#678 – April 19, 2017 Playlist

Wednesday MidDay Medley
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Produced and Hosted by Mark Manning

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Music From Record Store Day
+ Barry Lee & An Evening With The Music of The Beatles
+ Aaron Rhodes of Shuttlecock Magazine

10:00

1. “Main Title Instrumental – It’s Showtime Folks”
from: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack to All That Jazz / 1980 [WMM’s theme song]

2. Wire – “Short Elevated Period”
from: Silver | Lead / Pinkflag / March 31, 2017
[1st single from tWire’s 16th studio album that coincides with the 40th anniversary of theirs first gig as a four-piece band on April 1, 1977 at The Roxy in London. Wire is an acclaimed British post-punk band that was formed in London in October of 1976 by Colin Newman on vocals & guitar, Graham Lewis on bass & vocals, Bruce Gilbert on guitar and Robert Grey on drums. For this record Matt Simms plays electric guitar, lap steel, modular synth replacing Bruce Gilbert who left the band in 2004.]

of Montreal

3. of Montreal – “Stag to the Stable”
from: Rune Husk – EP / Sybaritic Peer / January 13, 2017
[10th EP from the Athens Georgia based band that has also release 14 full length albums, six compilations, and 28 singles. of Montreal was founded for frontman Kevin Barnes in 1996, named after a failed romance between Barnes and a woman “of Montreal.”]

[of Montreal plays recordBar, Friday, April 21, 2017]

4. Hermon Mehari– “Cold (Feat. Kevin Johnson”
from: Bleu / Unlabeled Publishing / March 17, 2017
[Debut solo release from Kansas City based jazz trumpeter. Hermon Mehari featuring
Logan Richardson on saxophone, Aaron Parks on piano, Peter Schlamb on vibraphone, Rick Rosato on bass, Ryan J. Lee on drums, and a guest appearance by Kevin M. Johnson on vocals. Hermon Mehari grew up in Jefferson City, Missouri, home of Lincoln University. He is a 2010 graduate of the University of Missouri – Kansas City Music Conservatory. In 2015 he finished first, at the prestigious Carmine Carusa International Jazz Trumpet Competition at Sam Houston State University in Huntsville Texas. Hermon was a semifinalist in the 2014 Thelonious Monk Jazz Competition. In 2014 he released the CD “Our Journey” with Diverse, which was recorded in Paris featuring Logan Richardson on alto saxophone. Hermon was also the winner of the 2008 National Trumpet Competiton and placed second in the International Trumpet Guild competition in Sydney, Australia. He splits his time between touring and playing all over the world and creative projects in Kansas City. Hermon has collaborated with Cat Mahari on BAM! the Workshop, he is also a founding member of Diverse Jazz, Diverse Trio, and The Buhs. He also plays with Peter Schlamb, Making Movies, John Velghe & the Prodigal Sons. Hermon was featured on the world-renowned saxophonist Bobby Watson’s 2013 release, “Check Cashing Day”. More information at: http://www.hermonmehari.com]

[Hermon Mehari featuring Peter Schlamb play the 1900 Building, at 1900 Shawnee Mission Parkway, in Mission Woods, Kansas, TONIGHT, April 19, at 6:00 pm, to benefit Kansas City JazzLP (that Hermon & Krystle have contributed to) and Record to Rebuild. Tickets at: https://kcjazzlp.eventbrite.com.%5D

