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May album releases

(above: The Doo-Dads)

 ...and if you have more releases we need to know about, email us here.

The Brannock Device: Into the Witness Chamber, 5.15.12

Antennas Up: The Awkward Phase, 5.15.12

The Doo-Dads: Yeah! Yeah! Yeah!, 5.11.12

The Rumblejetts: Motor Honey, 5.9.12

Jason Vivone and the Billy Bats: Lather Rinse Repeat, 5.4.12

Dr. Wizard: Dr. Wizard, 5.4.12

 Genessee: Genessee, 5.4.12 

 





In Back of a Black Car, "Lips"

 In Back of a Black Car has released its newest song, "Lips," and it's available on CDBaby. This sexy, dancey new wave track comes from a band with former members of Lovers in Transit, Five Star Crush, and Monta At Odds.

 

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New KC music videos from The Atlantic & The Sexy Accident

 Check out "Aftermath," the music video from The Atlantic

Gigs they have coming up: Angels Rock Bar 6/13, Jackpot (Lawrence) with My Brother the Vulture 6/15, The Granada (Lawrence) with The Rocket Summer 7/6, and Club 906 (Liberty) 8/18.

 

 

And "What We'd Do" by The Sexy Accident, directed by Zac Eubank. 

Upcoming gigs: recordBar with Dolls on Fire 6/2, The Brick with The B'Dinas 6/22.

 

 

Let us know if you have any music videos available you want to share.

 

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May 2012
The Quivers
"The Quivers EP
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mp3

"The Quivers are foul. The Quivers are terrible people. The Quivers killed my dog, had me arrested, foreclosed on my trailer and put the milk carton back in the fridge when there was only a few drops left."

But in reality, the debut EP from The Quivers is a delight to the ears. Fronted by Terra Peal, the four-piece group is a powerful force of rock 'n' roll mixed with an old-school Motown sensibility. The group is propelled by Peal's strong stage presence and Tina Turner-esque vocals, but its staying power comes from having a tight musical backbone. Abraham Haddad's guitar riffs come second nature to him much of the time, while Todd Grantham channels old Motown sounds on the keys. With a solid and sometimes jazzy backbeat, Bernard Dugan sets the foundation of the music.

The stand-out track on this album is "Shake Me," a song that showcases Peal at her best: with a raw, melodic voice and a brazen boldness. She plows through the song with a purpose, and an enhanced strength from driving rhythm and a wailing axe. And every song on this quick 4-track album does just that. And that's why we like it.

 

May 2012
The Quivers
"The Quivers EP
"
mp3

"The Quivers are foul. The Quivers are terrible people. The Quivers killed my dog, had me arrested, foreclosed on my trailer and put the milk carton back in the fridge when there was only a few drops left."

But in reality, the debut EP from The Quivers is a delight to the ears. Fronted by Terra Peal, the four-piece group is a powerful force of rock 'n' roll mixed with an old-school Motown sensibility. The group is propelled by Peal's strong stage presence and Tina Turner-esque vocals, but its staying power comes from having a tight musical backbone. Abraham Haddad's guitar riffs come second nature to him much of the time, while Todd Grantham channels old Motown sounds on the keys. With a solid and sometimes jazzy backbeat, Bernard Dugan sets the foundation of the music.

The stand-out track on this album is "Shake Me," a song that showcases Peal at her best: with a raw, melodic voice and a brazen boldness. She plows through the song with a purpose, and an enhanced strength from driving rhythm and a wailing axe. And every song on this quick 4-track album does just that. And that's why we like it.

 

 

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