Posts tagged with "Kadesh Flow"

Bridge Exclusive: Kadesh Flow – 'Cry For Me 2' Song Premiere

Posted on February 12 2021 by Michelle Bacon

Just in time for the Valentine’s Day weekend, Kadesh Flow delivers a track for the rest of us.On “Cry For Me 2,” the Kansas City rapper trades in his often rapid-fire rhymes for achingly vulnerable melodies. The song is a candidly solemn look at the concl... [Read More]

Musicians Improvise to Survive Coronavirus Crisis

Posted on March 19 2020 by Michelle Bacon

Using Merch Sales, Online Concerts to Cushion the Blow of Canceled Shows Just over a week ago, I was lamenting about being forced to cancel gigs. It’s my lifeblood as an instrumentalist in multiple bands, a live music supporter whose social well-being... [Read More]

Kadesh Flow: 'Now' Exclusive Song Premiere

Posted on January 16 2020 by Michelle Bacon

By now, we hope you’ve perused a few tracks from The Bridge’s Artist of the Week, Brass & Boujee. Fusing the rich worlds of jazz and hip-hop, the collective is one of Kansas City’s most exciting collaborations in recent years. It also features three artis... [Read More]

Breaking Ground with Brass & Boujee

Posted on October 11 2018 by Michelle Bacon

Rap and Jazz meet at KC's Cultural Intersection It’s a somewhat unlikely grouping of musicians — a native Kansas City emcee, singer and producer; a trombonist and nerdcore rapper from Mobile, Alabama; and a touring member of Janelle Monáe’s Wondaland A... [Read More]

KC Acts Represent at SXSW 2018

Posted on March 15 2018 by Michelle Bacon

It’s an annual musical pilgrimage that brought more than 2,000 official performers from 63 countries in 2017, along with countless around-the-clock unofficial parties across downtown Austin. This week, SXSW enters its 32nd year, and four Kansas City-based... [Read More]

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