5/24

This Legend

Stanley & the Search

$11 | All Ages | 8 pm

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      5/25

      Open Mic

      18 & Over | 8 pm

      Open Mic

      Open Mic is the Bottleneck's earliest contribution to the Lawrence music scene, offering a stage for up-and-coming bands and artists. This long-standing tradition has existed since the conception of this historic and renowned venue, and it continues to this day.

      Open Mic is generally held every Monday; however, it is subject to change due to previously scheduled acts.

      There are usually members of Pipeline Artist Management & Bottleneck Booking in attendance to see whose performing.

      To sign up, please email openmic@thebottlenecklive.com. Please include your Band Name, Genre and number of musicians along with your preferred time slots. These slots are booked on a first come basis, so specific times are not guaranteed.

      9:30- 10:10
      10:30-11:10
      11:30-12:10
      12:30-1:10

      You MAY NOT sign up any sooner than 2 weeks of the date you wish to play. You may not sign up for two consecutive weeks.

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      5/27

      Etana

      Gonzo

      $11 | All Ages | 8 pm

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          5/29

          Mouth

          Wick-It the Instigator
          Andy Frasco
          APLSOZ

          $11 - $13 | All Ages | 8 pm

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          "Kansas City band Mouth combines the elements of guitar, bass and drums to form a delectable musical stew... The band adds the fresh spices of jazz, funk, dance and hip hop to create an eclectic mix." - Ink

          Formed in late 2008 by guitarist Jeremy Anderson, bassist Zach Rizer and drummer Stephen Gunn, Mouth plays original "cyberfunk" music: bass-heavy, deep funk grooves that combine rhythmic elements from funk, house, dubstep and hip hop with the improvisational approach of a jam band.

          Having quickly established a name for themselves in their hometown with their exhilarating live shows, Mouth is now branching out with tour dates and festival performances throughout the Midwest.

          "Fans wanting to pigeonhole Mouth's music, do so at their own risk. The three-piece Kansas City band combines elements of funk, jazz, hip hop, electronica and progressive rock in their unique, dance-friendly instrumental songs." - The Daily Record

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            Andy Frasco

            Andy Frasco, a twenty four year old Party Blues musician hailing from Los Angeles, California, is nothing short of an enigma. In 2011 alone, he was the "New Artist to Watch" at Hatch Fest, European Independent Film Festival, Orion Music Festival and Sundance Film Festival.

            Within the past 4 years alone, Frasco has trekked over 150,000 miles, performed over 1000 shows, and spanned the country at l
            east 12 times. Frasco’s journey, however, is just beginning. This revolutionary is on a mission to alter the music business as we know it.

            Frasco’s a rarity in the music business: one who is an industry “insider” and a talented musician. This unparalleled insight is due, in part, to his days of managing and promoting bands when he was 16 years old. He’s booked bands like HelloGoodbye, and worked with labels and venues such as Drive Thru, Atlantic Records and The Key Club in Hollywood, CA.
            From there, Frasco toured the country with VH1’s Save the Music Foundation, raising money for Music Education in the Public Schools.

            Yet 220 shows in 360 days through 33 states that he personally booked on the Save the Music Tour wasn’t enough for this young prodigy. Frasco headed back to Los Angeles to form his own band and produce his 3rd and current album, Road Life Revival. Currently on tour for Road Life Revival, Frasco continues to prove that he is a dynamic force with which to be reckoned, as listeners marvel at his talent and soulful performances wherever he goes.

            Andy Frasco has jammed with artists such as Leon Russell, Galactic, Jackie Greene, Gary Clark Jr, Jakob Dylan, Butch Walker, The Flobots, Deer Tick, John Mayer and more. Not bad for a 24 year old.
            Within the past 4 years alone, Frasco has trekked over 150,000 miles, performed over 1000 shows, and spanned the country at least 12 times. Frasco’s journey, however, is just beginning. This revolutionary is on a mission to alter the music business as we know it.

