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KCDIYYODA Half-Season Watch Party

Kansas City Do It Yourself: You Only Die Alone (www.facebook.com/kcdiyyoda) (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6dththZg7ik) is going to host a big screening/watch party to celebrate our half season point. Come watch episodes1-6, chat with the creators, test your knowledge of the episodes for prizes and surprizes, watch cool bands play and drink delicious themed drinks based on our themed […]

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Record Store Day 2016

To us, Record Store Day is all about celebrating the Community that’s supported this little local shop, so this year we’re throwing our biggest party yet. We’ll have in-store specials, ticket giveaways, promo prices, exclusive Record Store Day releases, coffee from Oddly Correct, and donuts from Hana’s Donuts, and much more. We’ll also have 20+ bands playing in our […]

1/29/2016 New Releases at Mills Record Company

A Day To Remember — Common Courtesy (limited edition, shark bite gate fold, translucent blue vinyl with red splatter) Alessia Cara — Know-It-All (special pink vinyl) Atrak — We All Fall Down 7″ (limited edition of 500, clear vinyl) Babyface — Return of the Tender Lover Basement — Promise Everything Benji Hughes — Songs in […]

Train From Kansas City: Ghost Mice @ The Buffalo Room 6/3/15

When I heard Ghost Mice were playing The Wesport Flea Market, I assumed there was some sort of mix up, and were probably playing The Westport Saloon or some other Westport dive more commonly associated with DIY acoustic shows. Shame on me; The Buffalo Room is an all ages venue attached to the eastern most […]

Train From Kansas City: Record Store Day 2015 Photoset

A slew of local talent played the tent in the parking lot outside Mills Record Company last Saturday for Mill’s second annual block party bash for National Record Store Day. Here are some photographic highlights, enjoy-   FSTOPSANDKHOLES.blogspot.com

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Train From Kansas City: The Fog/ Scammers @ Record Bar 1/21/15

The first time I heard Ian Teeple play music was a couple years ago in some basement. His band Yuckratz was playing something I’m very familiar with- Mid 2000′s Emo/Post Hardcore (with a strong leaning towards the Post Hardcore end of that spectrum). Some of their songs would have a Cursive part (nice), then an […]