Bloxx Bloxx, an alt rock/indie pop band from Uxbeidge, UK, warmed up the stage at the Truman on June 21. You could sense their excitement as they took the stage. Ophelia rocked one of Hembree’s shirts as she played. Good vibes radiated from the stage to the crowd; it was clear they enjoyed playing with each other. The crowd was moving to music. Ophelia has a beautiful voice; they sound even better live then recorded. Warbly Jets The bass shook through the crowd as the Warbly
Mosie (Boston, MA) preformed a set at The Truman with rugged sounding hip hop and smooth guitar synths that had the crowd hyped. The band was feeding of each other's energy. Cherub (Nashville, TN) at The Truman with mad energy that rilled up the crowd! The crowd was chanting to Cherub and Cherub incorporated the chant into the next song. At one point there was a disruption in the crowd and Cherub stopped their set to give a speech and said that if the fighting didn't stop t
As you approached The Truman there was a line wrapped around the building. In the chilly night, you passed concertgoers mingling with one another and hyped to enter the venue. Hippo Campus had a sold out af show that night and the attendees were ready. Originating from Minnesota, Hippo Campus and The Now, Now performed an unforgettable night. How Kansas City took in these artists was a heart warming experience. The Now, Now had such great chemistry with one another and drawi
DJ Thundercutz DJ Thundercutz got started building up the energy in the room for Me Like Bees and Madisen Ward and the Mama Bear with groovy folk rock beats. Me Like Bees The energy for Me Like Bees started off as a slow burn, but they know how to bring the heat. There is no gasoline needed to get the fire going. With each song the crowd’s energy grow as they sang and danced along to a power packed set list. When Me Like Bees played Lana Del Ray’s Blue Jeans in an epic fash
For a first Friday, spending the night with Slywave was full of ecstatic energy. Attendees, strangers, gathering in groups, becoming friends and dancing the night away. The emotion presented by the artists left the crowd begging for more. The night of 11/02 will not be easily forgotten. The passion and love will be implemented in memories forever. As doors open, people flood in getting as close as they could to the stage. The show was insanely sold out and the audience was br
Helmet and Prong got together for a epic tour de force making a stop in Kansas City at The Truman. This line up couldn’t be more perfect; both of these bands were huge in the late 80s/early 90s with their post-punk/artrock in NYC. These two bands are still putting out albums and putting on fantastic live shows. This show ended the week with a banger making the Monday grind just a little easy to stomach. There was no time wasted warming up the stage; Prong came in ready to g
Diarrhea Planet is on tour right now with The Darkness. On April 8 Diarrhea Planet and The Darkness took over The Truman for a night of rock! It may have been a Sunday night, but that didn't stop anyone from going all out. Diarrhea Planet may have been the opening band, but their energy and excitement level was epic. People were there to see the opener as much as The Darkness. There was a wild playfulness about their performance. Each song was full of epic guitar riffs a
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