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'We're a fun sort of mess' An interview with Demonlover
When St. Louis noisy-folk provocateurs Theodore broke up a year ago, Demonlover and Water Liars rose from the shards and refracted their old mainstay's vibe in new directions.
Hear and Now: Stream the new album 'Sunday Run Me Over' by Holly Golightly and the Brokeoffs
If you've ever listened to legendary 88.1 KDHX DJ Gabriel, you know all about the holy blues. If you've ever listened to Holly Golightly and the Brokeoffs, the "Goddamn Holy Roll" blues will be just as familiar.
Kids on stage with Little Miss Ann
Off Broadway welcomed the kid-friendly sounds of Suzi Shelton and Little Miss Ann to St. Louis on Saturday, September 29.
'Good for your brain and good for your chops' An interview with Emily Haines of Metric
Metric has been making new wave-flavored indie rock since 1998. The band has released five albums of evolving material and its latest, "Synthetica," appeared this past June.
Uncle Lucius at the Gramophone
St. Louis resident Rev. Matt opened the show at the Gramophone on Saturday night with his two-piece band -- Matt on resonator guitar and a player on upright bass. He has a new CD out titled "Still Fight Left in…
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