            Frasco’s a rarity in the music business: one who is an industry “insider” and a talented musician. This unparalleled insight is due, in part, to his days of managing and promoting bands when he was 16 years old. He’s booked bands like HelloGoodbye, and worked with labels and venues such as Drive Thru, Atlantic Records and The Key Club in Hollywood, CA.
            From there, Frasco toured the country with VH1’s Save the Music Foundation, raising money for Music Education in the Public Schools.

            Yet 220 shows in 360 days through 33 states that he personally booked on the Save the Music Tour wasn’t enough for this young prodigy. Frasco headed back to Los Angeles to form his own band and produce his 3rd and current album, Road Life Revival. Currently on tour for Road Life Revival, Frasco continues to prove that he is a dynamic force with which to be reckoned, as listeners marvel at his talent and soulful performances wherever he goes.

            Andy Frasco has jammed with artists such as Leon Russell, Galactic, Jackie Greene, Gary Clark Jr, Jakob Dylan, Butch Walker, The Flobots, Deer Tick, John Mayer and more. Not bad for a 24 year old.

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            APLSOZ

            Electronic melodic mad man from the matrix, Kansas City based BASS kid Aplsoz has been bursting through boundaries in the future bass music culture by combining styles of sonic force known by the likes of Bassnectar and Ill gates with melodic high energy movements that can slow down and get sexy on the drop of a dime. This ultra-captivating style has led Aplsoz to share stages with Liquid stranger, Dirt Monkey, Jantsen, Koan Sound, Marvel Years, Illenium, Minnesota, and many more. Always rockin' fully original sets, Aplsoz is on the come-up with a fully encompassing and immersive style of fresh bass beats.

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            5/30

            The Steel Wheels

            $14 - $16 | All Ages | 8 pm

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            The Steel Wheels

            The Steel Wheels have captured audiences across the country with their heady brew of original soulful mountain music and their deep commitment to roots and community. Based in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia, this dynamic four-piece string band marries old-time musical traditions with their own innovative sound and lifestyle, generating a truly magnetic revival.

            The Steel Wheels is an amalgamation of hard work and easy rapport. The band is renowned for their raw energy and chemistry on stage, where they often cluster tightly around a single microphone to adorn Trent Wagler’s unmistakable tenor with bell-clear four-part harmonies inspired by their shared Mennonite heritage. Add to this Eric Brubaker’s lively and evocative fiddle, Brian Dickel’s grounded yet buoyant upright bass, and Jay Lapp’s signature mandolin style, and it’s no surprise that The Steel Wheels have enthralled the contemporary Americana scene.

            Their breakout album, Red Wing, garnered critical praise and enjoyed tremendous success on the radio. It spent 13 weeks on the Americana Music Association’s Top 40 Chart, where it reached the number 15 slot, and cracked the Euro Americana Chart top 10. Red Wing ranked 70th out of the top 100 Americana albums of 2010 and second out of all independent releases (Americana Music Association). The Steel Wheels were nominated for five Independent Music Awards in 2010, with “Nothing You Can’t Lose” taking top honors as Best Country Song. The Steel Wheels continue to take the Americana scene by storm with their latest album, Lay Down, Lay Low, which lingered for 10 weeks on the AMA’s Top 40 Chart. NPR named “Rain in the Valley” their Song of the Day, marveling that the “heavy hymn […] is sparse and dense all at once.” Already celebrated as the darlings of Merlefest 2012, the band looks forward to further accolades during a phenomenal festival line-up.

            As the band thrives, so do their partnerships with local businesses, artisans, and charitable organizations. The values portrayed in their music—devotion to roots, community, and family—are a way of life for The Steel Wheels, and this is reflected in everything from production process and booking agency to merchandise and touring. For the past three years, they have performed an annual SpokeSongs bicycle music tour, during which band members tow their instruments, equipment, and merchandise from one gig to another via bicycle and blog about their adventures. Last year’s tour spanned 11 days, 550 miles, and 10 shows. This year’s tour included multiple charity rides, such as Lose The Training Wheels, Charity Ride for Kids, and Wheels Up for Cory.

