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Vague Visages Photo Essays

Water Is Life Festival Photo Essay

Photo Essay: Artists and Indigenous Leaders Band Together to Stop Line 3

Water Is Life Festival 2021: A Photo Essay by Andy Witchger

Photo Essay by Andy Witchger: Jim James at Minneapolis’ First Avenue

“Jim James’s third solo album, ‘Uniform Distortion,’ is a return to his musical roots. After two releases of pulsating psychedelia channeling the darker realities of modern existence, James recaptures the restless exuberance of early My Morning Jacket. That’s not to say James has turned a blind eye to the world around him.”

Photo Essay by Andy Witchger: Superorganism at Minneapolis’ First Avenue

“While Superorganism’s sound channels psych-pop reminiscent of mid-era Flaming Lips and the youthful glee of Architecture in Helsinki, Noguchi delivers casual observations with an adolescent malaise akin to Stephen Malkmus. The results are beautiful, buoyant and occasionally baffling.”

Photo Essay by Andy Witchger: Janelle Monáe’s Dirty Computer Tour at Minneapolis’ State Theatre

“Monáe paused throughout the night, using her platform to voice increasingly confident calls to political action. ‘We fight for women’s rights. We fight for minority rights. We fight for poor folks’ rights. We fight for immigrants’ rights. Most of all, we fight for love.’”

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