Typsy Panthre is calling, pick up!

Typsy Panthre “Hell” PWYW pre-order now on bandcamp!

Hear the good news!

We want you to have and to hold and to hear Typsy Panthre “Hell” as soon as humanly possible! The best way to support their music is to listen and love it. Head over to bandcamp to pre-order Typsy Panthre “Hell” pay-what-you-want today. You’ll get 2 tracks right away. Or for a limited time choose to pre-order for $11 (by 9.29.19) and TP will thank you in the liner notes! Join us in celebrating this fab record 😉

typsy panthre photo poll winners

Typsy Panthre loved meeting art lovers and getting everyone’s feedback @ Art-A-Whirl gallery crawl! Their original photo prints are still for sale, and any photo includes a download of Typsy Panthre’s new album Hell coming out 11.11.19! Here are the top picks from their pop up gallery poll:

1st place : “Frost Murmuration”
2nd place : “Hell” (also their next album cover!)

3rd place : “Frostscape”

4th place : (tie) “White Woods”
4th place : (tie) “North Dakota”

4th place : (tie) “Cherry Ice”

Check out more of Typsy Panthre’s photos here.

Art-a-whirl w/Typsy Panthre!

Typsy Panthre announces their new album “Hell” which unleashes 11/11/19 on Korda Records, and pre-sales kick off with a special Typsy Panthre Pop Up Photo Gallery at Art-a-Whirl art crawl in Minneapolis May 17-18-19 2019. Live performance by The Starfolk 8pm on Fri May 17.

When:  May 17 from 5-10pm, May 18 from 12-8pm, May 19 from 12-5pm, Live Music by The Starfolk at 8pm on Fri May 17.

Where: Steller Connect Space 945 Broadway St NE, Minneapolis, MN 55413, Next to Spyhouse Coffee

What:  Typsy Panthre Pop Up Photo Gallery, hosted by Salted Artist Pop Up Gallery of Minnesota Artists.

Film Noir: Ida Lupino’s Hitch-Hiker

The lyrics from the Typsy Panthre song “Hitch-Hiker” are drawn from the plot and dialogue of this 1953 classic thriller by Ida Lupino; the first film noir directed by a woman.  It’s terrific, and you can watch it for free below.  True story!

Happy Record Store Day!

Minneapolis shoppers will find the entire Korda CD Katalog at Electric Fetus and Treehouse Records. The birds are singing, the sun is making quick work of melting last week’s spring blizzard; it is a fine day to indulge in new music!

Korda Releases

Korda Kompilation CDs now available in Minneapolis stores

Minneapolis music shoppers: Korda Kompilation CDs are now available at Roadrunner, Electric Fetus, Cheapo and Treehouse Records. And do let us know if they are out of stock at any of those stores.  Featuring two tracks from every Korda band: The Starfolk, The Ocean Blue, Jim Ruiz Set and Typsy Panthre. Only $5!

korda komp cd

It is also available by mail order and download in the Korda Store.

See Korda’s Brian Tighe and Allison LaBonne play at “An Evening with Friends”

 January 24 Evening With Friends is hosted by Jonathan Sunde from The Daredevil Christopher Wright.  I have no doubt that it’s going to be another beautiful music night.
Each EVENING WITH FRIENDS is hosted by a musician that then hand-selects other songwriters + friends to join them for the evening. All musicians start the night on stage together, taking turns playing songs, and the evening ends with a solo set from the host. These nights are amazing for being introduced to new artists, watching collaboration between musicians, and being part of something truly unique.
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Songwriters on the bill:
Jonathan Sunde (The Daredevil Christopher Wright)
Peter Miller (We Are The Willows)
Shane Leonard (Kalispell / Field Report)
Brian Tighe  (The Owls / The Starfolk)
Allison LaBonne (The Starfolk / Typsy Panthre)TICKETS // http://liveletters.net/jonathan-sunde/DATE // Thursday, January 24, 2013
TIME // 7 pm
CASH // 10 bucks
LOCATION // LIVE LETTERS loft. (address is emailed to you after ticket purchase)Wait, I don’t get it. How does this work?
LIVE LETTERS hosts small concerts in a private loft in the Whittier neighborhood of Minneapolis. Because it’s a private residence we only provide the address to ticket buyers. We know it’s a little strange to buy a ticket to a stranger’s living room, but we promise that we’re not that strange and that the unique live music experience is beyond worth it. If you have any questions at all or want more information please feel free to email Sara at hello@liveletters.net.