            The band’s merchandise represents a host of grassroots connections to people and businesses. Lucas Roasting Company, located just outside of Harrisonburg, created “Halfway to Heaven” dark roast coffee in honor of their friends The Steel Wheels. Blue Mountain Brewery, located on Afton Mountain in Virginia, hosted the band when they were just getting started and now sells a “Steel Wheels ESB.” The Livery’s master brewer rode with the band on their second bike tour and, soon after, created their “Steel Wheels Stout.” The band’s T-shirts are made in downtown Harrisonburg, and a potter who is a childhood friend of Jay’s makes their mugs. Each business is local for the band, and each product is intimately woven into their narrative. The Steel Wheels are proof that music remains a viable and sustaining force for connection in our world.

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            6/1

            You Me & Everyone We Know

            Daisyhead
            Future Crooks

            $11 | All Ages | 8 pm

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            Is this band unhinged? It's a fair question. The songs of You, Me and Everyone We Know seem to emerge from the shadows, alternating monologues of spite and discontent with rhapsodies of inordinate joy. But peer through the veil of havoc, and it's clear this band seeks a new, if unnerving, way to rock its way to the truth. "A lot of the stuff is a mix of what sits in the back of your head," says singer/songwriter Ben Liebsch. "We're insistent on really weird wild things to put in the songs." Until recently, the band was seriously DIY, releasing a self-made indie CD and touring the eastern half of the country, especially in and around their homebase of Washington, D.C. But happily, drive-thru records' co-founders Richard Reines and Stefanie Reines heard them, loved them and offered to manage them. And with their CD, "Party for the Grown and Sexy," impressing fans and critics alike, You Me and Everyone We Know is getting pretty well-known themselves. What does Liebsch mean by weird and wild? For one, the band explores taboo subjects � stealing a friend's girlfriend ("I'd Be More Interested If You Were Already Spoken For"), skipping out on all responsibilities ("The Rent is Due") � with a minimum of judgment and a maximum of emotion. More often than not, Ryan Sherrill and Noel Milford construct an impenetrable wall of guitar while Liebsch spins out shockingly elegant lines, or just ropes in his bandmates for a shouted chorus. "Most of the songs," adds Liebsch, "are more cautionary tales then anything else. In the end we're trying to write exciting music that's catchy and throws you for a loop at the same time. " While Liebsch cites influences as diverse as Joe Cocker, Andrew W.K. and Skylar Croom, he started out like any other ADD-addled middle schooler in Dundalk, MD, ("I just want to stare at girls and sleep"). Then he discovered the local club scene and began fawning over "lots of crappy bands I absolutely adored." Liebsch formed his own band on a dare after teaching himself ever Sublime tune on the guitar. He also began writing songs, but not in any conventional style. Through his series of start-up bands, he met with the same vacant stares from colleagues who didn't get what he was trying to do. Then he met guitarist Ryan Sherrill, who had been in the D.C. band Underscore along with drummer Paul Martinez. They did get what Liebsch was trying to do, and by the end of 2006, with Noel Milford as second guitarist, a new band was born. Bassist Mike O'Rourke rounded out line-up. So far, YM&EWK has spread itself far and wide, touring across the country from Chicago to Maine, on their own or sharing the bill with bands like I Am The Avalanche, Piebald and the Spotlight. "Basically, we like to create a bit of a party," says Liebsch of the band's live performances. "We prefer to break down the self-consciousness of people, let loose and try to encourage everyone else to. We come off a little crazy." Which reignites the question: could You, Me and Everyone We Know be unhinged? Maybe, but that's a good way to knock down doors. As Ben Liebsch says, "We want to do everything we can to get your attention."

