Rock the Garden

Our annual summer rock and roll party in conjunction with Walker Art Center.

Album Review: Modest Mouse, 'Strangers to Ourselves'


Strangers to Ourselves

On their long-awaited sixth studio album Strangers to Ourselves, Modest Mouse demonstrate that they aren't afraid of experimenting in their veteran years while still delivering an album that will go down in history as a classic.

Making Records Is 'Not A Race' For Modest Mouse


Isaac Brock of Modest Mouse

Singer and guitarist Isaac Brock opens up about 'Strangers to Ourselves,' the group's first album in eight years -- and what he's learned in the meantime about being in bands.

Rock the Garden 2014


Rock the Garden, Day 2 2014

Rock the Garden has come and gone, but after ten bands, thousands of people and countless smiles, we can say that the Garden has officially been rocked. Find all the coverage here, and tune in this weekend to hear our Rock the Garden broadcast.

Why I Love Spoon and Why You Should, Too


Spoon

The Current's Jacquie Fuller has been a fan of Spoon for 16 of the band's 18-year career. Find out how Jacquie came to love the music of Spoon -- and listen to a playlist ahead of Spoon's performance at Rock the Garden on Sunday, June 22.

Watch Low play their historic one-song set at Rock the Garden 2013


The skies cleared just in time for Alan Sparkhawk, Mimi Parker and Steve Garrington from second act Low. The Duluth trio set the twitter world abuzz when they performed one song for 27 minutes, an experiential variation of "Do You Know How to Waltz?" from their 1996 studio album The Curtain Hits the Cast at Rock the Garden 2013.