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Girls Rock! Campers still rocking out, releasing original music this weekend

It seems I can’t go two weeks without hearing from someone about the positive, lingering effects of Girls Rock! Camp. Now, once again, young women


Watch: La Guerre at the Bottleneck

It’s been a while since we checked in with La Guerre, but it was worth the wait. Watching La Guerre is like watching a butterfly


Fare thee well, Cowboy Indian Bear

The following is an opinion piece expressed by the editor of I Heart Local Music. The time has finally come to say goodbye to Cowboy


Lawrence Field Day Fest begins with free night of shows

Lawrence Field Day Fest began with a set of free shows, but was hardly a low-key affair. Love Garden hosted a trio of performances from


Photo Gallery: Mates of State / La Guerre

Tuesday night was a local affair on a national scale at The Granada. The show opened with Katlyn Conroy’s La Guerre. The group has grown

Album Reviews Articles

La Guerre – “Rare and Collectible Spirits”

by Nathan Cardiff After her two EP releases in 2013, it seemed that Katlyn Conroy could move into two distinct directions (or frankly any direction

Album Reviews Articles

Album Review: La Guerre – “Violent”

by Nathan Cardiff Her second release of 2013 (under the La Guerre title), Katlyn Conroy’s newest record Violent comes to us a mere three months


Watch: La Guerre at the Replay

There’s something alluring and lovable about La Guerre, the solo project from Lawrence’s Katlyn Conroy. Aside from having the voice of a siren, the local


Leading by example: Cowboy Indian Bear celebrates new album with fellow musicians

Cowboy Indian Bear is finally seeing the fruits of their labor, and it’s coming in the form of love and support from their community. They

Album Reviews Articles

Album Review: La Guerre – “The Three” EP

by Nathan Cardiff Katlyn Conroy’s project La Guerre has been brutally honest and emotional in her many releases and live shows over the past couple