The Classroom Series – Black Luck

At long last, KSDB welcomed Lawrence garage punk group Black Luck to the McCain studios for a Classroom Series set. Longtime friends of 91.9, the quartet played a brisk, hard hitting set before heading to Aggie Central Station for a show hosted by KSDB. The group has released 4 e.p.’s since their inception. They can be heard regularly in KSDB’s local music rotation, and found here:

Set list:

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Butcher’s Block

The Good Fight

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Chastity Belt – Time To Go Home

Chastity Belt“He was just another man, tryn’a teach me something.”

“Drone,” the first track on Time To Go Home, a surprisingly thoughtful record from a band who arose from a frat party in Walla Walla, Washington, or so the legend goes. Chastity Belt’s lead singer Julia Shapiro’s vocal work is distant, echoey, almost dismissive at times, but the messages are all pretty clear. She swoons and strings out these messages over the course of the record in a way that seems almost casual, but the lyrics stroll over very important, complex themes involving the image of a woman’s sexuality, independence, and equality.


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