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                6/4

                HONEYHONEY

                $13 - $15 | All Ages | 8 pm

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                  6/5

                  Connor Leimer

                  The Wing Dings

                  All Ages | 8 pm

                  Connor Leimer

                  In person, Connor Leimer comes across as your average high school student. He's tall and lanky, with a fresh face and a wide, easy smile. He trusts easily. His tender 17-year-old heart has yet to be split open by life.
                  That's fortunate — at least for the rest of us — because we wouldn't have his excellent debut EP, Like It's June, if not for that ingenuous, youthful spirit.
                  Leimer, a Blue Valley North High School junior, has been writing songs for the guitar since seventh grade, but he composed most of the EP's five tracks last summer. Leimer was part of the Grammy Museum's 2013 Music Revolution Project, a four-week summer school of sorts for teens interested in developing their craft. There, Leimer met fellow artists Hank Wiedel, Blair Bryant, Haley Ryan and Brandon Thomas, all of whom appear on June.
                  The record was recorded at the local Weights and Measures Soundlab. As its title suggests, Like It's June is an easy, windows-rolled-down collection. Yet it's also surprisingly mature, with a sound somewhere between the sunny catchiness of Jack Johnson and the rawness of Jake Bugg. And that's what Leimer wanted.
                  "Before this program [the Grammy Music Revolution], I was just a guy writing acoustic songs in my room," Leimer says. "But I love doing this. I feel like I've been doing it forever."
                  Leimer is one of FAI's youngest conference performers, but he has ready opinions about folk, rattling off a long list of artists he says fit the category. On his short honor roll: Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young; John Mayer; and local Americana band She's a Keeper. The common denominator for him is the songwriting itself.
                  "I'm primarily a songwriter, so I really get into that," he says. "The lyrics are really important to me. It's natural. That's what I like about it. You have a memory of that particular moment in time, and you can play it back for your kids 30 years later. It kind of becomes a little bit of history."

                  By Natalie Gallagher (The Pitch)
                  February 2014

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                    6/8

                    Dead Winter Carpenters

                    18 & Over | 8 pm

                    Dead Winter Carpenters

                    With feet firmly planted in the Northern California roots music scene, Dead Winter Carpenters is a quintet emerging from the shores of North Lake Tahoe. Boasting a creative combination of members
                    of San Francisco’s Montana Slim String Band, and Tahoe’s Rusty Strings, Dead Winter Carpenters are poised with an arsenal of original material, and are doggedly in the midst a break-out summer. Laced
                    with elements of americana, bluegrass, folk, ragtime, blues, reggae and rock and roll, the rollicking...

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                    6/9

                    yojimbo

                    18 & Over | 8 pm

                    yojimbo

                    Yojimbo is fun! Their sound is pure punk rock energy with poppy driven melodies. You’ll be powerless to do anything except dance uncontrollably with a full-on smile. Carly Meyers leads the pack down a musical rabbit hole, welding her trombone like “a mystical samurai sword”. While Doc Sharp hammers the keyboards in cataclysmic pleasure, Patrick McDevitt slays his bass and Adam Gertner beats his drums to a bloody pulp with a widespread grin.

                    Playing gigs everywhere from local favorites such as Blue Nile, Maison, One Eyed Jack’s, The Republic and the legendary Tipitina’s, this band remains a constant and respected act in the city. They have headlined with artists such as Bonerama, Raekwon, JFJO, Johnny Vidacovich, James Singleton, and Mike Dillon. Carly, Adam, and Patrick also are full-time members of The Mike Dillon Band, which has been touring the country almost non-stop for the past 2 years.

                    While separately they have played at venues all over the nation, gigging at clubs, festivals, and arenas, when the three join forces the music is wild, versatile, and a little something else that you just gotta see to believe. Yojimbo produces an “unmistakable youthful playfulness that is infectious to all listeners and creates an instant party atmosphere”-Live Music Nola.

                    As one reviewer declared, “Yojimbo’s… the perfect blend of aggressive passion, punk rock chaos, and technical expertise.”

