A debut Kansas City psych record from The Philistines and The Record Machine.
After Madisen and Ruth Ward had frequented Grimey's during recording sessions, an opportunity arose for a different release, and the Ward's second album.
In what bassist and vocalist Les Claypool calls an approach to a psychedelic space rock record, this album is an alluring selection of the vintage psych rock influences of Sean Lennon and the punchy, warped funk of Primus.
Released in late 2015, Flesh & Gold is the first, full-length half of a larger double LP from Kansas City folk group, The Grisly Hand.
Deakin gracefully steps outside his psychedelic bubble within Animal Collective into an open range of influences new to the Baltimore quartet's faithful.
Assistant Music Director Harrison Hipp sat down with instrumental guitarist, Andy McKee, in anticipation of McKee’s most recent...
Functioning Broke is an emic view into the musical persona of Dillon through the vibraphone.
Thursday evening at The Granada began with two local acts warming up the crowd before the long-awaited arrival...
Zaid Maxwell and Dorcas are a prime example of the many exemplary oddities to be found in the Rad Cult catalog.
No local band is more aptly named or capable of as much debauchery as Stiff Middle Fingers.
Self-admittedly piqued by fusion, Emily's D+Evolution is the height of the once-prodigy's polarity between rock and jazz.
The ever-equipped BMSR hold dearly a tool belt of muddy synths, guitar, production, and vocoder-laden vocals on this dazed yet patient approach.
LOW is the latest project from former Lawrence native and founding member of Bear Club, P. MORRIS, now based in Los Angeles.
This four-track EP combines hip-hop and electronic elements found in the work of the Vivid Zebra collective coupled with Raymond's pop and R&B presence.
The earnest, lo-fi nature of Glory speaks to its nostalgic sincerity.
The tenure Smith shows on Evolution demands reverence as this album will safely stand out in the 2016 jazz landscape.
The lights dimmed at 8:30 p.m. on Saturday, February 20 in The Fillmore Auditorium in Denver as The...
Evident in every track from Something About April II is debonair live instrumentation furnishing a dimly lit sound.
Pusha T emanates a confident classiness and seasoned sound in the contemporary time capsule that is King Push — Darkest Before Dawn: The Prelude.
Once a member of former Lawrence rock band The Anniversary circa the 1990s, Demonios is the latest from Josh Berwanger.
Bad Neighbor is the latest from Madlib since the Trouble Knows Me EP released in September with Future Islands' Sam Herring, and his first full-length release since 2014's Piñata.
Flourishes of contemporary rock or electronic familiarity throughout Junun are only flashes in a pan of rich cultural composition and heritage.