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'Let's see what feels good' An interview with Brothers Lazaroff
It's been a big spring for Brothers Lazaroff. They stormed South by Southwest, armed with genre-bending remixes of Austin pal Elizabeth McQueen's retro jazz before returning to St. Louis to release their new album, "Science Won."
Reckless Kelly
Reckless Kelly always comes out with guns blaring, and their performance at the Duck Room at Blueberry Hill on Tuesday was no exception.
Farmer Jason
The 2012 installment of Harvest Sessions, presented by 88.1 KDHX, kicked off on Saturday, May 5 at the Tower Grove Farmers' Market with family friendly performances by Farmer Jason and Ryan Spearman.
The Spring Standards
Despite the intimate crowd at Off Broadway Tuesday night, the Spring Standards were able to generate a real party atmosphere on the dance floor.
'Put on your boogie shoes' An interview with Tim DeLaughter of the Polyphonic Spree
There is nothing conventional about the Polyphonic Spree. Sonically they throw down with as many as 22 members simultaneously jamming, dancing and prancing about while creating layered grooves that are part gospel choir, part indie rock show and part cultish…
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