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La Guerre teams up with local orchestra to perform original music

Katlyn Conroy, the siren-voiced musical mastermind behind La Guerre, has never been one to sit still. Just this year alone, she participated (actually, she slayed)

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Nate Holt releases lush electronic album

You can add this release to the rebirth of electronic music in Lawrence. Etan Tloh, whose name is actually Nate Holt but performs under the

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Listen: Alex Calhoun releases electronic tracks featuring local musicians

If you’ve been looking for electronic acts to listen to in Lawrence, Alex Calhoun is a good artist to start with. The local musician, out

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Photo Gallery: Wendy Moira / La Guerre / Wides

Lawrence is great, and the music scene is even greater. But it’s easy to develop a love/hate relationship with this town. Shows aren’t always easy

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Genre: Indie, Pop Members: Katlyn Conroy Website: Aside from having the voice of a siren, Katlyn Conroy wins over audiences with effortless songwriting featuring


Complicated Creatures: Lawrence musicians plan David Bowie tribute

You could say Chris Luxem has been a lifelong fan of David Bowie. When he was in 2nd grade, he used to go over to


Lawrence feels the Bern with Arc Flash / CS Luxem / Westerners / La Guerre

Lawrence was definitely feeling the Bern on Wednesday as a group of musicians got together to raise money for Presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders. There was


Something and the Whatevers perform set consisting entirely of local band covers

If there’s one local band that absolutely adores other local bands, it’s Something and the Whatevers. On Thursday night, they got to showcase that love

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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