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The King Khan and BBQ Show at Off Broadway
The Nevermores were the first of three opening bands and were very vocal about how much they appreciated the early birds.
'We’re in the throes of a new folk revival' An interview with Ryan Spearman
Ryan Spearman is many things in many musical moods, but all his roles show a passion for setting the spark of innovation to the good tinder of tradition.
Charting the Music: Wu-Block, 'Wu-Block'
Guns, illegal substances and automobiles are frequent players in the rap game. Wu-Block's self-titled record allows you to live out the gangster life in a safe manner.
Thursday morning music news: Wyman and Taylor turn back the clock, Low turns to Jeff Tweedy and Austin Peralta, Martin Fay and Earl Carroll pass on
You know that lottery thing? Something about a cool half billion? Here's what you can spend it on. Or this.
Cary Hudson of Blue Mountain
As of 8 p.m. last night at Off Broadway there were only a few bodies scattered in the chairs as Joe Kile drifted to the stage. It was a quiet…
Funky Butt Brass Band with members of Big Brother Thunder and the Master Blasters at Plush
Brass and bass ruled the night on Saturday, November 24 at Plush as Funk Feast brought together three excellent St. Louis bands.
Hear and Now: Stream the new album 'STAG' by STAG
Much like a good set of earplugs in a loud environment, Seattle-based band STAG combines catchy hooks and honeyed harmonies to create something that you'll look forward to…
Falling in love with music: 'Five Leaves Left' by Nick Drake
The first album from storied British singer-songwriter Nick Drake, "Five Leaves Left," is also his best. It's a near-perfect collection of elemental expressions that fully embodies the spiritual characteristics of…
Japandroids at the Firebird
Japandroids guitarist and singer Brian King acknowledged to the audience that the band hasn't stopped through St. Louis frequently enough, and promised an extra-long and energetic set for the sold-out…
Charting the Music: Black Moth Super Rainbow, 'Cobra Juicy'
Venomous, yet succulent, "Cobra Juicy" provides the pulse needed to energize the colossal Black Moth Super Rainbow by means of digitized vocals and hypnotic instrumentation.
Falling in love with music: 'Weathered Statues' by T.S.O.L.
The 1982 "Weathered Statues" EP, released on Jello Biafra's Alternative Tentacles label, stands as one of the lesser-known albums in a catalog mired in obscurity. These four songs may not…
Carolina Chocolate Drops at the Sheldon Concert Hall
The Carolina Chocolate Drops came to St. Louis and put on a stellar show that was equal parts performance and music history lesson.
Those Darlins at Off Broadway
Kentucky Knife Fight cut into Thursday night with a vengeance. The local punk/blues/all-around-gritty-rock-n-roll band set the tone for the night that was thankfully met by Heavy Cream.
Matisyahu at the Pageant
Atlanta-based band the Constellations welcomed a crowd of Matisyahu fans with their special blend of hip hop and grunge rock at the Pageant on Wednesday evening.
Stephin Merritt at the Sheldon Concert Hall
The Magnetic Fields inhabited the Sheldon Concert Hall Wednesday evening as a part of the Sheldon Sessions series.
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