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Sirens EP
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Release Date: August 25th, 2021
For the second volume of the band's Triptych album, Ken provides backing vocals for "Outta My Mind", "Cat's Away", "You Wake Me" and "The Cool Ivory Wonderful", which also features him singing a duet with vocalist Ruth Royall.





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Welcome to the Poorhouse
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Release Date: August 10, 2021
Ken again acts as co-producer, guitarist, keyboardist and background vocalist on another album of Mike Schrand's songs. Features brother Chris Kase playing flugelhorn on "This is How it Ends".

"Mike Schrand on vocals and Ken Kase on all sorts of instruments - the songs are strong, and the music compelling. A St. Louis duo well worth hearing." Steve Pick, KDHX




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Beaches in Bali EP
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Release Date: July 1st, 2021
This is the first EP from a three-EP series called Triptych. Ken sings backup and helped write the vocal arrangements for tracks 1—4




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Mantovani Boogie Man
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Release Date: February 25, 2021
"This is my homage to the classic r&b, jazz and TV music from the 70s that I grew up with. Working in my little studio, I used royalty-free drum loops and added my own electric piano, organ, synth, bass, guitar, percussion and harmonica parts. I recorded myself improvising over the loops and these jams and little tunes began to emerge. Then I edited it all down to the best parts to create an album of single-length grooves. I think of them as instrumental B-sides of imaginary hit singles. This album was made purely for fun." — kk

"St. Louisian Ken Kase is best known as a guitar player with a decidedly pop/rock bent, but here, he takes some public domain drum loops and plays all the other instruments to create sinuous, funky instrumentals. This sounds great in the car, even better on headphones." Steve Pick, KDHX