Hermon Mehari & Krystle Warren

5. Krystle Warren – “Get A Load”
from: Three The Hardway / Parlour Door Music / expected Spring, 2017
[Last year in Krystle Warren premiered this song and her other new songs from this album at the Middle of the Map Fest in a packed room at Californos in Westport and later at The Polsky Theatre for the Performing arts Series of Johnsons County Community College. For this record Krystle decided to play every instrument and do all of the vocals and back up vocals. Krystle was on the show several times last year where she shared the inspirations for this record, early gospel recordings, that crossed over into Jazz fro Pharoah Sanders, Edwin Hawkins, The Swan Silvertones and more. Krystle Warren is originally from Kansas City. Krystle learned to play the guitar by listening to The Beatles albums Rubber Soul and Revolver. Krystle Warren graduated from Paseo Arts Academy in 2001 and began her musical career in Kansas City and collaborating with local jazz and pop musicians. After living in San Francisco and New York City, Krystle was signed to a French recording label, Because Music, and moved to Paris and released her album “Circles” in 2009. Krystle played numerous French and British television programs, including Later with Jools Holland, garnering critical acclaim and traveling all over the world, touring with Rufus Wainwright, Nick Cave, Norah Jones, and Joan As Police Woman. Krystle created, Parlour Door Music, to release “Love Songs: A Time you May Embrace” a recording from a 13 day session in Brooklyn, where she recorded 24 songs live with 28 musicians including her band, The Faculty, alongside choirs, horn and string sections.]

[Krystal Warren plays the 1900 Building, at 1900 Shawnee Mission Parkway, in Mission Woods, Kansas, TONIGHT, April 19, at 6:00 pm, with Brad Cox, Jeff Harshbarger, Brad Williams, Mike Stover, Calvin Arsenia, Mark Southerland, Matt Hopper, Nick Howell, and Eddie Moore, to benefit Kansas City JazzLP (that both Hermon and Krystle have contributed to) and Record to Rebuild. Tickets at: https://kcjazzlp.eventbrite.com.%5D

10:15 – Underwriting

10:17 – Area Bands Playing In-stores on Record Store Day, April 22

6. The Conquerors – “Telling You (It’s Alright)”
from: Wyld Time / High Dive Records / August 26, 2016
[First full length album from Kansas City based Rock & Roll band. Rory Cameron on guitar & vocals, Vince Lawhon on guitar & vocals, Jim Button on drums, Jake Cardwell on percussion, Quentin Schmidt on bass & vocals. All songs written by Rory Cameron, performed by The Conquerors. Recorded and mixed by Vincent Lawhon with additional help from Adam McGill at Element Recording Studios. Mastered by Mike Nolte at Eureka Mastering in Portland, Oregon. More info at: http://theeconquerors.bandcamp.com%5D

[The Conquerors play Mills Record Store on Saturday, April 22, for Record Store Day, for a High Dive Records Showcase withFullbloods, The Whiffs, and Bummer.]

Monta At Odds

7. Monta at Odds featuring Your Friend – “Transmission from Cobby Base”
from: Fairgrounds Vol. 2 / Haymaker Records / February 29, 2016
[Monta At Odds is one of the recording projects of brothers Dedric Moore and Delaney Moore, based in Kansas City, Kansas. Their music is released through Upstairs Recordings nd Haymaker Records.]

[Monta At Odds play Josey Records, at 1814 Oak Street, on Saturday, April 22, at 6:45 pm, for Record Store Day with The Bad ideas, The Whiffs, Faultfinder and more.]

8. Amy Marcus – “I Want More For My Daughters”
from: I Want More For My Daughters – Single / Independent / January 24, 2017
[Singer songwriter Amy Marcus was born and raised in Kansas City. She has been writng song since she was a child and last May 2016 she released her debut 5-song EP Brave with Kansas City based Serve Productions. Yesterday she released a new single that was produced by musician Zach Balch at his studios in Dallas. The new song is called here in KC and is hoping to get started on recording a full length album this Spring with Zach Balch, who recorded and produced “I Want More For My Daughters.” Amy writes music to bring her honest lyrics to life. Amy Marcus studied photography at the Kansas City Art Institute. She is a mother of three and works as a professional photographer and personal chef. Amy is currently making preparations to start recording a full length album this Spring with musical friend, Zach Balch..]

[Amy Marcus plays Californos in Westport, TONIGHT, April 19, with Margo May, and the Mailboxes.]

