Michael Brummett is a student entrepreneur and director of the #OneDayKC startup competition. He reads as many books as he can, likes his coffee black, and takes a few classes at Rockhurst University.
Michael Brummett's Posts
The Map Room, “Hold Me Up To The Sun”
An inspired creative vision like no other.
PONCÉ, “Surrender To the Night”
A duo rockin’ together since the womb.
Stray Monroe, “Take It Fake It”
“Like a punk band on one of their cheerier days.”
The Mute Group, “A E I O U”
Released in conjunction with the vernal equinox.
Demure For Sure, “Party Hardy”
Disturbingly masked in the midst of a panic attack.
Common Miner, “Parade Blue”
Seattle multi-instrumentalist with a post-album followup.
French Vanilla, French Vanilla
Stylistically crazy & a great name for punk.
To You Mom, “Bow To The Limbo”
Heavy in reflection.
Ella Vos, “White Noise”
A commentary on motherhood.
Crown Larks, “Circus Luvv”
Becoming more experimental as it progresses.
Slow Bear, “Fucking Off”
A much needed energization.
Pitchfork Announces 2017 Festival Lineup
A reasonably impressive 2017 lineup.
Frederick The Younger, “Horoscope”
An exploratory progression.
Part 2 of his 2017 calendar project.
Joel Michael Howard, “Lies”
Recording studios, new albums, and math teachers.
Okaidja Afroso, The Palm Wine Sea
A richness of cultural diversity & immense talent.
Roy Rodgers Is Not ‘Contrived Garage Crap’
Born in the desert, alive in the rain.
DogStar Tantra, “Fall to Pieces”
A love/hate letter to humanity.
Jonny P, “Say I Do”
Teasing a new EP & playing 5 showcases at SXSW.