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Riot Room was ablaze with lights, colors, and sounds as Superorganism brought ⅞ of their supergroup to Kansas City. Lyricist and multi-instrumentalist, and recent addition to the Sub Pop roster, Yuno opened the show playing songs he originally recorded in his bedroom in Jacksonville, FL. Accompanied by a full band, Yuno’s unique blend of soul, indie rock, and rap warmed the room both literally and figuratively. Superorganism took the stage and found themselves caught between a nebulus of projected images and white scrims. For the next hour, the group played much of their debut album to the packed crowd, as lead-vocalist Orono Noguchi vocalized the downsides to being a sub-5’ front-person of a band playing a packed bar room.