Sweet Crude

Tito's Sound Machine KC

Sweet Crude

Motel Radio, Rachel Mallin & The Wild Type

Tue, April 18, 2017

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$10.00 - $12.00

This event is 18 and over

Sweet Crude
Sweet Crude
On est originaire de la Louisiane du sud. On voudrait montrer au monde que on peut faire de la musique progressive qui adopte la tradition francophone de cette région icitte. On est après rejoindre un group petit mais fervent des Louisianais jeunes engagés en garder la langue pertinente par l'art. D'ailleurs, on voudrait boire du whisky et danser tout le temps.

We are indigenous to South Louisiana. We would like to show the world that we can make progressive music that also embraces this region's French-speaking tradition. We are joining a small but fervent group of young Louisianians engaged in keeping the language relevant via art. Also we would like to drink whiskey and dance all the time.
Motel Radio
Motel Radio
Rachel Mallin & The Wild Type
Rachel Mallin & The Wild Type
"Rachel Mallin is a self-produced singer/songwriter that finds it difficult to comply within the restrictions of one genre. Whether it’s her self-proclaimed A.D.D. tendencies or another likeable force blending sounds, Mallin has a way with uniting the unlikely." - Andreina Byrne (Demencha Magazine)

Rachel Mallin and The Wild Type, a five-piece Indie-Pop band from Kansas City, MO, quickly gained recognition and resounding approval within their first year from industry and general news publications, including: Kansas City Star newspaper, and magazines Deli KC, Demencha, Highlight, Phonographic, and Vox. With tour opportunities supporting national acts, like Cold War Kids, Metric, The Struts, Kitten, and Panic is Perfect, their music began playing on alternative & college radio stations across the nation.

Founder Rachel Mallin, then 20 year-old sophomore in the midst of a chaotic year at the University of Missouri at Columbia, had been composing collaborations for a new band. Just before noisily shuffling out of an MU lecture hall after her last final exam, Mallin received a text that would change everything. Justin Walker, close friend and co-collaborator, excitedly proclaiming that her recently self-produced, original song was broadcasting live on Kansas City’s alternative radio station.

In a moment, all of the passion and gall of a young musician instantly engaged. Against all the common sense a young musician can have, the news led Mallin to march off the MU campus and head towards a future filled with uncertainty. Of all she was certain, that her life-long passion for music had grown to prevail and now dictated her path. Alongside contributors Jesse Bartmess (synth/keys), Austin Edmisten (drums/back-up vocals), Matt Kosinski (lead guitar) and Justin Walker (bass), Rachel Mallin and The Wild Type was born.

Back in her hometown, at Element Recording Studios, audio engineer/owner Joel Nanos (Madisen Ward & The Mama Bear, RadKey and Republic Tigers) recorded and produced the “Degenerate Matters” EP. Throughout the EP’s tracks (Cash4Gold, Dance Card, Dropout, White Girls), Mallin’s vocals lazily drift with charming sarcasm and quips of disdain, as a lyric & rhythmic reflection of the generational culture of collegiate discontent. In perfect complement, the sonic textures of Kosinski’s guitar arrangements uniquely echo a surf-pop vibe, nostalgia of 50's/60's doo-wop laced with modern angst.

Contributors -
Jesse Bartmess: Keys, Synth
Austin Edmisten: Back-up Vocals, Drums
Matt Kosinski: Lead Guitar
Rachel Mallin: Guitar, Lead Vocals, Songwriter
Justin Walker: Bass

Press Links:
http://demencha.com/interview-singerproducer-rachel-mallin/

http://highlightmagazine.net/2014/11/25/rachel-mallin/

https://medium.com/phonographic-mag/the-persistence-of-rachel-mallin-c3dcbe971117#.alfghpea4

http://crossroadskc.com/crossroads-kc-interview-rachel-mallin-wild-type/

http://www.kansascity.com/entertainment/ent-columns-blogs/back-to-rockville/article76294422.html
Venue Information:
recordBar
1520 Grand Blvd
Kansas City, MO, 64108
http://www.therecordbar.com