17 July 2018

Malamanya + Communist Daughter - Airs July 18th

Communist Daughter Live from Minnesota
We're going to reach deep in to the vast and rich MinneCulture vault for tonight's program! First, Husband and wife duo, Johnny Solomon and Molly Moore, bring their basement melodies to light with the help of their friends and bandmates. Here's your chance to hear how the gracefully dark indie rock group sounded in front of a live audience all the way back in 2010. Recorded for KFAI's MinneCulture by Daniel Zamzow. (Photo by @visual.michael)

Malamanya Live from Minnesota
Blending original songwriting with traditional rhythms and melodies of Cuba, Central and South America, Malamanya are able to create a classic sound all their own. Their acoustic-driven dance rhythms celebrate salsa and samba, while drawing on organic forms of the past. Produced for KFAI by Daniel Zamzow and recorded live at the Cedar Cultural Center in 2012.

11 July 2018

CB & KF + OCQ - Airs July 11th

Chris Bruhn and Kyle Fosburgh from Live from Minnesota
Performing at the Warming House in Minneapolis, Christoph Bruhn and Kyle Fosburgh showcase their original blend of folk and Americana styles. You'll hear a variety of guitar picking techniques as these songwriting composers trading tunes throughout the performance. KFAI's Daniel Zamzow produced the show, which includes interviews with the performers as well as Brianna Lane, manager of the Warming House.

Other Country Quartet from The World Live!
How would you like to travel around the world and never leave Minnesota? The James J. Hill Center and KFAI teamed up to help you do just that. This recording of "The World Live!" concert series features Other Country Quartet, a group that offers an eclectic mix of styles on traditional Middle Eastern acoustic instruments. Other Country Quartet features David Stenshoel, Scott Nieman, Greg Herriges, and Stephen Spaise. KFAI's Tom Garneau produced and mixed this concert.

03 July 2018

The Pines - Airs July 4th

The Pines are Live from Minnesota
The Pines are deeply connected to their American folk music roots. While their songs revolve around fictional stories and an acoustic guitar, this touring trio from Minneapolis includes more modern textures that lend a cinematic quality to their sound. Hear the band in their own words throughout this one-hour presentation of The Pines live at the Cedar Cultural Center. Recorded for Minneculture by Tom Garneau and produced by Daniel Zamzow.