Sin7 comprises Rev Bliss on vocals, Nelly on guitar, and Hammer on drums. The trio were formed in 2012 in Twin Cities, Minnesota, but each member has over twenty years of performing and touring experience from their previous bands, meaning that combined they know exactly what it takes to keep their fans happy. ‘Erased’ is their latest single, and comes with a music video which features footage that looks like it’s from a horror film.
Minnesota artists are known for their storytelling abilities, and LowRay are no exception to this. Although drummer James Irving originally hails fromEngland, LowRay are otherwise Minnesota through and through, and the band has gained a considerable reputation in the local scene, for the inventiveness and style of their music.
Mary Bue was originally from Princeton Minnesota, and is now based in Minneapolis. She’s been in the music business for nearly twenty years and finds creativity in the dark aspects of life, through which she’s able to come up with a melancholy vibe, while at the same time not becoming too cynical. Mary’s latest track, ‘The Shit I Left In Duluth’, is her latest release.
Originally from Liberia but now based in the twin cities of Minneapolis-Saint Paul, Minnesota, MC and producer EL.i.BE brings a multicultural perspective to his music. His new album, ‘Liberation’, set for release on May 19, is an in-depth look into his mind, and touches on subjects such as friendship, loneliness, and big city living.
With their heavy rock/industrial style, Gabriel and the Apocalypse are dramatic and theatrical, but in the words of frontwoman Lindy Gabriel, “not over polished. You can feel the emotion. You can feel the anger.” The band has been together in its current formation since 2011, and have recently released the video for their new song, ‘Thrill Of The Kill’.