“We’ve always taken the idea of psychedelic music as being something mind-expanding,” said Psych Fest founder Dedric Moore, right, with brother and Monta at Odds bandmate Delaney. <137>Moore. , founder of the KC Psych Fest. “Anybody that’s pushing the boundaries, creating something unique.” He is shown above with Delaney Moore, his brother and partner in the duo Monta at Odds.<137>
“We’ve always taken the idea of psychedelic music as being something mind-expanding,” said Psych Fest founder Dedric Moore, right, with brother and Monta at Odds bandmate Delaney. <137>Moore. , founder of the KC Psych Fest. “Anybody that’s pushing the boundaries, creating something unique.” He is shown above with Delaney Moore, his brother and partner in the duo Monta at Odds.<137> Berry Anderson
“We’ve always taken the idea of psychedelic music as being something mind-expanding,” said Psych Fest founder Dedric Moore, right, with brother and Monta at Odds bandmate Delaney. <137>Moore. , founder of the KC Psych Fest. “Anybody that’s pushing the boundaries, creating something unique.” He is shown above with Delaney Moore, his brother and partner in the duo Monta at Odds.<137> Berry Anderson
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