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Album Review: Quiet Corral – “Ancestors”

by Nathan Cardiff Quiet Corral has put a tremendous amount of work in their new, enchanting record Ancestors. It captures a beauty and determination in

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Your Friend delivers captivating performance for CD release show

What a difference a year makes. Not too long ago, we were introducing you to Lawrence’s latest indie darling and her fantastic songwriting. Now, she’s

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Album Review: Doby Watson and Margo May – “Watson & May”

by Nathan Cardiff It’s always a pleasure when two strong songwriters play on the same bill. House show or big venue, sometimes you get lucky

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Album Review: Dean Monkey & The Dropouts – “Dean’s Steak House”

by Nathan Cardiff The only Lawrence doo-wop rockers (or at least the youngest) that I’ve ever heard, Dean Monkey & The Dropouts, have put their

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Album Review: Justin Klaas – “What Changed?”

by Nathan Cardiff Justin Klaas is a workaholic. The guy doesn’t rest as far as I know, constantly releasing material (just look at the EPs

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Album Review: Fourth of July – “Empty Moon”

by Nathan Cardiff It’s a cliche and an obvious statement to say that a band matures with their latest release, but cliche or not, it

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Album Review: Ponyboy. – “Dick Dick Dick” EP

by Nathan Cardiff In a past life, Charles McVey and I worked together. As a matter of fact, Ponyboy. was just a newborn when we

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Album Review: The Dead Girls – “Fade In/Fade Out”

by Nathan Cardiff Much like the newest record from The Dead Girls, I’m just gonna cut to the chase: it’s fantastic. Starting with the one-two-three

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Summer must-haves: Appleseed Cast and Hospital Ships release new music

On Tuesday, two of Lawrence’s finest bands will have some new music available for your listening pleasure. The Appleseed Cast is releasing their latest EP,