It's free to download, and you can do so by going right here.
In addition to shows like this Thursday's free shindig at RecordBar with Making Movies and Sons of Great Dane, Chevy will be presenting short-form documentaries on eight local bands (David Burchfield and the Great Stop, Making Movies, Maps for Travelers, Margo May, Soft Reeds, Sons of Great Dane, the Dead Girls, and the Silver Maggies) at the Chevy Music website; the docs also air late-night on KMBC and KCWE Wednesday through Friday.
Check out a trailer for the film, and a preview of "Shanghair Tango," below.
Hypothetical movie soundtracks and holiday albums are Mouth's thang.
For each holiday album the local jazz-funk band has released over the last three years, it has created a campy soundtrack to a nonexistent film the band wished existed. Campy, jokey, whatever — the eight-track album, Escape From the Moon, is worth a listen. Read more about the release and download the album for free here.
A dreary Wednesday. Midweek hump, slump, all that. Here's something that should help pump up your day. A free download from Kansas City's Dsodean! Head over to the band's bandcamp to snatch "Send a Sign." Dsodean plays RecordBar tomorrow, Thursday, September 15, with Slowdown and Deerpeople. 21-plus. $7. Doors 9 p.m.
Forgot to mention: All-lady quartet the Coathangers will bring their playful, searing punk rock to the RecordBar on August 2. The band's recent Daytrotter session was a fine one. Take a listen. Doors open at 10 p.m. 18-plus. Maren Parusel and Parts of Speech open.
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