooping, soaring piece of songwriting". YVYNL premiered second single "Waves" on Oct 20, calling the track "dark but not hopeless". Barb Abney featured Good Night Gold Dust on Minneapolis radio station Go96.3's GoLocal Spotlight and called the EP "an engaging twist of modern and retro electronic pop".
Bae Tigre is the newest musical project of Minneapolis-based musician, Ranelle Johnson (previously Tiger VS). Her 10-track debut album titled "Memoir of a Happy Drifting Chemical" was released online in mid-November 2014. The album written, recorded, and produced by Johnson; reflects the artist's inner-dialogue and conflict within a dynamic soundscape that combines electronic and classical influences.
This summer, June 2015, Bae Tigre released its second EP. This time around, the album showcases layers of live strings by Alex Galle-From (viola) and Addison Wasson (cello), along with Johnson's playful vocals and symphonic production.
Bae Tigre's "Memoir of a Happy Drifting Chemical" and "Perennial Bygones" are available for sale on Bandcamp.
Bae Tigre performs with a full live band, showcasing a unique set-up that includes live drums and strings.
Devata Daun is a Minneapolis electronic solo project by Nicole Pfeifer. The warp-y lo-fi sweeps will take you to another dimension. It is very rare to find her songs about love, but rather she's introspective on her curiosities of reincarnation, existentialism and the cause-and-effect relationships that run within the decisions we make. Devata Daun plays live in the Twin Cities.