Release Date: 1/25/2019

Format: Digital

Label: Crush Grove Records

Location: Louisville, Kentucky

Current Lineup:

  • Kirsten Peckham
  • Additional Musicians:
  • Greg Moore
  • Jared Coyle
  • Greg Simpson
  • Elliot Denning             

Favorite Tracks: Black Lung

Sounds Like: Neko Case, Imelda May, Patsy Cline, The Jazz Spiders, 86-B and Billie Holiday


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Louisville’s Kirsten Peckman is set to release her brand new ep called, “KP Time” on January 25, 2019 via Crush Grove Records. FYI – Skabones birthday is the 24th so if you want to send me a gift. Please do! Haha. The days of Bandcamp, Reverb and Soundcloud are among us. There’s so much music out there. Plus there’s also some realy, really bad rappers. It’s not often you may stumble upon some purely unique.

Peckman’s new single from KP Time!, ‘Black Lung’ is a song that deserves some special attention. The memories are dreamy. The hooks enticing and lyrics catching. Peckman’s vocals are beautiful, hopeful, yet in some ways a bit haunting. There’s something in her voice that just makes you want to hear more. So check out the preview below and make sure to hit this preorder link, https://crushgroverecords.bandcamp.com/album/kp-time .

Tracks: Black Lung

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Denver Punker Brian Braukoff released Junkie Lullabies back  in March 2017 on  Prophecy Records. We love reviewing our local artists as it helps us better understand the city we live in. It also helps us understand why so many have come to call Denver home! On any given night of the week you can find a kick ass local show. My suggestion today is, GO see 86-B!

1. My Jacket – My favorite song on the record by far. It’s about holding onto something that means something to you. I lost my leather jacket years ago. Not only did I lose that jacket, but probably some of the memories that went with it. My favorite patch was from a ripped Damned tee. Also the buttons I lost given to me by locals trying to get their name out like Foreskin 500, Fourth Yeer Freshman ,  etc. Overall this song hits home.

2.  2 Years- A somber tune, with nice laid back riffs, and intro.

3. And You Think Your Life Is On The Fritz- My favorite song from the record.  I  really enjoy the piano in this song and the lyrics.

 

4. Bottle Of Pills – This song is sad as it speaks of struggling with addiction,. welll written, and melodic.

5. Junkie Lullaby- This song really made me think of how hard it would be to struggle with addiction. Always looking for that last fix.

6. My Shitty Jiffy- I love Braukoff’s voice on this track. The guitar riff fits perfectly with the melody.

7.  Apathy- I really enjoyed the ukulele in this song. It also brought back some memories I had felt the need to bury. Memories when there was no rent to pay and hangovers slim they were good. Somehow the rat race made me forget what it was to dream. Overall I really enjoyed this album and cannot wait to see 86-B perform. here in Denver.  You can catch 86-B here on Facebook, https://www.facebook.com/Im86B/
Be sure to download his tunes from most major providers, Google Play and I-tunes