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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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On most nights in Lawrence, you’ll find a folk jam

Gosh, folk music is just having a heyday in Lawrence right now. There’s a good chance that if you go out on most days in


Vocal Vixens: The Ovaries-eez help lead the female front in Lawrence

In a town full of rock and rollers, The Ovaries-eez stand out. The group, comprised of a trio of siren-voiced musicians, generally take the stage


Kawehi addresses internet trolls at local bookstore performance

“I usually have a lot of gear with me,” Kawehi said with a chuckle in front of a full house at the Raven Bookstore on


Off the beaten path: unconventional venues for local musicians

In a community this music-rich, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that live performances can be found around every corner. Over the past few days,


A Quiet Ferocity: The Caves rock Middle of the Map Fest

by Nathan Cardiff Golden Sound Records has a helluva a line-up and any time that the label hosts a show, it’s a gift to us,

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Album Review: Justin Klaas – “Odds and Ends”

by Nathan Cardiff I had the pleasure of meeting Justin Klaas this past summer while he was playing a short, intimate set of songs. The