Posts tagged with “Sympathetic Vibrations”

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]

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]

Sympathetic Vibrations: Spaces | Miller's Rural Escape

Posted on April 18 2019 by Dan Calderon

Local artist J. Ashley Miller shows us his rural home recording studio It’s a beautiful spring day as I drive toward the home of J. Ashley Miller — local musician, engineer, producer and creative force behind local acts like The Golden Calves, Meta... [Read More]

Sympathetic Vibrations: Mess' Clean Start

Posted on March 21 2019 by Dan Calderon

Local indie rockers set to release heady, concept-driven debut LP If you listen to “Learning How to Talk,” the debut full-length from local indie group Mess, you’ll find a gorgeous and haunting exploration of trauma, self-doubt and heartbreak. And that... [Read More]

Sympathetic Vibrations: Spaces | The Coop

Posted on February 21 2019 by Dan Calderon

Mitchell Hewlett’s converted goat coop is kicking out a whole new funk Mitchell Hewlett and Josh Hartranft needed a new place to live in 2014, and a two-bedroom apartment in Lawrence, Kansas, wouldn’t do for two musicians. So the idea of scoring a s... [Read More]

Sympathetic Vibrations | Five Rules For Loving Vinyl

Posted on February 7 2019 by Dan Calderon

Vinyl Renaissance co-owner offers five tips to get the most out of your record collection Some music fanatics maintain record collections over time for sentimental reasons. Others prefer the richness and clarity of the medium. And still others use reco... [Read More]

Sympathetic Vibrations | Radar State Really Doesn't Care. Do You?

Posted on January 24 2019 by Dan Calderon

Despite a debut full length, a nationwide tour and being dubbed a 'supergroup,' the pop punkers say it's just for fun In 2017, Matt Pryor and Jim Suptic were grabbing lunch and lamenting that their band, The Get Up Kids, were in something o... [Read More]

Sympathetic Vibrations | Avoiding the New Year’s Eve Dud

Posted on December 27 2018 by The Bridge

Whether you plan months in advance or you try to throw something together at the last minute, the odds are that your New Year’s Eve is going to suck. And that’s not your fault. We unfairly build up the holiday […] [Read More]

Sympathetic Vibrations | The Goodbye Girls

Posted on December 13 2018 by The Bridge

In September, the Facebook page for local blues rock trio Katy Guillen and the Girls was hit with a torrent of crying emojis from fans – 243 to be exact – in response to a post announcing that the band […] [Read More]

Sympathetic Vibrations | Grasping Infinity

Posted on November 29 2018 by The Bridge

Dedric and Delaney Moore grew up in a Kansas City, Kansas, household that nurtured a love of music. Their mother was a classical pianist who gave them lessons on the instrument, and their father had a sprawling record collection the […] [Read More]

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