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Live: Big B

As explained in our review of the Cabin by the Sea tour, Big B aka the Hooligan is out on his own again. Suburban Noize Records’ rapper, Bryan Mahoney, is best known by his stage name Big B. A veteran of making records, Big B has been involved in 13 different album releases including three […]

Interview: Sage Francis

As an avid (and nerdy) hip-hop concertgoer and poetry-lover, finding that combo in an artist is the best. Much has been written for decades on if hip-hop’s art, and can hip-hop be considered poetry and spoken word, with several weighing in on these topics (pseudo-intellectuals etc). One artist who fiercely stirs this debate up is […]

Contest: Chico Mann (closed)

CHICO MANN (pronounced: mæng) Chico Mann, a time-travelling multi-instrumentalist-producer who with drum machines, synthesizers, and guitars has singlehandedly filled the 30+ year gap between afrobeat, afrocuban, freestyle and electronic music while throwing a wrench into the cogs of musical history. Chico Mann grew up in a musical family in New York and New Jersey. His […]

Artist Update: Alt-J

Alt-J Mercury Prize-winning UK band Alt-J have announced details of their upcoming concert film, An American Wave. The film includes interviews with fans and tastemakers as well as a full-length performance from their sold out show at the Midland Theater in Kansas City. Kansas City claims a unique place in the still-unfolding story of Alt-J. […]

Press Release Roundup: July 1st, 2013

Music journalists like ourselves get hit with a steady helping of press releases every day. For the music fan without that kind of sensory overload, a lot of music news can pass by without being seen. Every Monday, I will compile a list of some of the most intriguing things to come across my virtual […]

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