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."
The group recently recorded a two-song single, featuring "Love's No Place," a track from an upcoming 2013 full-length from Velghe & Co., and "Affection," a cover of a Lost Boys song. Says Velghe:
Says Jenny Jones, Flood Fest coordinator: "The radio station is being developed by a team of people right here in Kansas City. Josh Nelson is one of the heads of the operation. Josh and I are the ones planning the festival together. The radio is an equal-opportunity station and will feature all types of unsigned bands of all genres."
Flood Fest will run from 6 p.m. to 2 a.m. Wednesday, November 21. Venue and band schedule after the jump.
It is a sad day indeed :( After hours upon hours of painstaking pondering, I have come to the conclusion that it is best for my personal situation if I close the shop. This means that the Roctober Spooktacular Sale has become a GOING OUT OF BUSINESS SALE! Please come support us in our last days and help us deplete our massive inventory at Phenomenal Prices! Please, no pity. Just show up and get some great deals as the whole idea behind Earwaxx was to make people happy. Thanks
No word yet on when the last day of business is. I just called out to the shop, and nobody picked up. Will update when I hear more. In the meantime, get your ass out there, buy some records, and at least help them move their inventory before closing things down.
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