Posts tagged with “kcmusic”

Bridging the Gaps

Posted on September 19 2019 by Zoey Shopmaker

A Look At The Newest Album from Domineko and Rick Maun What does it mean to be prolific? Some might say it’s about getting noticed. For Kansas City rapper Dominique Collins, better known as Domineko, it’s deeper than that. For him, it’s about speaking... [Read More]

Kat King – ‘Song From Spain’ Exclusive Video Premiere

Posted on September 13 2019 by Michelle Bacon

As the first hints of autumn begin to emerge, so do the melancholy sounds of the season, magnified here by the sublime lilt of singer-songwriter Kat King. Though “Song From Spain” was released in February, King has been hard at work on the video for ne... [Read More]

Nicole Springer – ‘I’ll Never Be A Bitter Woman’ Exclusive Video Premiere

Posted on September 3 2019 by Michelle Bacon

Nicole Springer has long approached her songwriting as a path to personal growth and healing.  It’s a quality that resonates with local fans just as much as her prominent vocals. Having spent her youth singing in gospel choirs and musicals, Springer un... [Read More]

Weekend Roundup: Take Me Back To Electric Park

Posted on August 16 2019 by Michelle Bacon

  One of the area’s most successful acts, Making Movies has also become one of the region’s biggest advocates for immigrant rights. With support from Maria the Mexican and Mr. and Mrs. Dodge, they’ll be performing an I Heart Local Music fundrai... [Read More]

Best of the Decade Wrap

Posted on August 12 2019 by Michelle Bacon

In July, we invited local music aficionados to share a few of their recommendations for Best KC Albums of the Decade. On Eight One Sixty, Chris Haghirian chatted with bloggers, radio personalities and promoters about their choices, and at bridge909.org, o... [Read More]

The Cat Is Fat Big

Posted on August 8 2019 by Aaron Rhodes

Olathe trio Bigfatcat is one of the metro's most exciting pop groups and just graduated high school “I like that it starts with that one,” Rachel Cionitti said with a laugh and smile.  She’s referring to “Young Girls,” the minute-long a cappella... [Read More]

Bacon's Best of the Decade

Posted on August 1 2019 by Michelle Bacon

Just about a decade ago, I dove into the music world as a musician and album reviewer — my first time really being exposed to what was happening in Kansas City’s indie music scenes, and discovering my own creative fascinations. Since then, I’ve been in... [Read More]

Zoey's Top KC Albums of the Decade

Posted on July 25 2019 by Zoey Shopmaker

In making this list, my hope was to shine a light on some of my favorite works to come out of the Kansas City underground, whether from KC-born artists or artists who called KC home for a short time. The point is, they’ve impacted and transformed the loca... [Read More]

Sympathetic Vibrations: Dan's Favorite Albums of the '10s

Posted on July 18 2019 by Dan Calderon

Putting together a list of my favorite albums of the ‘10s proved to be a much more painstaking task than I had originally anticipated. How does one even begin to narrow down such an impressive and varied group of releases? Do I choose based off the succes... [Read More]

Weekend Roundup: High Hopes

Posted on July 12 2019 by Michelle Bacon

  Hailing from Warrensburg, Molly Gene has enjoyed a thriving solo career as a razor-sharp slide-guitar and foot-stompin’ act that she has dubbed the One Whoaman Band. Her revitalizing, self-described Delta thrash sound has taken her across the... [Read More]

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