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All Aboard for Fun Times: St. Louis show highlights for June 27-29, 2014
I don't have a lot of shows to recommend for this weekend, but there's plenty of music to be heard -- especially if you attend the 20-plus-act festival Saturday:
Song of the Day: 'The Highest Love' by the Holy Coast
Eerie, acoustic and electronic, "The Highest Love" by Phoenix-based band the Holy Coast drifts and dances, with echoes of classic shoe gaze and mellow electro-pop ala Broken Bells.
Charting the Music: Muyei Power, 'Sierra Leone in 1970s USA'
Though West Africa's melodic drumming and drive gave birth to rhythm and blues, jazz and funk, Muyei Power's Afrobeat album "Sierra Leone in 1970s USA" proves that James Brown and his funky drummer's music did not groove down a one-way…
Dave Rawlings Machine at the Sheldon Concert Hall
On Wednesday night the Sheldon Concert Hall graciously hosted the Dave Rawlings Machine in what is sure to be one of the best shows of the year in St. Louis.
Song of the Day: 'Temple of the Sun' by Teeel
The interstellar groove of "Temple of the Sun" by Teeel is just the tip of the band's electro-pop gifts. Synth washes and a good guitar hook lend the song serious crossover appeal.
Song of the Day: 'Soldiers (Snowbird Remix)' by the Trouble With Templeton
Brooding and even a little paranoid, "Soldiers (Snowbird Remix)" by Aussie band the Trouble With Templeton meditates on conflict -- less those wars out in the world and more the ones going on inside.
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