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One for all the kids

One for all the kids

Sick/Sea, Abandon Kansas and Travel Guide put on an all ages show at Rock Island Live.

Sick/Sea and Abandon Kansas will headline an all-ages show at Rock Island Live, 101 N. Rock Island, on Thursday, Feb. 20, with Travel Guide leading the way.

Sick/Sea — from McAllen, Texas — is a trio consisting of siblings Audrey and Cameron Scott with friend/bass-player Jonathan Garza.

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Sun and Stone is vibe and groove

Sun and Stone is vibe and groove

Japanese Game Show and Helen Kelter Skelter support on a prime Saturday night show.

Between the synth, bass and electric guitar, Japanese Game Show drummer Eric Price wrangled the band in, maintained their signature tight grooves and exemplified their splashes of fun intended to get fans dancing. Opening, JGS didn't get the whole of the audience moving Saturday, Dec. 6, at Lucky's Everyday, but it certainly perked the ears of those still arriving.

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_fox_ delivers a debut release with ambition

_fox_ delivers a debut release with ambition

Behind a laptop and colorful controllers, Fox (Lance Ponder), controls a musical soundscape laced with synth pads, orchestral melodies and kick heavy drum and bass rhythms. Having been involved in music, specifically saxophone, since an early age, Ponder took quickly to arranging music for the whole sonic scope that the digital age provides a young artist.

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Nobody likes a Knifewound

Nobody likes a Knifewound

Say hello to Wichita's Knifewound, Wichita's most-hated band.

They're also one of the two fastest bands in town. I guess that award should be shared with Knifewound's sister act, Plaguebot, whose membership overlaps almost entirely, and while their modi operandi might be similar, their sounds are unique from one another.

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