MOVE has all your music needs covered.
The album is a combination of emo, pop and indie rock music, with an ironic twist.
The Columbia-based band released its debut record on April 28.
Various Columbia venues hosted a slew of great performances.
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JoJo left the audience with advice, encouragement and hope for the future.
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The rapper posted on Instagram that fliers about his Wednesday show were false.
These playlists will give you an extra push to skip your daily nap and get MOVE-ing.
The opening set for Blink-182 was filled with cutting-edge synths and exuberant indie-pop.
The indie rockers’ hometown tribute boasts a handful of memorable tracks but lacks creativity.
The record store will move to the vacated spot Woody’s Gentlemen’s Clothiers left on Ninth Street.
The up-and-coming indie funk band will perform at Rose Music Hall this Tuesday.
Whether singing lead vocals in his band’s latest music video or performing with MU’s music department, this local musician should be on your radar.
From Mizzou Arena to Rose Music Hall, Columbia has the perfect place for every music-lover to catch a live show.
Vocalist Kelcey Ayer said the band’s latest album “stands as a symbol of hope for change and a better future.”
From road trips to tropical getaways to taking the west coast by storm, MOVE’s got you covered.
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Banjo player Nate Zuercher talks about the creative process behind “Folk Hop N’ Roll.”