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                    6/11

                    Bass Hertz Official Takeover

                    18 & Over | 8 pm

                    Bass Hertz Official Takeover

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                      6/12

                      Weaver

                      18 & Over | 8 pm

                      Weaver

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                        6/14

                        The Melvins

                        Le Butcherettes

                        $19 - $21 | All Ages | 8 pm

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                        The Melvins

                        The Melvins formed in Aberdeen/Montesano, WA in 1983 the founding members were Buzz, Mike Dillard (drums), and ex-Mudhoney bassist Matt Lukin. Buzz, Mike, and Matt all went to high school in Montesano. The name Melvins came from a grocery clerk at the Thriftway in Montesano where King Buzzo served as clerk and vandal. Melvin was the most hated fellow employee and they felt it to be an appropriately ridiculous name.

                        When Mike couldn't cut it, as rumor has it because the songs were getting too mathematically complex, Dale was recruited out of the Iron Maiden cover band he played in at the age of 15. Matt was replaced by Lori Black (Lorax) (Shirley Temple's daughter) when they left Aberdeen for San Francisco.

                        The Melvins have had quite a few bass player changes during their tenure. Check out the bassist morgue to learn more. The Melvins live in Hollywood, CA right now.

                        The Melvins Discography is an exhaustive resource of their many releases. They were on a major label Atlantic Records for three albums, although most would agree they're not the type of band that would appeal to a major label. They knew this while they were being signed and just took advantage of the drunken blitz the record companies were on in signing any band connected to a supposed Seattle "grunge" sound.

                        Dale filled in for Nirvana when they were between drummers and he appears on Incesticide and Bleach as a result of those sessions. Buzz has a side project called Fantômas with Mike Patton (Faith No More/Mr. Bungle) who is also owner of Ipecac Recordings the label the melvins are currently releasing material through. He also plays guitar in the hardcore/grind "supergroup" Venomous Concept, featuring members/former members of Napalm Death and Brutal Truth (also released through Ipecac). Melvins have also released music on Boner Records, Alchemy Records, Amphetamine Reptile Records, Alternative Tentacles Records, and numerous others in the manner of 7"s and whatnot.

                        Dale has a side project called Altamont. Kevin Rutmanis (bassist, 1998 - early 2005) used to be in the band Cows, he also is in another Mike Patton project along with Duane Denison of the Jesus Lizard called Tomahawk. I would completely recommend anything a Melvins member has released. Melvins have toured with KISS, White Zombie, NIN, L7, Primus, Tool, and Rush, among others and were also on the Ozzfest tour in 98. They toured with a second guitarist at one point David Scott Stone (a great noisician). If you ever get the chance to see them live be sure to give them gifts, they prefer Cracker Barrel gift certificates.

                        Purchase tickets at: http://pipelineticketing.frontgatesolutions.com/

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                          6/25

                          Lawrence Field Day Fest! #LFDF

                          18 & Over | 8 pm

                          Lawrence Field Day Fest! #LFDF

                          Thursday
                          Bottleneck Stage: Voyager (8 PM), Chastity Belt (9 PM), Jorge Arana Trio (10 PM), Spencer Brown (11 PM)

                          Friday
                          Bottleneck Stage: Drew Black & The Dirty Electric (8 PM), Captiva (9 PM), Admiral of the Red (10 PM), Josh Berwanger Band (11 PM), Red Kate (12 AM)

                          Saturday
                          Bottleneck Stage: Primetime Heroes (8 PM), Drop A Grand (9 PM), La Guerre (10 PM), The Noise FM (11 PM), Westerners (12 AM)

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                          6/26

                          Lawrence Field Day Fest! #LFDF

                          18 & Over | 8 pm

                          Lawrence Field Day Fest! #LFDF

                          Thursday
                          Bottleneck Stage: Voyager (8 PM), Chastity Belt (9 PM), Jorge Arana Trio (10 PM), Spencer Brown (11 PM)

                          Friday
                          Bottleneck Stage: Drew Black & The Dirty Electric (8 PM), Captiva (9 PM), Admiral of the Red (10 PM), Josh Berwanger Band (11 PM), Red Kate (12 AM)

