The Stage / Café
Subscribe to this RSS feed
Concert photos: Slipknot at the Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre, Sunday, August 16
Slipknot rocked through St. Louis on Sunday night, bringing mayhem to thousands of metal heads at the Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre.
Concert photos: Sammy Hagar at the Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre, Saturday, August 15
On Saturday night Sammy Hagar filled every seat of the Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre.
Event photos: Music at the Intersection (with the Mathias and the Pirates, Illphonics and more) at Grand Center, Friday, August 14
CDs are so 2005.
Concert photos: My Morning Jacket at the Peabody Opera House, Wednesday, August 12
Blanketed in an hypnotic pattern of light and fog, My Morning Jacket delivered a sonic wave of soulful psychedelic rock on Wednesday night at the Peabody Opera House.
Song of the Day: 'Still Chooglin' (After All These Beers)' by Bunnygrunt
When it comes to noisy, giddy, poppy punk, Bunnygrunt has been setting the standard in St. Louis since the early '90s. "Still Chooglin' (After All These Beers)," an affectionate sendup…
All Aboard for Fun Times: Special August Hiatus Edition
As I suspected, fighting my computer issues (which I'm still doing) made any weekend edition un-doable.
Song of the Day: 'I've Got a Reason to Keep Living' by Babes
With hints of surf-pop, swooning harmonies and misty psychedelia, "I've Got a Reason to Keep Living" by family (as in brothers, sisters and cousins) band Babes gives any fan of…
Concert photos: Devil You Know at the Firebird, Tuesday, August 11
Metal band Devil You Know brought total mayhem to the Firebird on Tuesday night.
Song of the Day: 'Wide Awake' by Kinsey
Multi-instrumentalist Nick Kinsey (who has worked with artists like AC Newman, Elvis Perkins and the Felice Brothers) throws all of his pop, rock and experimental sensibilities into the whirling fuzz…
Song of the Day: 'Long Way Back Down' by Lucas James
With the new track "Long Way Back Down," Aussie musician Lucas James creates a kind of modern-rock version of rhythm & blues, not far from the likes of the Black…
Concert photos: Jay Farrar (with Colonel Ford Duo and Arson for Candy) at Off Broadway, Saturday, August 8
Jay Farrar took to the stage on a steamy Saturday night, delivering a signature set of lonesome melodies.
Song of the Day: 'Why Let It Go' by Telegraph Canyon
Like ? and the Mysterians filtered through My Morning Jacket, Telegraph Canyon's "Why Let It Go" is strangely catchy: horn blasts, brooding rhythm track and feedback and all.
Concert photos: Alpha Rev (with Jared and the Mill) at the Duck Room, Tuesday, August 4
Rockers Alpha Rev played an "unplugged" show at the Duck Room at Blueberry Hill on Tuesday night.
Song of the Day: 'A Thousand Matches' (Elkoe Remix) by Passenger
Brighton, UK native Michael David Rosenberg performs under the name Passenger, one of the more fitting aliases on the indie-folk scene. On the Elkoe remix of "A Thousand Matches" he…
Song of the Day: 'Lights Out' by Josh Flagg
A dense, guitar-crunching anthem for a long, hot summer night, "Lights Out" by Josh Flagg aims to light up the alt-rock scene.
More Music News...
Concert photos: Watsky (with A-1) at the Firebird, Sunday, August 2
Getting deep into CaveofswordS: A conversation with Sunyatta and Kevin McDermott
Concert photos: The Oh Hellos (with Eine Blume) at the Old Rock House, Friday, July 31
Song of the Day: 'Nothing But a Name' by Stevie B Wolf
Song of the Day: 'Lonesome Angel' by Blitzen Trapper
Page 5 of 133
St. Louis Music Notes
Shows & Schedule
FAQ & Info
CMJ Top 30
Adult Album Alternative
Visual and Performing Arts
Arts & Events
Donate a Vehicle
Become a Sponsor
On Demand Podcasts
Copyright © 2015 KDHX Community Media. KDHX is registered with the IRS as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit under Double Helix Corporation.
KDHX Community Media • 3524 Washington Ave • Saint Louis MO 63103