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Photos: Hot Kid’s 10″ release show

It’s hard to get a clear shot of Hot Kid while they’re on stage, because they rarely stop moving. They’re non-stop, balls-out energy from the start of their set to the end — or until the encore, as was the case the night they released their new ten-inch record at Rancho Relaxo. The album itself is great — Gorman reviewed it — but their live show really brings it all to life. Check out a pic from each band after the jump, and click the above photo for the full Flickr set. Continue reading

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Review: HotKid’s “Under The Streetlight EP”.

Rob Butcher and Shiloh Harrison are HotKid

HotKid are the kind of band that who– for a while– I thought couldn’t capture the greatness of their live show on record. I saw and loved them at CMW a year or two ago, and purchased their LP “Got it to Give’. On that record, the songs were there but the energy of their sets didn’t seem to be. I made sure to make it out to their Under The Streetlight 10″ EP release on Saturday, and as usual they played a really great show.

I’m happy to say that HotKid now have a record that stands up to their live show. Continue reading

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minilogues: Hot Kid in Kensington Market

Hot Kid are releasing their new ten-inch — yes, badass vinyl — at Rancho Relaxo on July 3. TWM is pretty jacked about it. You can tease yourself a little for that awesomeness by watching this new episode of minilogues, featuring Shiloh, Robbie and a creepy statue. Oh, and a great song.

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