King Tuesday is a band that seems to create its own genre. With one foot firmly planted in rock, and the other dancing between alternative, jam, blues and hip hop, King Tuesday delivers a sound that is uniquely its own. King Tuesday released their first studio EP, Wishes, on March 27, 2010, which featured a cameo appearance from Big Jess of the Unknown Prophets. By the turn of the millennium Andy “Benny” Benson and Joe “Kontrol” Ferguson were playing the underground Minneapolis Hip-Hop scene with DJ Bill “E” Goat as the trio “Shades of Darkness”.
So is a band named Lothario full of ladies’ men? Nay! It’s just a badass name! Sure, there is some symbolism buried in there; They may seduce a crowd—or a beer—or even test the faith of a true live music lover. That’s all beside the point; the true aim of this band is to tap into the raw emotions of the listener—whether exuberant, somber, even downright malicious—and render them transparent in a moment of true honesty. In other words, they want you to nod your head and say “that shit’s tight!”
DieVerse is an American Hip Hop artist from Minneapolis, Minnesota. He has just finished recording songs for his upcoming EP due to be released on March 01, 2012. DieVerse has teamed up with his manager Peter Jacob, to form an independent record label called 4th & Main Entertainment. Since it's creation, 4th & Main has successfully started an annual music fest in Northeast Minneapolis, called "Heartbeats of Northeast", and put DieVerse on many stages in Minneapolis creating a deafening buzz for their first artist. The first annual "Heartbeats of Northeast" was held Oct.