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Premiere: Fullbloods – “Present By Proxy” Single

Mild West was one of my favorite albums of 2016 (as reviewed in this very publication) and a record I find myself returning to quite

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The Ovaries-eez released a surprise EP today

One of the most notorious harmonizing groups to emerge out of the Lawrence music scene just released a surprise album for those of you grappling

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Listen: The Black Mariah Theater – “Patron Saint”

Have you ever heard a band and thought “Man, this music just screams Third Man Records.” Let us introduce you to sparkly witch-rock duo The

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Review: Ebony Tusks – “HDF” Single

At long last, Ebony Tusks give us their debut single on High Dive Records / Intelligent Sound. One of the most exciting live acts of

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Bloom releases new music

Your favorite sludgy, drudgy, stoner-psych-metal rockers are finally releasing new music. “Pressing Palms” clocks in at just a hair over six minutes, and every second

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Album Review: Elexa Dawson – “Music Is Medicine”

There is a gospel quality to Elexa Dawson’s Music Is Medicine and maybe that’s a testament to its “healing” effect. Dawson grabs cosmic ideas and

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Album Review: Thighmaster – “Between The Knees and Squeeze”

Rumbling surf rock simmers on Between The Knees and Squeeze, the debut album from Lawrence’s Thighmaster. The dual vocals blending crystal clear with super fuzzed

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Review: Adam Scott York – “Twin Rivers” EP

A quiet intensity surges throughout Twin Rivers, the subtle, buzzing four track EP from singer/songwriter Adam Scott York. “What I Need” begins with gentle guitar

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Album Review: Bearblood – “Dormant Truth of the All-Mother”

Brutal and heavy, Dormant Truth of the All-Mother is the relentless new album from Bearblood. The trio howls and growls through nine ripping tracks, slamming

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Album Review: Til Willis & Erratic Cowboy – “Dirtflowers”

A hybrid of roadhouse country and heartland rock rages through Dirtflowers, the latest album from Til Willis & Erratic Cowboy. The energy is high and