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New wave goth rockers Club Sinister release new single

There hasn’t been much in the way of new-wave goth punk lately, but it looks like Club Sinister is coming to the rescue. Alex Horton

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Sky Smeed finds “True Love” in quarantine isolation

If there’s one thing local folkster Sky Smeed learned during the quarantine, it’s the art of adaptability. One moment, musicians were playing shows and planning

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Christena Graves releases new single

One of the most promising acts pre-COVID has apparently spent the quarantine finishing up a bombshell of a new album. Prior to the quarantine, roots

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Album Review: Ebony Tusks – “Heal_Thyself”

Was there ever any doubt that Ebony Tusks’ debut LP could match the excellent and experimental energy of their live show? Heal_Thyself showcases the trio as masters

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Country darlings Jenna and Martin release adorable, romantic music video

If you needed a feel-good moment this week, this is it. One of the most recognizable duos in the local folk scene are putting the

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Watch: Blanky debuts new music video for “No Summertime”

We’ve stumbled upon the perfect track to transition from a lazy Summer to the cozier seasons. Mellow soothe-core group Blanky, known for their hazy and

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Review: DumpStar – “Exile On 9th Street” EP

Crusty and catchy, DumpStar are out to prove punk’s not dead in 2020. They grind and rock their way through Exile On 9th Street, their

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Review: CHEW – “Darque Tan” EP

Editor’s note: CHEW is an Atlanta-based band, but are familiar and well-loved in the Lawrence live music scene. They also played the last show we

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Album Review: The Harrisonics – “Love Songs For All Occasions”

Jangly, angular guitars shimmer and shine on the new record from The Harrisonics. Love Songs For All Occasions starts with snappy, pop-driven rock songs that have

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LK Ultra ferociously stand up for trans women in new single “Pussy Hat”

LK Ultra have never shied away from activism and human rights. Their knack for combining art and revolution comes to the forefront this week with