Category Archives: Hip Hop



Adam J. Dunn: Back in the LAAB 0

By Steve Poons — Ever since the late 1800’s, musicians have attempted to use visual stimulations to pull in new fans and attention. It began with composers projecting still images on a screen simultaneous to live performances and slowly evolved into what we now call YouTube. The obvious first memorable occurrence of the modern day […]


The First (And Last?) Appearance of AstroSims 0

By Max Altmark — Through the dancing lights that reflected off of rolling clouds of fog in the electric cathedral that is the Twin Cities’ legendary “danceteria,” I could see that the atmosphere was thick with excitement, ganja smoke, raw hip hop, community and the realization of dreams. These traits are all but guaranteed at […]