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Atmospheric and perfect for sunny days.
Something punk that you can dance to as well
A good listen for the fall.
For the season premiere of Live @ KJHK, Vik. G Trio stopped by and performed six new songs. Listen to the dope tunes from these local Lawrence musicians. For more exclusive live in-studios, check out the Live @ KJHK youtube channel at: https://www.youtube.com/user/KJHKLive Set List: 1. Crafty 2. So Far, So Bad 3. Go 4. Bittersweet 5. Again 6. I Got It
Glacial Movements In Grime
Visual Feasts For Dancing Beasts
Kiwi transitions and Aussie waves of thought
“Give the People What They Want”
The top albums of the year according to KJHK!
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