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Song of the Day: 'Blamelessness' by Moro & the Silent Revolution
"They're trying to put the weight of life on us," sings Massimiliano Morini of Moro & the Silent Revolution. "Our first rule should be to never look behind." It's a dose of folk-pop optimism that's well-worth heeding and hearing.
Song of the Day: 'Evening Gown' by Alejandro Escovedo
Alejandro Escovedo is considered one of the finest singer-songwriters of his generation, so when he decided to cover Mick Jagger's wistful country ballad "Evening Gown," it was bound to be good. And Escovedo doesn't disappoint on this classic version of…
Kenny DeShields at Harvest Sessions
The Kenny DeShields Experience arrived with energy, enthusiasm and a selection of original songs and covers for Saturday's Harvest Sessions at Tower Grove Farmer's Market, making market shoppers forget all about the steady stream of rain falling from the sky.
Charting the Music: Alvvays, 'Alvvays'
Sounding like the musical offspring of acts like Best Coast and Real Estate, Canadian quintet Alvvays' (pronounced "always") self-titled debut album is surf-pop gold. But the sunny guitar sound paired with yearning lyrics might conjure up some conflicting emotions.
Concert photos: Power Pop 101 with DJ Rich Reese and Karate Bikini at the Stage at KDHX, Thursday, August 14
KDHX DJ Rich Reese presented a guided tour of Power Pop on Thursday, as part of the Discovery Series at the Stage, KDHX's Grand Center performance space.
'You really have nothing to lose if you are smart about it' An interview with Jordan Smith of Diarrhea Planet
When Jordan Smith and his friends started playing concerts around Nashville, Tennessee in college, they made their intentions very clear. They would be the most "extreme, obnoxious, visceral, in-your-face" rock band of all time. They called themselves Diarrhea Planet.
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