                          Saturday
                          Bottleneck Stage: Primetime Heroes (8 PM), Drop A Grand (9 PM), La Guerre (10 PM), The Noise FM (11 PM), Westerners (12 AM)

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                          6/27

                          Lawrence Field Day Fest! #LFDF

                          18 & Over | 8 pm

                          Lawrence Field Day Fest! #LFDF

                          Thursday
                          Bottleneck Stage: Voyager (8 PM), Chastity Belt (9 PM), Jorge Arana Trio (10 PM), Spencer Brown (11 PM)

                          Friday
                          Bottleneck Stage: Drew Black & The Dirty Electric (8 PM), Captiva (9 PM), Admiral of the Red (10 PM), Josh Berwanger Band (11 PM), Red Kate (12 AM)

                          Saturday
                          Bottleneck Stage: Primetime Heroes (8 PM), Drop A Grand (9 PM), La Guerre (10 PM), The Noise FM (11 PM), Westerners (12 AM)

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                          7/21

                          Wild Child

                          $11 | All Ages | 8 pm

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                          Wild Child is a band from Austin, TX.
                          2013 Austin Music Award winners for Best Indie Band and Best Folk Band

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                          9/13

                          Albert Hammond Jr.

                          $15 | All Ages | 8 pm

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                            9/27

                            The Growlers

                            $16 | All Ages | 8 pm

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                            The Growlers

                            The music of The Growlers is unmistakable.
                            Sure, you can hone in on some influences baked into the work of this California-bred band.
                            Heck, even they’d cop to a few, like Ricky Nelson and The Clash. But once those same RIYL
                            tags have been filtered through the minds and hands and voices of this five-piece, there’s simply
                            nothing else like it.
                            The Growlers took the phrase “Beach Goth” as an apt descriptor of their music. Sunburned and
                            salty, that term perfectly describes their distinctive melding of reverb heavy surf guitar and
                            Bakersfield-style honky tonk with ‘80s post-punk.
                            This is especially true of Chinese Fountain, The Growlers’ fifth full-length set to be released on
                            September 23rd via Everloving Records. The 11 songs found on it are some of the strongest that
                            they’ve committed to tape yet; a byproduct not only of eight years in the trenches together, but
                            finely honing their gypsy folk dirges and psychedelic sea shanties to fans at close to 150 shows
                            each year. The connection between vocalist Brooks Nielsen and guitarist Matt Taylor (the
                            principal songwriters of the group) has only grown deeper.
                            “The band played better than they’ve ever played,” says Nielsen. “We’ve got the process down
                            now. There’s less screwing around to get the songs laid out and we weren’t waiting around for
                            take after take. We knew it and we played without much time to spare.”
                            That confidence bleeds through every track on Chinese Fountain, with the band assured enough
                            to layer in shades of many new influences: the loping ska beat of “Dull Boy” and “Going Gets
                            Tuff,” the playful disco beat behind the title track, or the Teardrop Explodes-like agitation of
                            “Good Advice.”
                            Not that the band left themselves much room to second-guess anything. The five spent about
                            three weeks writing the tracks, and about half that time in the studio recording them. That may
                            sound rushed, but it’s not as if you can hear any strain on the finished product; Chinese Fountain
                            is as rock solid and watertight as anything in their still-growing discography.
                            There’s evolution to be heard in Chinese Fountain as well, courtesy of some of Nielsen’s most
                            pointed and poignant lyrics to date. He takes our obsession with the online world to task on the
                            funky title track. When he drops the bomb that obliterates that most famous of Beatles’ claims
                            with "The internet is bigger than Jesus or John Lennon” he re-contextualizes Marshall
                            McLuhan's "the medium is the message" in the same breath. He urges positivity no matter the
                            obstacles (“Going Gets Tuff”). Too, he reveals a tattered heart to the world on tracks like “Rare
                            Hearts” and “Love Test.”
                            “This is my chance to let it all out,” Nielsen says of these songs. “I kind of bottle things up and
                            don’t really get emotional. But I think if I don’t open up, I’d be a really stale person.”

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