City of Music is a division of MPLS.TV, which seeks up and coming artists/bands from the Twin Cities area to collaborate and create music videos. In the past, I'd seen a few City of Music edits along with random content from MPLS.TV, so I decided to reach out and see where I could contribute. Well, it worked out for the better as I had the opportunity to film the most recent City of Music video - alongside other videographers.
This week's City of Music feature spotlights local artist, Alicia Wiley as her band performs their single 'Half Gone' from the upcoming album Both Sides, which releases on 12/2.
At some point in 2003, Nike SB released a sample dunk that was originally based off the Minnesota license plate with a due influence to our state bird - the loon. Sneakerheads embraced the scarce sample dunk as very few exist worldwide and was highly sought after. Fast foward nearly seven years later and Nike SB has answered the wishes of many shoe-heads with the release of the 'Loon' dunk.
Familia Skateshop hosted the worldwide release of the Loon dunk this past Saturday while many Loon-seekers were camped out the night before. I put together a chronological montage of the day's events, but just make sure you watch it in 720p to appreciate the full detail of the iconic Loon dunks.
PULSE is more than just a 'dance club' as it has become one of the most recognized organization at the University of St. Thomas and within the Midwest. It doesn't matter whether you've never danced or have been dancing your whole life; PULSE welcomes all skill levels as they've built their foundation upon diversity among people and dance.
Learn more about PULSE and their mission statement by watching this trailer for their upcoming performance and full-length DVD.
For more information about PULSE, visit the St. Thomas website.
As a long-time listener of the KQRS Morning Show, I never imagined I would be walking through a haunted corn field with Terri Traen. Well, this experience happened and I can attest that Terri Traen is just like her radio personality and was exhilarating to film and work with. I could go on and detail more, but just take a view (in 720p) of Terri Traen's visit to Screamtown.