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Rock and Roll at its finest: The Velveteers tore up the Bottleneck

The Velveteers / Photo by Fally Afani This may have been the best rock show of the year in Lawrence. This was everything you could
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Foxy Shazam brought the Church of Rock and Roll to Lawrence

Did you party hard at the Bottleneck on Monday night or did you fuck up? Foxy Shazam / Photo by Fally Afani Foxy Shazam's rampant
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Sunny Day Real Estate reunite, kick off tour at Liberty Hall

Sunny Day Real Estate / Photo by Fally Afani To say that fans were pumped for this show may be understatement of the year. For
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Kiss The Tiger to bring their retro sound and intensity to The Bottleneck

Earlier this year we watched one band accomplish what most bands can dream of. Kiss the Tiger, while opening for Low Cut Connie, walked into

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Atticus vonHolten releases new track “Peel”

There’s an artist we’ve been keeping tabs on for a while in the Lawrence music scene. Atticus vonHolten is your typical Lawrencian who grew up

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LYXE throws back to new wave sound with new EP “Everything You Could Ever Want”

A few years (and a pandemic pause) after forming as a band, LYXE is finally releasing some new music. The trio is comprised of frontman

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Rockers roll their way through Lawrence in September

We’re ready for some rock and roll to slide back into the landscape. We’re talking crunchy guitars, throbbing baselines, and a hot mess of a

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Photo Gallery: Serene Fiend / Ebony Tusks / Young Mvchetes

A special occasion calls for a special show. On Saturday night, the Replay turned the tables on their live shows by hosting a concert outside
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Captain Howdy & The Sunset Serenaders bring all the energy

We're not going to lie, the last couple of years have been rough for emerging bands. The pandemic put a halt to all things live