Jake Hasapopolous and KoldKral of 101115hotel bring us into their world and ‘the Hotel’. “The hotel is a being, we wanted to make art people could live in.” In this episode we talk about e ...
In this episode Mister Wes talks about some inspiring teachers they've had and their inspirations that have led them to become the rock band they are today. In the second half of the episode we are jo ...
Indie folk inspired band, Keep For Cheap, talks about things they can't live without, and the psychedelic rock band Floodwater Angel shares with us what kind of stan account they would run.
With Juniper Douglas traveling by van to spread their music around the country, and Sapphire bringing the power of women into the pop punk scene, Minneapolis artists are "breaking boundaries".
Harry from Atomic Cafe as well as Bob from Miloe join BaseMNt for acoustic sessions and some lyric-focused conversations on their newest music.
In this episode, we sit down with Thor CB and Loneliest Ways, both who practice DIY in their music.
In this episode Vee sits down with rock bands, Lapdogs and Raspberry who also both competed in Battle of the Bands at the UMN.
This episodes features local indie bands, Marmalade and Miloe.
In this episode, these local rap artists talk about finding their voices.
This BaseMNt episode features two young local bands, Geyser and Melkshake, who both share a great enthusiasm for music and performing.
This month, Vee talks to local "punk-ish" bands Inconsistent and Niiice.
This month, Vee aspired to bring in bands whom can be described as "Lush". Check out her interview with both bands, Sal Paradise and Atomic Cafe.
This month we invited two Minneapolis indie-pop bands, Psychic Stare and Oftener, to explore the genres' soft vocal style and melodic instrumentals.
On this month's BaseMNt music episode, Vee sits down with two very different band's. Climi, a noisy instrumental group, and Greynier, a vocalist duo. They discuss the specific messages they deliver th ...
This episode features performances from energetic rock bands Gramma and Heart to Gold as well as insight into how the bands formed and how they balance rockin out with being a student.
We brought in local rappers Jetley and Bakarii to hear their different styles of rapping and production and learn about their similar goals of making it big in the rap game.
This month we invited two Minneapolis rock bands and the similarities more or less end there. We were able to interview and hear tracks from Rhino Shrine, the psychedelic rockers, and The Montes, who ...
In March we had bands Goodnight Gorillas and We Found Home in our studios to play some tunes and answer some questions about storytelling in music and the difficulties of distance.
In January we were able to have local bands Able Baker and Trevor Devine and the Immaculate Beings in our studio, talking to them about their common themes of self-reflection and vulnerability.
In December we were able to have solo artists Amy Leerae and Sophie Blue come in to our studios. We were able to learn more about what it's like being a solo artist in the Twin Cities and how to balan ...