Live review: Alice Cooper at the Kauffman Center

Live review: Alice Cooper at the Kauffman Center

Live review: Alice Cooper at the Kauffman Center

Alice Cooper Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts Monday, August 6 Touring in support of his most recent album, Paranormal, shock rocker Alice Cooper m...

Source: www.thepitchkc.com/arts-entertainment/music/slideshows/blog/21016870/alice-cooper-at-the-kaufmann-center-photos-setlist

Photos + Setlist: Courtney Barnett at the Truman

Photos + Setlist: Courtney Barnett at the Truman

Photos + Setlist: Courtney Barnett at the Truman

Courtney Barnett with Vagabon The Truman Wednesday, July 18 In the five years since her American debut, Australia's Courtney Barnett has gone from a blues...

Source: www.thepitchkc.com/arts-entertainment/music/slideshows/blog/21014191/courtney-barnett-at-the-the-truman-photos-setlist

Vinyl Review: Gentle Giant — Three Piece Suite

Vinyl Review: Gentle Giant -- Three Piece Suite

Vinyl Review: Gentle Giant — Three Piece Suite

The new release from Alucard is an introduction to the English progressive rock band, Gentle Giant. Titled Three Piece Suite, the double LP is culled from the group’s first three releases: their self-titled debut from 1970, 1971’s Acquiring the Taste, and Three Friends from 1972, along with a track which predates the band’s debut.

Source: modern-vinyl.com/2017/11/10/vinyl-review-gentle-giant-three-piece-suite/

JOSIE & THE PUSSYCATS (2001) – Starburst Magazine

JOSIE & THE PUSSYCATS (2001) - Starburst Magazine

JOSIE & THE PUSSYCATS (2001) - Starburst Magazine

When Josie & the Pussycats was originally released in 2001, it came just a year after the end of the Sabrina the Teenage Witch series on the American ABC network. One would’ve thought that another modern update of an Archie Comics title would’ve been hot on its heels, but the poor box office performance of & Continued

Source: www.starburstmagazine.com/reviews/josie-pussycats-2001

Apocalypse Meow X: Brandon Phillips shares the story of his condition

Apocalypse Meow X: Brandon Phillips shares the story of his condition

Apocalypse Meow X: Brandon Phillips shares the story of his condition

Back in 2008, the first Apocalypse Meow raised funds for musician Abigail Henderson's treatment, after she was diagnosed with Stage 3 inflammatory breast c...

Source: www.pitch.com/music/interviews/blog/20980884/apocalypse-meow-x-brandon-phillips-shares-the-story-of-his-condition

Captured by Robots, Katy Guillen & the Girls, and Victor Wooten Trio are among November’s worthiest shows

Captured by Robots, Katy Guillen & the Girls, and Victor Wooten Trio are among November's worthiest shows

Captured by Robots, Katy Guillen & the Girls, and Victor Wooten Trio are among November's worthiest shows

Victor Wooten TrioYes, the weather is less agreeable these days, but the concert calendar isn't cooling off anytime soon. November gives you plenty of reas...

Source: www.pitch.com/music/forecast/blog/20981157/captured-by-robots-katy-guillen-the-girls-and-victor-wooten-trio-are-among-novembers-worthiest-shows

Exclusive: Listen to the premiere of Berwanger’s ‘Broken Moon’

Exclusive: Listen to the premiere of Berwanger's 'Broken Moon'

Exclusive: Listen to the premiere of Berwanger's 'Broken Moon'

Since 2013, Josh Berwanger has released two full-length albums — Strange Stains and Exorcism Rock — along with the Demonios EP and three singles. So...

Source: www.pitch.com/music/blog/20980230/exclusive-listen-to-the-premiere-of-berwangers-broken-moon

Vinyl Review: The Architects — Border Wars

Vinyl Review: The Architects — Border Wars

Combining two EPs into an LP is a risky proposition. Depending on how far apart in time they were recorded, and the attending differences in lyrical, musical, or thematic content, you could end up with a 12-inch which has two uncomfortably different sides. Even when packaged as one collection of two separate records, you can end up with something like Courtney Barnett’s The Double EP: A Sea of Split Peas, where the year and a half between the first disc, I’ve Got a Friend Called Emily Ferris, and the second, How to Carve a Carrot Into a Rose, show a distinct turn.Â

Source: modern-vinyl.com/2017/09/18/vinyl-review-the-architects-border-wars/

Review Roundup: Tidal Waves Music’s Link Wray reissues

Review Roundup: Tidal Waves Music’s Link Wray reissues

With Tidal Waves Music’s reissues of three early Link Wray releases — 1971’s Mordicai Jones, 1972’s Be What You Want To, and 1973’s Beans and Fatback — the label is opening up the iconic guitarist’s music beyond just the swampy instrumentals Wray recorded with the Ray Men in the ‘60s.

Source: modern-vinyl.com/2017/09/19/review-roundup-tidal-waves-musics-link-wray-reissues/