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Numero Pop Up at miniBar

This Saturday will be a very special day at miniBar. Numero Group, one of our favorite labels (seriously, they have their own section in the store), will set up a pop up shop at the bar and venue–offering deep discounts, exclusive releases, and special guest appearances. For those who don’t know, Numero Group is a […]


Four Local Songs for The Fourth of July

The Fourth of July is here. Whether you celebrate today by watching Independence Day, grilling, blowing up everything in sight, or some combination of all those three, there’s always the question of what to listen to. Have no fear! I have four songs to bump between rocket reports that not only will make the party […]

Ork Records: New York, New York

Ork Records: New York, New York

Discerning music lover, if you long for curation and worry that Spotify might kill enthusiasm for music, please look into the Numero Group. It is a label that regularly focuses on a single scene for each release, compiling an absurd number of songs and thorough liner notes to give context to local movements. Its latest […]


10/30/15 New Releases at Mills Record Company

Amy – OST CD Ata Kak – Adagaya (Limited edition 12″ single) 12″ Azealia Banks – Broke With Expensive Taste (gatefold packaging) LP Babes – Untitled (Five Tears) (Die-Cut Cover) LP Battalion of Saints – Darkness Bombs 7″ Beach Slang – The Things We Do To Find People Who Feel Like Us (180g purple vinyl, […]


Edge of Daybreak Is Released on Numero Group

Listening to The Numero Group‘s upcoming release, Eyes of Love by Edge of Daybreak, is like a hearing compilation of all the best musical moments from Marvin Gaye to Barry White, from Boscoe to Kansas City’s own Shades of Jade. The album captures both the energy and tones of the late 70s while keeping a […]


Numero Group Rereleases Boscoe’s Funk

Numero Group always finds something interesting to bring back from the dead. Whether it’s dusting off a never-before-released album of the St. Joseph based psych-band White Eyes or compiling forgotten artists in Kosmic City, Numero Group never has a dull release. Boscoe’s Boscoe is no different. The early 70s afro-funk band makes the type of […]


White Eyes Released on Numero Group

As I’ve written before, Numero Group (in conjunction with Cavern Sounds) is doing some wonderful things to bring the rich recording history of Kansas City back to the forefront of the music scene. Numero Group is a record label that works to archive lost recordings, and their latest release is from the St. Joseph band […]

Record Store Day 2015 @Mills Record Store.

Record Store Day Preview Part 6: Kosmic City

Cavern Sound was a premiere recording studio in the late 60s and early 70s. The Independence based studio was situated in the caves of Pixley Quarry. The solid rock provided an excellent space to capture sound–from the classic twang of Midwestern country, to the earliest iterations of psych pop, to James Brown‘s early 70s recordings. […]