Dan Calderon is a contributor to Flatland and 90.9 The Bridge, where he writes the bi-weekly music column, “Sympathetic Vibrations,” examining local and national music. Dan has been a lifelong resident of the Kansas City area and splits his time as an attorney and a DJ when he is not writing for Flatland/The Bridge.
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]
The American Jazz Museum's Women in Jazz series aims to celebrate history and inspire the next generation If you stroll about the permanent exhibits at the American Jazz Museum in 18th & Vine, you’ll find a room celebrating the four “jazz masters”... [Read More]
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]
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]
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]
Local David Bowie tribute supergroup gearing up for fourth annual performance Ask 10 different music lovers about David Bowie’s legacy, and you’re likely to get 10 different answers. But if you’re trying get a better grasp of his enigmatic persona, may... [Read More]
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