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Author archive for Stevie Ervay

  • Features

    SONG PREMIERE: CAPTIVA, “TYPHOON”

    - by Stevie Ervay

    Kansas City’s Captiva brought a wave of warm air to the desolate midwestern winter. Their latest track, “Typhoon”, is a sunny drive down a beach-lined highway…

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    ALBUM REVIEW: MR. GOLDEN SUN, “CENTRAL STATES EP”

    - by Stevie Ervay

    Mr. Golden Sun’s debut unfolds like a cinematic drive down a desolate midwestern highway. Perhaps the title of the EP – Central States EP – beckons this to mind, or maybe it’s the opening line of the album, “Breaking down on the interstate…”. Regardless, these six tracks are a perfect companion on the road…

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    SONG PREMIERE: WINDOW DOGS, “GO OUTSIDE”

    - by Stevie Ervay

    Soft, subtle, and quirky.That’s how Cleveland quintet Window Dogs introduces their latest single, “Go Outside”. Cheekily, the band brings in peppy hi-hat hits as the guitar flutters on. Captivatingly wordy, the song starts to truly build as the vocals come onto the scene…

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    ALBUM PREMIERE: THE UK’S, “AMERICAN WAY OF DEATH”

    - by Stevie Ervay

    It’s been a minute since we’ve heard from Kansas City rabble-rousers The UK’s. Aside from a recent single, the quartet hasn’t released new material since their debut EP – ‘Bad Seed’ – in 2016. Well, that all changes now with ‘American Way Of Death’…

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    VIDEO PREMIERE: GLASS HEART STRING CHOIR, “YOUR VOICE”

    - by Stevie Ervay

    As subtle and beautiful as the song itself, Glass Heart String Choir’s latest video for their track “Your Voice” is a stunning journey through lavish landscapes. The perfect pairing of Ian Williams and Katie Mosehauer take a somewhat minimalistic approach to their lush, hushed folk music…

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    LIVE REVIEW: TINY MOVING PARTS (BLUEBIRD THEATER / DENVER, CO)

    - by Stevie Ervay

    As they wheeled out their gear, tuned their instruments, and adjusted microphone stands, the ear-to-ear grins on the faces of the men on stage were readily apparent. As the trio slowed down and settled in, the crowd got more antsy. Anticipation was building for Tiny Moving Parts’ impending rambunctious set. 

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    SONG PREMIERE: STRAWBERRY MOUNTAIN, “PLACEBO JESUS”

    - by Stevie Ervay

    Shimmering chimes and a breathy voice lead you in. Rather quickly, the track builds steam, propelling you forward. Drums and guitars and shakers sonically wrap around you. “Placebo Jesus”, the latest track from Seattle outfit Strawberry Mountain, knows just how to capture your attention.

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    ALBUM PREMIERE: PALE TONGUE, “PALE TONGUE”

    - by Stevie Ervay

    Pale Tongue’s long-awaited debut piece of work has finally arrived in the form of a six-track ripper of an EP. Fast and loud, with an eerie element to the mix, Pale Tongue has crafted an album that expertly mirrors their raucous live show. Swirling…

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    VIDEO PREMIERE: EMPLOYER, “GIT OFF MY PROPERTY”

    - by Stevie Ervay

    Kansas City emo-tinged punk rock outfit Employer’s latest video for their track “Git Off My Property” has just arrived. Masterfully pieced together by Morgan Greenwood…

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    5 THINGS WE LOVED AT CROSSROADS MUSIC FEST

    - by Stevie Ervay

    Crossroads Music Fest is an annual celebration of the breadth of talent found in Kansas City. A fundraiser for KKFI 90.1FM, CMF features dozens of artists ranging from hip hop, to country, to traditional Balinese Gamelan, and everything in between. Here are…