We invited Pizza Boy to come into the studio and give us a live rendition of his already lively tracks. We ended up in a state of jaw dropp-ed-ness after this fantastic performance. Watch his set and interview below:
By: Ellen Sherman Beers were being poured, every beat was at full blast and the melodic sounds of happy music lovers were filling the air. The fifth annual Middle of the Map Fest was clearly in full swing. This year Kansas City Culture and Entertainment, also known as INK, teamed up with local indie label […]
In our latest Out Here, Paper Ceilings takes us on a narrative journey full of irony and wit, all in front of the ‘scenic’ Brookside Downtown leasing office.
Hitt Records is Columbia’s only independent, locally-owned record shop. Located at 10 Hitt Street, (above 9th Street Video), the store is home to an amazing selection of non-mainstream music – everything from underground rap, electronic, experimental, ambient, drone, metal, to more popular new releases. Each week, the Hitt Records staff will choose an album from their selection – […]
By: Elorm Nutakor I had a realization recently while listening to Wale’s The Album About Nothing. I’d listened to the album’s 14 tracks a few times through, but felt like something was off about it. In this case, my gripe was about the way the songs were arranged. Before I started considering how I would have arranged it, […]
By: Emily Holtzman Sky Rogers is a solo artist from St. Louis who performs under the name Sky. I’d seen Sky play a few times around Columbia, and was always impressed with the presence he had on stage. I met his partner, Molly, through the MU Vagina Monologues, and after hearing about their dreams to […]
By: Tommy Walzer Over the past several years, Death Grips haven’t failed to awe me with their music. Now, before reading this review I ask you to excuse the super fan in me, as I feel I’m channeling my inner Fantano with my take on their latest work, the double album The Powers That B. […]
Charm ensues as we catch up with Juan Wauters after his March 23rd performance at Cafe Berlin. Watch below:
Chicago born/LA based rapper, Bk Bambino, came out to Columbia to open for Rae Sremmurd and stopped by KCOU to give us a little taste of his live talents. Watch until the end for an exclusive interview in the KCOU library.
By: Elorm Nutakor The 2015 album releases are in full swing and it’s practically overwhelming. Making time for repeated listens to your favorite artists’ projects is becoming almost impossible. Doing so, however is of the upmost importance as it allows a person to really grasp the artists’ message. As for the time constraints that plague us all, I […]