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Charting the Music: Ha Ha Tonka, 'Death of a Decade'

What's a surefire method of putting a fresh spin on an album? Try recording it in a 200-year-old barn. Ha Ha Tonka did just that for its newest release, Death of a Decade.

Charting the Music: J Mascis, 'Several Shades of Why'

Several Shades of Why, the latest album from J Mascis, is quite captivating. When sitting down to give a listen it really pulled me in. While the music is minimalist in nature, it is more than enough to please the most discerning ears.

Charting the Music: Black Joe Lewis & the Honeybears, 'Scandalous'

Upon sampling the flavors of Black Joe Lewis & the Honeybears' newest album, Scandalous, my toe tapping began. The mixture of soul and blues gets downright funky at times and just might cause the listener to get up and move.

What's the buzz? Spring Membership Drive!

It may not quite feel like it, but spring really is just around the corner. It's been a long, icy winter, and KDHX is as eager as anyone to jump into the beautiful change of seasons in St. Louis. Help make this a spring to remember by supporting your favorite radio station, 88.1 KDHX, during our upcoming Spring Membership Drive.

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