The Kansas City Jazz Orchestra presents a listening party of John Coltrane’s “A Love Supreme”. Hosted by Clint Ashlock KCJO’s Artistic Director / Conductor. Listening starts at 6 pm followed by a discussion lead by Clint.
2016 was a bittersweet year for music. We lost some of our most influential artists, but many bands also released great albums. So many good albums, in fact, that I had more difficulty than usual whittling down my list to ten. I decided to choose albums that may not receive as much coverage in the […]
We celebrate Eddie Moore & The Outer Circle’s new album by enjoying a listening party followed by a live set by the band! https://www.facebook.com/eddiemooreandtheoutercircle/?fref=ts 5PM start time, all ages!
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 […]
Alan Sorrenti — Aria (limited edition translucent green LP) Alex Dezen — California / Iowa (7″) Aries — Adieu or Die Ashley Shadow — Ashley Shadow Audacity — Hyper Vessels (comes with poster) Augustus Pablo — Original Rockers Aurora — All My Demons Greeting Me Like A Friend avoid!avoid — Particle and Wave Back to […]
Anna Homler and Steve Moshier — Breadwoman (first time on vinyl, first cassette of these two artists) Beacon — Escapements (colored vinyl) Beat Connection — Product 3 Be/Non — mystic sunrise / sunset magic (red cassette)65 C Duncan — Architect (Mercury Prize Winner) The Cult — Hidden City (heavyweight, double LP, cut at 45) DIIV […]
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 […]
10) Title Fight Hyperview–not the hardcore emo band you remember. This record shows a more shoegaze version of the band that I keep going back to. 9) Joanna Newsom Divers–Will not convince you if you are not a Joanna fan. But if you are, you’ll love “Divers” for being more concise but equally ethereal. 8) Low Ones and […]
For my final post regarding the Blue Note 75th Anniversary Reissue Series, I want to discuss what is, quite possibly, my favorite jazz album. If not of all time, then certainly my favorite of this series. McCoy Tyner was most famous for playing piano in John Coltrane’s quartet in the early 1960s. After a series […]
Alfred Hitchcock – Music to be Murdered By LP Autre Ne Veut – Age of Transparency (Includes download, includes bonus material, gatefold packaging) LP B. Dolan – Kill the Wolf LP Bassnectar – Into the Sun (Gatefold packaging, includes download, red and white colored vinyl) LP Bixiga 70 – III (Gatefold packaging) LP Blitzen Trapper – […]
With the exception of Medeski Martin & Wood’s Combustication, my previous posts regarding the Blue Note 75th Anniversary Reissue Series have focused on the label’s older records. (Not that Combustication is exactly new; it was released in 1998.) This week, I want to address a couple recent releases. While jazz may have become highbrow and […]
In my last post regarding the Blue Note 75th Anniversary Reissue Series, I suggested starting with Combustication by Medeski Martin & Wood and The Sidewinder by Lee Morgan. Once again, in the spirit of helpfulness, I’d like to suggest a few other albums for you, the discerning listener. I feel that a couple other great, accessible […]