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Shows you should see this weekend: November 4-5

The first weekend of November starts off with some bizarre bluegrass, multi-instrumentalists, crooning songwriters, and a heavy rock show. Here’s a look at some of

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Artists you should notice: Robocopter

The music of Robocopter (aka Rob Schulte) is a work of art. You may have seen the local promoter sassing his way about the stage

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Media Mashup with: Brendan Costello (Styles)

Name: Brendan Costello Bands: Fourth of July, The Dactyls (guitar, vocals) Book: Ender’s Game (Orson Scott Card) “I’m a sci-fi nerd and secret video game

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Percussion Party: Cowboy Indian Bear / Delta Saints / Quiet Corral rock the Granada

Halloween weekend kicked off with a bang (on the drum) when Cowboy Indian Bear, The Delta Saints and Quiet Corral delivered on their promise at

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Shows you should see this weekend: Halloween Edition

  Don’t be surprised if you find that you can’t get into a Lawrence venue this weekend. Downtown is known as party central the weekend

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On the fringes of society: Lawrence band Ponyboy scores adult film soundtrack

It’s not uncommon to find Charles McVey and David Zey producing some of the Lawrence scene’s loudest (and most gut-wrenching) garage rock at local bars

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Shows you should see this weekend: October 21 – 22

Friday   Hammerlord Halloween Party – The Replay   While most of Lawrence’s finest Halloween parties are happening NEXT weekend, the evil-spirited holiday couldn’t come

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TrentemΓΈller delivers epic, haunting performance at Liberty Hall

-by Fally Afani   On Wednesday night an awestruck crowd watched one of the world’s most well-respected electronic acts deliver an illustrious performance on the

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Over the Top: Ultimate Fakebook plans rowdy Halloween show

Ultimate Fakebook limits their live shows to once a year. So when they get together for a performance, they go big. Really big. As in

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Media mashup with: Beau Bruns

Editor’s note: One of the best things about the local Lawrence and Kansas City music scene is our sense of community. We’re starting a new