9. Beatles Tribute Band – “Don’t Let Me Down”
from: Unreleased rehearsal recording / Independent / April 15, 2017
[Dave Tanner bass, vocals (Liverpool, The Depth and the Whisper, The Oldfield Victory); Paul Lemon, percussion (Potters Field); Pat Tomek, drums (The Rainmakers, Deco Auto); Todd Grantham, keyboards, vocals (The Quivers); Darrell Lea, guitar, vocals (Fortnight, solo artist); Mike Penner, guitar, vocals (Broken Arrows)]

10:32 – Interview with Barry Lee

Barry Lee is host and producer of 90.1 FM’s Signal To Noise, heard Friday nights at 9:00 pm. Barry Lee joins us to share the details about, An Evening With The Music of the Beatles, Friday, April 21, at 8:00 pm, at Knuckleheads Saloon, 2715 Rochester, KCMO.

This benefit for 90.1 FM featuring Fast Johnny Ricker and his band starting things off, followed by a supergroup of area musicians from the bands: Liverpool, The Rainmakers, Broken Arrows, Potters Field, The Quivers, and Fortnight all playing Beatles songs “the way they should be played.” Go to http://www.kkfi.org for more information.

Dave Tanner bass, vocals (Liverpool, The Depth and the Whisper, The Oldfield Victory);

Paul Lemon, percussion (Potters Field);

Pat Tomek, drums (The Rainmakers, Deco Auto);

Todd Grantham, keyboards, vocals (The Quivers);

Darrell Lea, guitar, vocals (Fortnight, solo artist);

Mike Penner, guitar, vocals (Broken Arrows)

An Evening With The Music of the Beatles, Friday, April 21, at 8:00 pm, at Knuckleheads Saloon, 2715 Rochester, KCMO. This benefit for 90.1 FM. Go to http://www.kkfi.org for more information.

10:50

10. Beatles Tribute Band – “I’m Down”
from: Unreleased rehearsal recording / Independent / April 15, 2017
[Dave Tanner bass, vocals (Liverpool, The Depth and the Whisper, The Oldfield Victory); Paul Lemon, percussion (Potters Field); Pat Tomek, drums (The Rainmakers, Deco Auto); Todd Grantham, keyboards, vocals (The Quivers); Darrell Lea, guitar, vocals (Fortnight, solo artist); Mike Penner, guitar, vocals (Broken Arrows)]

[An Evening With The Music of the Beatles, Friday, April 21, at 8:00 pm, at Knuckleheads Saloon, 2715 Rochester, KCMO. This benefit for 90.1 FM. Go to http://www.kkfi.org for more information.]

10:54 – Area bands playing in-stores on Record Store Day, April 22

11. sweatpantsdaze – “Caveman”
from: The Gothic Sarcophagus / sweatpantsdaze / March 20, 2017
[Recorded between January and March of 2017. All songs written, arranged, & recorded by sweatpantsdaze. sweatpantsdaze is: Tim on guitars, drums, effects, & vocals; and Kristin on keyboards & vocals.]

[Sweatpantsdaze play Records With Merritt, at 1614 Westport Road, on Saturday, April 22, for Record Store Day with Kate Rose, Jenna & Martin, Eggs On Mars, Karen Baum, Abigail Faith, Luther Vincent, and Brody Alan.]

Wick & The Tricks

12. Wick & The Tricks – “Brooklyn Queens”
from: TRIGGER WARNING [EP] / Wick & The Tricks / July 27, 2016
[3rd release from the KC based punk-glam-queercore-riot grrrl-trash rock, 4-member band fronted by librarian & activist Wick Thomas aka Wick Trick, with JoJo Tornado on drums, Jane Asylum on bass & vocals, and Chris Stallion on guitar. Wick & The Tricks were formed on Halloween night at a drunken basement punk show in Kansas City. from their facebook page: “The Tricks have become infamous for their energetic live performances, combining the spirit of bands like the Cramps and the New York Dolls with a faster, harder sound. Carrying the torch of the riot grrrls and early queercore bands with some not-so-subtle nods to Joan Jett, Wick & The Tricks are a band with a mission (but hopes you’re having way too much fun to notice).”]

