Album Reviews Posts slider

Album Review: Mess – “Learning How To Talk”

Nearly a year ago I wrote a single review for “Cave,” the third track on Learning How To Talk. I’m as excited now as I

Album Reviews Articles Photo Gallery Posts slider

Album Review: Salty – “Dry Rub”

It’s a rare occasion when I would call a song a ripper and mention a stellar saxophone solo in the same sentence, but even rarer

Album Reviews Posts slider

Album Review: Shoebox Money

Shoebox Money continues to impress with their recent release of four demos. Now with Hannah Norris as front person, their tunes pack even more of

Album Reviews Articles Posts slider

Please enjoy this list of romantic songs from local musicians this Valentine’s Day

Happy Valentine’s Day, dear readers! Because we heart both you AND local music, we’ve listed some of the most romantics songs by Lawrence musicians. Listen

Album Reviews Articles Posts slider

Listen: The Sluts release new EP

We absolutely loathe nostalgia, until it’s done properly. This is where The Sluts excel. They’ve taken everything likable about mid-90’s rock and turned it into

Album Reviews Articles Posts slider

Album Review: Approach – “Merely Minutes, In A Day”

If you want to know what it looks like when a musician faces his mortality head on, now’s a good time to look towards Approach.

Album Reviews Articles Posts slider

Sky Smeed releases single ahead of album release

One of the region’s calmest country crooners just released a sentimental little tune that’s entirely relatable to anyone who’s ever felt a deep connection with

Album Reviews Articles Posts slider

Album Review: Kadesh Flow – “Otaku Moods”

Kadesh Flow has written an album that is completely relatable, if you’re a musician. Anything from the creative process to quitting your career in favor

Album Reviews Articles Posts slider

Review: Good Saint Nathanael – “Lightning” Single

“Lightning,” the lead single from Good Saint Nathanael (Nate Allen, who previously performed his folk-punk tunes as Destroy Nate Allen), finds him trading those rowdy

Album Reviews Articles Posts slider

Oxford Remedy releases addictive new music

As if we needed more proof that 2019 was going to be the year that teen bands ruled the scene. With bands like LK Ultra,