We love to know what’s on the minds of the musicians in our local rock & roll scene, so what better way than to follow a few hundred MN bands & musicians via a Twitter list? Here’s some of the best, funniest, most interesting, and/or most random things we’ve spotted on our list in the past week along with our own random thoughts in response. And if you want to join in on this 140 characters or less madness, you can follow our list too!
The last time I did that a fight randomly broke out at Cub. Eek.
( >’.')> <( '.' )> <('.'< ) <( '.' )> ( >’.')> <( '.' )> <('.'< ) <( ^.^ )>
Do the Kirby Dance!
Farewell Milwaukee = Hello motherhood.
Which begs the obvious question: What was the first? Haha.
Long gone is the era where bands could get huge advances or remotely-decent royalties, which are reserved for only the biggest artists these days. But nowadays even local artists can take advantage of websites like iTunes for international reach and to help make a living selling their music.
Brought to you by Coke. Things go better with Coke.
And now we’re sharing this wonderfully insightful tweet with you.
Even though I’m pretty sure I got like a B- in college economics, that’s still probably way more than what I’m getting back on my tax return…
On the flipside, you’d score double points for hitting a moving target.
Old-school wrestling antics = awesome. Someone get these guys a WWE contract immediately. They’d be way more fun to watch than when Insane Clown Posse was in WCW back in the 1990′s anyway, ha…
Shower power for the win!
Speaking of antiquated things relating to the 1990′s (and even earlier)…
You’ll usually find the most violent mosh pits at local singer-songwriter shows these days too.
r u serius? no wai.
Indeed, cause whenever that happens I can’t help but feel suffocated by the thick blanket of hipster-induced irony that covers the crowd.
Did anyone else see Woodstock 1999 on pay-per-view? Well…
And now we close with one of the biggest stories in this past week told via Twitter and relating to the Twin Cities music scene: Jeremy Messersmith goes to KFC for a Double Down sandwich.
Ah, but he wasn’t actually alone in taking this challenge…
posted April 19th, 2010 at 2:42 pm
Tweets of the Week