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Posts tagged with ‘Rock’

  • Conversations

    CONVERSATIONS: JOHN RZEZNIK OF THE GOO GOO DOLLS

    - by Kara Love

    My dad introduced me to music. He loved The Beatles and Vietnam War protest songs. Something else he loved? The City of Angels soundtrack, specifically “Iris” by the Goo Goo Dolls. Having only heard “Iris” and “Name” (off their previous album ‘A Boy Named Goo’), I almost immediately fell in love with Goo Goo Dolls…

  • Features

    GALLERY: ST. LUCIA, THE NIGHT GAME (THE NOVO / LOS ANGELES, CA)

    - by Deanie Chen

    A cast couldn’t stop Jean Philip Grobler from giving a danceable, high-energy show Friday night in Los Angeles. The bombastic show featuring St. Lucia and The Night Game made for the perfect start to the weekend.

  • Features

    SOFAR SOUNDS KC 31 RECAP: MIKI P, SHEVEN, KEELAN DONOVAN

    - by Sofar Sounds Kansas City

    It was chilly and raining in Kansas City on Saturday, the perfect weather for gathering with dozens of music lovers to experience intimate sets by three artists. Men’s apparel store ULAH hosted Sofar Sounds, featuring Miki P, Sheven, and Keelan Donovan – three musicians with very different styles…

  • Features

    GALLERY: AUDIOTREE MUSIC FESTIVAL (ARCADIA FESTIVAL GROUNDS / KALAMAZOO, MI)

    - by Jackson Fleming

    For it’s fifth year running, Audiotree hosted it’s annual music festival in the charming downtown area of Kalamazoo, Michigan. This year’s lineup seemed to be pulling out all the stops. With heavy-hitters like Father John Misty, Local Natives, Real Estate, and Khraungbin (just to name a few)…

  • Features

    5 ACTS WE LOVED AT AUDIOTREE MUSIC FESTIVAL 2018

    - by Jackson Fleming

    For it’s fifth year running, Audiotree hosted it’s annual music festival in the charming downtown area of Kalamazoo, Michigan. This year’s lineup seemed to be pulling out all the stops. With heavy-hitters like Father John Misty, Local Natives, Real Estate, and Khraungbin (just to name a few), 2018’s Audiotree…

  • Features

    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…

  • Features

    GALLERY: CROSSROADS MUSIC FEST 2018 (CROSSROADS ARTS DISTRICT / KANSAS CITY, MO)

    - by Anna Selle

    The 14th annual Crossroads Music Fest took over the Crossroads Arts District in Kansas City this past weekend. Boasting a multitude of artists in a multitude of genres, the fundraiser for KKFI 90.1 put a serious spotlight on the diverse talent coming out of Kansas City.

  • Features

    LO-FI SESSION: HEMBREE, “HOLY WATER”

    - by playlistplay

    Hembree has been making waves. The Kansas City quintet has become a rising name in music with their songs used in Apple commercials, touring the US and (soon) Europe, and now headlining Crossroads Music Fest. We caught up with Hembree in KC’s Art Alley to get a taste of what they’ve got.

  • Features

    25 OF OUR FAVORITE MUSIC VIDEOS: AUGUST 2018

    - by Meredith Schneider

    This month’s roundup features some thrilling illustrations and art, as well as some fun mashup work between bands! And if you pay close attention, many of these videos have a call to action…

  • Features

    5 WAYS WE RELAXED AT MAHA MUSIC FESTIVAL

    - by Savanna Howland

    Festivals can be a chaotic flurry of activity, but Maha Music Festival, now in its 10th year, proves time after time that festivals can be chill. We came home after 2 days of music and sunshine actually feeling recharged and here’s how we did it…