Album Reviews Articles

Album Review: Brooke Tuley – “First Midnight”

by Nathan Cardiff The industrial hum that opens on Brooke Tuley’s First Midnight sets the tone for the first half of the record. Through the

Album Reviews Articles

Album Review: Cowboy Indian Bear – “Vandeventer” EP

by Nathan Cardiff A year has passed since Cowboy Indian Bear’s full length Live Old, Die Young was released, winning over fans (new and old)

Album Reviews Articles

Review: Westerners – “Westerners” EP

by Nathan Cardiff “And if you said the devil was after me/I’d say it’s nice to be wanted by somebody.” Whoa. Great lyrics like these

Album Reviews Articles

Album Review: SeaKings – “SeaKings”

by Nathan Cardiff The self-titled record from SeaKings brings an intensity of unbridled emotion to every track, making it soundtrack worthy. The slow explosion of

Articles

Photo Gallery: Rancid / Tim Timebomb and Friends at the Granada

We’re pretty sure that the people who were at the Rancid show on Saturday night were the same fans who we watched Rancid with ten

Album Reviews Articles

Album Review: The Noise FM – “Attraction”

by Nathan Cardiff I’ve been attempting to pin down an appropriate genre for The Noise FM and the best I can do is scruffy indie-pop.

Articles

CSS / IO Echo bring seductive summer jam to Kansas City

“It feels like Summer!” Io Echo’s Ioanna Gika exclaimed while perched atop the Riot Room stage in Kansas City. While it was indeed a warm

Album Reviews Articles

Album Review: Dean Monkey & The Dropouts – “Dean’s Steak House”

by Nathan Cardiff The only Lawrence doo-wop rockers (or at least the youngest) that I’ve ever heard, Dean Monkey & The Dropouts, have put their

Articles

The Casket Lottery’s furious performance at Middle of the Map Fest

by Nathan Cardiff As Saturday came to an end, I was starting to feel the effects of three days of awesome music, working at my

Album Reviews Articles

Album Review: Fourth of July – “Empty Moon”

by Nathan Cardiff It’s a cliche and an obvious statement to say that a band matures with their latest release, but cliche or not, it