Hüsker Dü: Do You Remember?

Do You Remember podcast
Do You Remember? is a five-part documentary podcast exploring Hüsker Dü’s formative years and legacy through rare exclusive interviews with the band, as well as those who were around in the beginning. We also dive into recordings from Numero Group's new remastered box set of the band’s early releases, demos and live recordings.



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See below for all Hüsker Dü, Grant Hart, Bob Mould and Greg Norton stories from The Current.

Bob Mould performs #MicroShow at the Turf Club in St. Paul


Bob Mould Microshow

In April of 2016, The Current hosted a #MicroShow with Bob Mould at the Turf Club in St. Paul. On the same day that Prince passed away, Mould shared a blistering and cathartic eleven-song set from his time in Sugar and his work as a soloist. Listen to songs from that performance on our website.

Bonus Friday Five: Bob Mould, Bully, and more Summit Backyard Bash artists


This weekend, Summit is throwing their 30th-anniversary Backyard Bash, and it promises to be a very good time. The cash-only, rain-or-shine party will feature food from Anchor Fish & Chips, World Street Kitchen, Black Forest, Pizza Lucé, and more. Beer-wise, they promise “all of our year-round relases, plus Oktoberfest, our 2016 special release Hop Merger White IPA, two of the 30th…

Music News: Walker Art Center video installation inspired by Hüsker Dü, 7th St. Entry


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Artist Chris Larson is creating a video installation called Land Speed Record, named after the 1981 Hüsker Dü album and inspired by the history of the 7th Street Entry. The installation, which will be on display at the Walker Art Center from June 9 to Jan. 8, features video exploring objects damaged in a 2011 fire at the childhood…

Album of the Week: Bob Mould, 'Patch the Sky'


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'Patch the Sky' is one of the most upbeat albums of Bob Mould's career, but it's also an album dominated by reflection and the haunting nature of the past. Despite that, 'Patch the Sky' is anything but a downer -- and it's anything but nostalgia.

Music News: Kesha to return to stage for Bob Dylan tribute


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Kurt Vile, Emmylou Harris, and Jason Isbell are among the big names playing a 75th birthday tribute to Bob Dylan at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium on May 23 and 24, but the name that’s attracted the biggest notice is that of Kesha. The tribute concert will mark the pop star’s first public performance since a New York judge denied her…