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Song of the Day: 'To the Sky' by the Parson Red Heads
Recalling the finely harmonized, surging folk-rock of Jefferson Airplane and Buffalo Springfield, the Parson Red Heads move forward confidently by reinterpreting the past brilliantly on "To the Sky."
Thursday morning music news: Cassette Store Day fast-forwards, Vince Gill won't back down and the iPod Classic passes away
Cassette Store Day may not be a thing but it is something.
Song of the Day: 'Four Months to Kill' by Astrid Swan
With a deceptively spare arrangement of piano, bass, horns and drums, "Four Months to Kill" by Finnish singer and songwriter Astrid Swan has a tempting sound to match its story…
Concert photos: Lucinda Williams (with the Kenneth Brian Band) at the Pageant, Monday, September 9
The Kenneth Brian Band opened at the Pageant for Lucinda Williams, blasting out southern electric rock tunes that are still echoing in my ears.
Song of the Day: 'Shotgun' by Band of Heathens
"Shotgun," the latest from Austin, Texas' Band of Heathens, reveals the veterans in a reflective and melodic mood, facing disappointment, finding new ways to move on, and discovering a memorable…
Concert photos: Bob Reuter Memorial at Casa Loma Ballroom, Sunday, September 8
Big Muddy Records put together a multifaceted tribute to the late KDHX DJ, musician, photographer and writer Bob Reuter at the Casa Loma Ballroom on Sunday, September 8.
Festival photos: LouFest Day 2 with Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, Alabama Shakes, Wild Cub and more in Forest Park, Saturday, September 8
Despite early morning rain, day two of LouFest proved to be a beautiful day to see live music in Forest Park.
Song of the Day: 'The Thames & the Tide' by the High Wire
"The surf's up, the colors are bright" goes the refrain of "The Thames & the Tide" by the High Wire. The London band isn't just musing on an ocean vision;…
Festival photos: LouFest Day 1 with Wilco, Jim James, the National, Fitz and the Tantrums and more in Forest Park, Saturday, September 7
LouFest returned to Forest Park's Central Field for its fourth year on September 7 and 8.
Song of the Day: 'State of Mine' by Sebadoh
"Failure is a state of mine" sings Lou Barlow on the new track by indie-rock heroes Sebadoh. The line rings with truth, but with a flying melody, a hint of…
Concert photos: Old Salt Union at Harvest Sessions, Saturday, September 7
Old Salt Union made its first appearance at Harvest Sessions in Tower Grove Park on September 7, 2013.
Charting the Music: Washed Out, 'Paracosm'
"Paracosm" shines happily on any listener who accepts its warmth and ecstasy. Washed Out creates a sonic trance state that borders on complete serenity.
'There's really a lot of crossover' A pre-LouFest interview with Ryan Young of Trampled by Turtles
Trampled by Turtles have become the road warriors of the post-bluegrass, neo-folk, Americana whatever you want to call it scene.
'We are all after the ecstatic state' A pre-LouFest inteview with Alex Ebert of Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros
The stories about the 40-day dream that birthed Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros (Jade? Alexander!) abound, and I, for one, was janglin' to know just who is this messianic…
Song of the Day: 'For Anyone' by Star Anna
Chased by torrid organ and nail-driving rhythms, "For Anyone" by Seattle's Star Anna gets to the point: the point of no return from personal demons in a soul's dark night.
More Music News...
'You can't be stifled by who your audience thinks you are' A pre-Loufest interview with Martie Maguire and Emily Robison of Court Yard Hounds
Song of the Day: 'Mila Don't Make a Sound' by Eureka Birds
'Really loving the fact that we were jamming' An interview with Kyle Henderson of Desert Noises
Song of the Day: 'Grandma Death' by Playlounge
Song of the Day: 'I've Got Energy' by the Debauchees
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