[Wick & The Tricks play Revolution Records, at, 1830 Locust Street, KCMO, on Saturday, April 22, for Record Store Day with Bad Girls and Instant Karma.]

[Wick & The Tricks play Middle of The Map Fest, Thurs, May 4, at 11:00 PM at The Westport Saloon.]

11:00 – Station ID

11:00 – Guest Producer with Aaron Rhodes

Aaron Rhodes is a busy guy, he is the former Editor-in-chief at The Campus Ledger, the student newspaper for Johnson County Community College. He recently started writing for The Pitch Kansas City. And, Aaron Rhodes is the owner and Editor-in-chief, of Shuttlecock Music Magazine, that he launched in 2015, to feature in-depth coverage of new and VERY emerging music from Kansas City and the surrounding areas.

Aaron joins us as our special “Guest Producer” for our second hour, to share music from artists playing the Eight One Sixty X Shuttlecock: MOTM Fest Local Hip-Hop Showcase, Saturday, May 6, starting at 2:00 PM, at The Tank Room, 1813 Grand Blvd, for this year’s Middle of the Map Fest. Aaron will spin tracks from Aaron Alexander, Dev3n, Sahvannes, Dom Chronicles, Squibs, Ebony Tusks, Heartfelt Anarchy, Kemet The Phantom, and False Brother.

Aaron Rhodes grew up in Olathe, Kansas (born January 5, 1997) went school at Olathe East High and studied journalism at Johnson County Community College, and has been going to see live shows for nearly 7 or 8 years now.

The website features concert reviews, photo galleries, interviews, streams of new releases, and updates on the 816 Music Break podcast.

@ShuttlecockMag on Twitter and Instagram
Facebook.com/ShuttlecockMag
http://www.shuttlecockmusic.com

13. Aaron Alexander- “Sometimes”
from: “Sometimes” – Single /Ignart art / 2017
[Kansas City Kansas based, Aaron Alexander (22 years old) is an uprising lyricist that has been gaining attention through his mature blend of distinct influences. Aaron’s sound is a sum of his idols Basquiat and Erykah Badu, the visceral torque of lyricism, and a disruptive flow of jazz-centric beats. Aaron builds his bars layer by layer, painting the new sound of Hip Hop.]

[Aaron Alexander plays the Eight One Sixty X Shuttlecock: MOTM Fest Local Hip-Hop Showcase, Saturday, May 6, starting at 2:00 PM, at The Tank Room, 1813 Grand Blvd, for this year’s Middle of the Map Fest.]

14. Dev3n – “Omni”
from: “EPHNY” / Dev3n / 2017)

[Dev3n plays the Eight One Sixty X Shuttlecock: MOTM Fest Local Hip-Hop Showcase, Saturday, May 6, starting at 2:00 PM, at The Tank Room, 1813 Grand Blvd, for this year’s Middle of the Map Fest.]

Sahvannes

15. Sahvannes – “Jean Michel”
from: “Jean Michel” – Single / Sahvannes / 2017

[Sahvannes plays the Eight One Sixty X Shuttlecock: MOTM Fest Local Hip-Hop Showcase, Saturday, May 6, starting at 2:00 PM, at The Tank Room, 1813 Grand Blvd, for Middle of the Map Fest.]

16. Dom Chronicles – “ZZZs”
from: Reality Makers / Indyground Entertainment / March 29, 2016

[Dom Chronicles plays the Eight One Sixty X Shuttlecock: MOTM Fest Local Hip-Hop Showcase, Saturday, May 6, at 2:00 PM, at The Tank Room, 1813 Grand Blvd, for Middle of the Map Fest.]

