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Here’s one of the hardest working musicians in Lawrence

Here’s a fella that puts your busy days at work to shame. On Saturday, Sean Hunt (you know him as Approach) earned his title as

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Photo Gallery: Talib Kweli / Space Invadas / Lincoln Marshall / Ebony Tusks / Dotzilla

Saturday night will go down as one of Lawrence’s best moments in hip hop in 2015. That’s the night five local and touring acts took

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Lincoln Marshall drops new video for “Dirt”

This is a pretty great week for Lincoln Marshall. The duo consisting of local rappers Approach and MilkDrop will be part of the locals opening

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Local rappers bring deeply personal rhymes to the stage

Lawrence tends to have a problem with recognizing the local hip hop community. It’s there, but not getting the same recognition it did a decade

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Photo Gallery: Iron & Wine / Strand of Oaks / Madisen Ward & The Mama Bear / Sean Rowe

After Wednesday night’s colorful pop explosion, the second night of Middle of the Map Fest kept it fairly low key with mellow folky acts on

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Album Review: Dolls On Fire – “Synesthesia”

by Nathan Cardiff Dolls On Fire twist and turn through genres on their sophomore record Synesthesia. They start with power-pop friendly tracks “Mr Riot Vs

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As folk as possible: Nicholas St. James to join lineup at Folk Alliance International

This week hundreds of folk musicians and fans will spill into the Sheraton Crown Center and Westin Crown Center Hotel in Kansas City for the

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Paper Buffalo makes it look easy

Lawrence really just cannot get enough of Paper Buffalo. The heavy-numbered band of fairly young musicians played the Jackpot over the weekend. Their fans were

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Rhythm Rulers: The Phantastics can do it all

Here’s why we legitimately believe The Phantastics are one of the best bands out there. Simply put, it’s because they can do it all. Dance

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The Delta Saints come marching in with Spencer Brown

Under the vibrant and over-saturated lights of the Bottleneck, one of Lawrence’s brightest new stars continued to wow and impress the local audience on Saturday.