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Album review: Dawes makes a bid to join 'All Your Favorite Bands'
Dawes "All Your Favorite Bands" HUB For its fourth album, Dawes continues to evolve, showing off some competent adaptations. But the total creature doesn't quite beat out natural selection.
Album review: Welcome to Florence + the Machine's new sound on 'How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful'
Florence + the Machine "How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful" Island Florence Welch and her Machine swept onto the indie-pop scene with "Lungs," their critically-acclaimed debut album. Her songs ruminated on myth, love, and insanity, then soared their way into…
Concert review: The Decemberists flood Peabody Opera House with sights and sounds, Saturday, May 30
The Decemberists have always added a campy flair to their antiquated compositions. Lead singer-songwriter Colin Meloy's verses are swathed in purple descriptions of harlots, gestating cherubs and other lore-ish humanoid creatures that seemed even less human at Peabody Opera House…
Tame Impala at the Pageant
"Does anyone know what day of the week it is?" singer Kevin Parker asked the crowd. "That's actually an honest question," he clarified, pointing to his bandmate, laughing. It was a clear indication that his band, Tame Impala, has been…
Concert review: St. Vincent moves hearts and minds at the Pageant, Wednesday, May 27
The last time St. Vincent performed in St. Louis she supported the Black Keys. She was excellent. Without the heft of a headliner whose energy drooped lower than a basset hound's ears, Annie Clark was able to give the audience…
Concert review: Alabama Shakes impress a packed house at the Fabulous Fox Theatre, Thursday, May 28
With their newly released and highly anticipated second album, "Sound and Color," Alabama Shakes have proven they are no one-trick-pony, following up their acclaimed debut, "Boys and Girls" with a new collection of songs that are at once a departure…
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