Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Best of 2012: Brock Potucek of Lazy and South Bitch Diet

Posted By on Wed, Dec 26, 2012 at 10:14 AM

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Before ushering in 2013, we asked members of Kansas City's music community to reflect on some of their favorite local moments of 2012. Today: Brock Potucek of Lazy and South Bitch Diet.

Highlights: "FOKL hosting Light Asylum. Total last-minute planning. I contacted them months ago and thought the show wasn't going to happen. They said it was the first DIY show they've played in two years. Great turnout."

"Kaw Collective, another KCK spot. The space had a short run of great touring acts that I booked, like Molly Nilsson from Germany and Frustrations from Detroit. They are getting a new space, so more goodies to come."

"King Tuff and Nu Sensae at Replay Lounge. Two great bands for three bucks. Lazy got to play with King Tuff earlier this summer, and it was cool to meet back up. He is wearing a Peggy Noland 69 jersey daily now."

"The birth of Seed Co. in Lawrence - my buddies who run Whatever Forever Tapes released my South Bitch Diet album and now they book or host art shows and music shows at their space in east Lawrence."

"Babies at Riot Room - Kevin Morby, a Joco native, had a homecoming of his own with this show."

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