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Photo Gallery: Preoccupations / Protomartyr / Rattle

Scenes from recordBar in Kansas City when Preoccupations rolled through with Protomartyr, and percussion duo Rattle.
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Photo Gallery: Peelander-Z / Drop A Grand / Westerners

Peelander-Z / Photo by Fally Afani It's hard to imagine how a show that already heavily incorporates audience participation can demand even more of those
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Of Montreal brings wild stage show to recordBar

Psychedelic Indie-pop glam-rock funk band Of Montreal pulled no punches Friday night in bringing their wild and colorful stage show to recordBar in Kansas City.  Of
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Radkey’s Naughty and Nice Xmas Night

Editor's note: Rather than staying snug in his bed with visions of sugar plums in his head, Photographer Leroy Pristach spent Christmas at recordBar for
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Photo Gallery: KC Psych Fest

RecordBar celebrated 10 years of vibrant musical activity with a weekend of Kansas City’s best psych rock. Psych Fest took over the popular Kansas City

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Photo Gallery: Melt Banana / Torche / Hot Nerds

The wildest party in Kansas City had to be at the Melt Banana show on Wednesday night. recordBar was filled to the brim with punk


The Helio Sequence win fan favor in Kansas City

It’s been nearly three years, but The Helio Sequence made it back to Kansas City. The Portland-based duo brought their luscious sounds to recordBar in

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Photo Gallery: Me Like Bees / The Noise / Archie Powell and the Exports

‘Tis the SXSW season and bands throughout the Midwest are gearing up to haul their gear to the great land of Tejas, where they will

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Photo Gallery: Viet Cong / Muscle Worship at recordBar

Viet Cong may boast some rich, emotional, and highly artistic music. But when they hit Kansas City on Wednesday, they were all about fun. When


No one is safe from Peelander-Z

On Monday night the weather changed so harshly and dramatically, it would take only the best show to bring folks out of their cozy homes