17. Squibs – Flux (ft. Domineko & Dev3n)
from: Flux (ft. Domineko & Dev3n) – Single / Squibs / 2016

[Squibs plays the Eight One Sixty X Shuttlecock: MOTM Fest Local Hip-Hop Showcase, Saturday, May 6, starting at 2:00 PM, at The Tank Room, 1813 Grand Blvd, for this year’s Middle of the Map Fest.]

18. Ebony Tusks – “Everybody Run”
from: “Midas [EP] / Team Bear Club / 2011

[Ebony Tusks plays the Eight One Sixty X Shuttlecock: MOTM Fest Local Hip-Hop Showcase, Saturday, May 6, at The Tank Room, 1813 Grand Blvd, for tMiddle of the Map Fest.]

19. Heartfelt Anarchy – “Teleport Through the Middle (ft. Rory Cameron)
from: Heartfelt Anarchy / Heartfelt Anarchy / 2013

[Heartfelt Anarchy play the Eight One Sixty X Shuttlecock: MOTM Fest Local Hip-Hop Showcase, Saturday, May 6, at The Tank Room, 1813 Grand Blvd, for Middle of the Map Fest.]

11:46 – Underwriting

20. Kemet the Phantom – “Knock Knock”
from: Lexus Nexus / Center of Attention / April 12, 2017
[Produced, mixed and mastered by Kemet the Phantom who wrote about this recording, “Two years ago my uncle was turned up missing from his home in Chicago. My family would have never believed the news we received on April 11, 2017, the day before his birthday. We were informed that his DNA matched that of a body that was found shortly after he was reported missing. This is my attempt to grapple with the reality that I will never see my beloved and genius uncle again. Released just a month after the release of, The Invisible Man. Kemet The Phantom’s other full length release on Center of Attention Records. Kemet Coleman is Kemet the Phantom, a Kansas City based musicians who calls himself a rap Artist, actor, and Urbanist. Kemet is a member of the Hip-Hop duo COA (Center of Attention) and is the lead singer of the 8-member Funk/Rap/Soul band The Phantastics. Kemet, shines as a complete showman embracing a James Brown-esque persona via syncopated vocals, rhythmic dance moves and dapper costume style. Kemet the Phantom is a two time Pitch Music Award nominee for “Best Hip-Hop Act.” Kemet created the first ever Kansas City mayoral candidate rap song for the Sly James for Mayor campaign in 2010. A University of Missouri – Kansas City alumnus, Kemet, created “Gold and Blue” for UMKC’s sports teams, which has garnered thousands of plays on YouTube and has been featured on prime-time television commercials for the university. More information at: http://www.kemetthephantom.com.]

[The Phantastics play Middle of The Map Fest, Thursday, May 4, at 11:00 pm at Riot Room Patio.]

[Kemet The Phantom plays Middle of The Map Fest, Saturday, May 6, at 8:00 in The Tank Room.]

21. False Brother – “Police Gun”
from: SELF TITLED TAPE / Data Decay / Sepetember 28, 2016
[Four piece post punk band based in Kansas City. The band includes: Esteban. Ian, Denny, and Deets. More information at: http://www.falsebrother.bandcamp.com/%5D

[False Brother play Middle of The Map Fest, Saturday, May 6, at 4:00 pm at Josey Records.]

22. Noel Coward – “The Party’s Over Now”
from: Noel Coward in New York / drg / 2003 [orig. 1957]
[WMM Closing Theme]

Next week, on April 26, IVØRY BLACK joins us live in our 90.1 FM Studios, and in our second hour Spencer Brown, who many know as the famous Drag Queen Daisy Buckett, joins us. Spencer travels all over the globe as one fourth of the famous a cappella quartet, The Kinsey Sicks, who bill themselves as “America’s Favorite Dragapella Beautyshop Quartet.” The Kinsey Sicks will perform their new show, “Things You Shouldn’t Say” Kansas City, Friday, April 28, at 8:00 pm, at The Arts Asylum, 1000 E. 9th Street, KCMO.

Our Script/Playlist is a cut and paste of information.
Sources for notes: artist’s websites, bios, wikipedia.org

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