Keep up with Jukebox the Ghost here.
March has been mad for more reasons than just basketball, and we’re here to share those reasons with you! Each month, we round up our favorite new song releases in a Spotify soundtrack feature for our fans. Whether you like sad boy music, hip hop, indie, alternative, or a little bit of twang, there is a little bit of something for everyone in this collection. Alycia Lang, New Luna, Kat Saul, Good Fuck… And it’ll just keep growing from here, so check back regularly throughout the remainder of the month for more new gems!
Justin Kibbel is a saint. OK, perhaps that’s stretching it… but only a teensy bit. The man is a well-known music industry player in Madison, WI, works for an incredible new venue, runs his own label, and manages a unique and magical indie pop duo named Seasaw. When (if) he has free time, he tends toward international travel, so he’s got some tricks up his sleeve for us on today’s podcast.
What you can probably glean from all of this as that good people exist, you just have to find them. We are so proud to have worked with Justin in the past, and cannot wait to see what the future holds for This Means War!
Dig into our previous episodes of the podcast any time at imperfectfifth.com/podcast!
On March 12th, Flogging Molly made another incredibly memorable performance on stage at Harrah’s VooDoo Lounge in Kansas City, MO. The room was decked out in pageboy hats, green threads, and so much beer as we rang in the beginning of St. Patrick’s Week with our favorite Irish drinking music.
Keep up with Flogging Molly here.
On Friday, March 8th, Andrew McMahon brought his Upside Down Flowers tour to The Truman in Kansas City, MO. Thrilled to see one of Kansas City’s favorites, we were delighted at the stage decor and gorgeous lighting setup. Per usual, McMahon’s energy was unmatched and really led us into the weekend on a high note.
Keep up with Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness here.