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Song of the Day: 'Get Found' by Qiet
Qiet is one vowel short of being a misnomer, as the shape-shifting, Huntington, W.Va.-based big band (as in one never knows how many members it will have at any musical…
Song of the Day: 'Flood' by Cooper
Echoes of girl-group pop reverberate through the music of Montreal singer and songwriter Kate Cooper (known for her work with An Horse and Iron On), especially "Flood," with its contemporary…
Otis Gibbs
Throughout the year our volunteer photographers battle inclement weather, large crowds, long lines, over-zealous dancers and crazy lighting schemes in order to deliver some incredible concert photos for our readers…
The Blind Eyes
The Magnolia Avenue Studios hosted hundreds of musicians, and over 70 different bands from all genres for 2013's Live at KDHX recording sessions.
88.1 KDHX DJs top 10 albums of 2013
As 2013 draws to close, we asked the DJs of 88.1 KDHX to look back on all the records they heard this year and pick their favorite albums. From blues…
88.1 KDHX top album spins of 2013
As KDHX reaches the end of an era and begins broadcasting from the Larry J. Weir Center for Independent Media in Grand Center, we're also reaching the end of 2013.
88.1 KDHX top local spins of 2013
If you're ready to hear music made right here in the St. Louis area, music that will excite you just as much or more than anything released all over the…
Charting the Music: Ha Ha Tonka, 'Lessons'
Ha Ha Tonka's new badge of honor, "Lessons," expresses maturity, along with all the pain and regret that can come with this new found wisdom.
Song of the Day: 'Blooms' by Chris Mills and the Distant Stars
He may no longer be an angry young man from the Midwest, but Collinsville, Ill. native Chris Mills knows how to tap into the release and yearning of rock 'n'…
Song of the Day: 'Best Intentions' by Satchmode
There's always been something just a little icy about dream pop, but when coupled with a pulsing bass, a sincere, delicate falsetto and a finely detailed mix, the chill really…
Song of the Day: 'No Gifts This Xmas' by the Blank Tapes
Los Angeles band the Blank Tapes confess that they haven't been very good this year, but they make up for it on the delightful honky-tonk pop of "No Gifts This…
Song of the Day: 'Molly O!' by Simone Felice
Since departing the Felice Brothers, Simone Felice has explored funk, blues, pop and folk, both atmospheric and spare. The new track "Molly O!" finds the introspective songwriter reaching out in…
Charting the Music: Matthew Sweet and Susanna Hoffs, 'Under the Covers, Vol. 3'
Warping time back three decades, Matthew Sweet and Susanna Hoffs do renditions of songs from the '80s on "Under the Covers, Vol. 3" -- minus the big hair, shoulder pads…
Song of the Day: 'Every Little Bit Hurts' by Barton Carroll
From the flood of fingerpicking guitar and the authoritative voice that opens "Every Little Bit Hurts" you know you're in the presence of a folk master. Barton Carroll has woven…
Song of the Day: 'Sirens' by PT Walkley
Channeling a bit of Northern soul with beefy horns, inspired backing vocals and a sharp groove, New York musician PT Walkley seduces on the new track "Siren."
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