Posts tagged with “kcmusic”

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]

NuBlvckCity — ‘All Night’ and 'Alive' Exclusive Song Premiere

Posted on July 12 2019 by Michelle Bacon

“You have now entered the zone.” On “All Night,” Kartez Marcel asserts these words as he delivers a concise commentary on his group’s singular style — “NuBlvckCity like 2Pac, Biggie meets Kenny G, with a soulful sprinkle of R&B.” “It’s unlike anythi... [Read More]

Aaron's Top 15 KC Albums of the Decade

Posted on July 11 2019 by Aaron Rhodes

This list was excruciating to make. Kansas City music rules. Punk rock? Hip-hop? Indie rock? Other s***? I love it all, baby. My initial listen had to be whittled down from around 60 of my favorite local albums from the last decade. Please tweet and ask m... [Read More]

Weekend Roundup: Summer Dreams

Posted on June 28 2019 by Michelle Bacon

  Pride Month is winding down, but that doesn’t mean you should stop celebrating LGBTQIA community and civil rights. Tonight, dark pop duo The Black Creatures will be performing in the InterUrban Arthouse Listening Room ((8001 Newton St, Overla... [Read More]

The Best of Both Worlds

Posted on June 27 2019 by Zoey Shopmaker

Mazzy Mann dons newest persona for upcoming EP, ‘HANNAH MONTANA’ “When you're famous it can be kinda fun It's really you but no one ever discovers In some ways you're just like all your friends But on stage you're a star You... [Read More]

Sympathetic Vibrations: This Is Addie

Posted on June 13 2019 by Dan Calderon

The Bridge talks with The Greeting Committee’s lead singer ahead of the band’s tour-ending slot at Boulevardia Bright futures can be hard to come by in the music industry, but the local music scene has had the privilege of watching The Greeting Committ... [Read More]

Belle and the Vertigo Waves – 'Fear Or Faith' Exclusive Song Premiere

Posted on June 7 2019 by Michelle Bacon

When Belle Loux set out to make her first record, she had yet to perform any of her material with a band.  “I had fantasized about hearing those songs with a full band for so long,” she said. “They had sort of become these characters that I grew up wit... [Read More]

Weekend Roundup: Lullabies Till Dawn

Posted on June 7 2019 by Michelle Bacon

When Les Izmore throws himself behind a musical project, it’s bound to be something visionary… often revolutionary. He’s been staying busy this year with the recent debut of Arquesta Del SolSoul — an avant-garde combo propelled by himself and poet/spo... [Read More]

Weekend Roundup: Sunshine Long Overdue

Posted on May 31 2019 by Michelle Bacon

  Four years ago, Kelly Hunt left Memphis to make Kansas City her home. As she started gaining attention at open mics and festivals around the city, her striking singularity as a folk singer and songwriter became clear to audiences. Last year,... [Read More]

Sympathetic Vibrations: Smart Beats

Posted on May 30 2019 by Dan Calderon

Plaza Academy’s Beat Academy set to celebrate the release of its first album with raucous party Plaza Academy is a little off the beaten path of traditional education. And that is one of its many strengths. But finding the beat is an integral part of o... [Read More]


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