Tag: Kids in the Way

February 27, 2019

March 23, 2018

December 25, 2017

Best of 2017: Graham Wall

1. The Ongoing Concept – Places This is how you make a rock album. Whereas Saloon can be a bit too intense and Handmade a little reserved, Places finds the sweet spot. You can check out my five star review here. Favorite songs: “You Will Go,” “Off the Cuff,” “Domesticated” 2. Theory Hazit – IT’S WHATEVER The Portland, OR emcee and producer released an instrumental album (with the exception of an MF Doom remix album) every month this year.… Continued →

July 6, 2017

April 26, 2017

REVIEW : K I D S - Side A

One of Flicker Records’ most beloved alumni bands have decided to not only get out of the way, but moreover, they have risen from the ashes like a phoenix (with a heartache) after nearly ten years since their last album was released. Never quite having one particular sound but always succeeding in the style they adopted, this band has done emo, punk, post-hardcore, and straight on rock n’ roll. Kids in the Way have become K I D S and Side A shows the band both evolving and maintaining some of their roots.… Continued →

April 17, 2017

November 8, 2016

Kids in the Way (K I D S.) Announce EP Release Dates

After not updating their Facebook page for nearly four years, Kids in the Way (K I D S.) started posting again in April of this year. As it turns out, original members Dave Pelsue, Nathan Hughes, and Austin Cobb have reunited and will be releasing two EPs in 2017. K I D S. announced on October 4th that the first EP will be released in March while the second will be released in October. You can stay up to date with K I D S.… Continued →

May 4, 2012

April 11, 2012