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Concert review: Typhoon (with Radiation City and Bo and the Locomotive) prove that the devil is in the details at the Old Rock House, Tuesday, September 17
The Old Rock House clamored with fans of Portland, Ore.'s secret -- the 11-piece, indie-orchestral Typhoon -- helmed by guitarist and singer Kyle Morton.
Concert review: Rancid pours it on, loud and sloppy, at the Pageant, Monday, September 16
Tim Armstrong is like a bizarre, punk-rock Woody Guthrie. Songs like "Harry Bridges" and "Sidekick" could have been written by Guthrie way back and frequently surpass anything in the Springsteen…
Concert review: California dreamin' at the Firebird with Best Coast and Bleached, Monday, September 16
Best Coast took the stage to Toto's "Africa" (as the crowd, most of whom younger than the song itself, cheered frenetically and clapped along), though the momentum was briefly interrupted…
Album review: Okkervil River comes of age and then some on 'The Silver Gymnasium'
Okkervil River "The Silver Gymnasium" ATO When a band known for far-reaching and imaginative conceptual works makes a coming of age album, it doesn't just "make a coming of age…
Concert review: Jon Hardy and the Public remain on the rise at Off Broadway, Saturday, September 14

From the Greek, "phenomena" means, "to show, shine, appear, to be manifest (or manifest itself)" -- an occurrence that is a given, a force of nature that becomes the object…
Danzig at Riot Fest 2013
Amidst a carnival backdrop and a vast, black-clad bromance, Riot Fest 2013 battered, broke and scarred the Chicago faithful and the wanderers alike, just as desired.
Tef Poe and guests at LouFest 2013
Rain splattered St. Louis Sunday morning. The sight recalled last year, when LouFest was temporarily halted prior to Son Volt's set as a colossal storm pounded Central Field into a…
Chris Baricevic, Mark Willey and Brice Baricevic at the Bob Reuter Memorial
"I want to ride my life like a rocket from hell -- aim it for that far wall of the universe and break on through to a place with no…
Jim James at LouFest 2013
The walk up to the LouFest's gates -- austere and reminiscent of the devices used to bottle up manic thoroughbreds before the race -- was dotted with satellite festival-goers with…
Festival review: Bumbershoot 2013 closes out with FIDLAR, Ra Ra Riot, Alt-J, Matt & Kim, MGMT, Trampled by Turtles and more, September 1-2
Seattle, thank you. You were sunlight and summer for three straight days, saving your typically relentless rain for the personalized autograph of a goodbye drizzle -- a little reassurance found…
Festival review: Bumbershoot 2013 blasts fans with Kendrick Lamar, ZZ Ward, !!!, Washed Out and more, Saturday, August 31
Bumbershoot, a portmanteau for an umbrella, started as a jazz festival with the hook that the mayor would watch over your children.
Album review: Cindy Woolf's 'May' is rich with musical discoveries
Cindy Woolf "May" Self-released People who live in St. Louis are lucky for lots of reasons, not the least of which is KDHX. I know that sounds self-serving, but it's…
Concert review and photos: Umphrey's McGee and STS9 take a jam-packed jam fest to a new level at the Chesterfield Amphitheater, Thursday, August 22
Checkpoints and stealth officers had a heavy presence on the streets in and around Chesterfield, Mo. on Thursday night.
Album review: Sara Bareilles finds her voice on 'The Blessed Unrest'
Sara Bareilles "The Blessed Unrest" Epic It may be tempting to dismiss Sara Bareilles as just another piano-playing pop princess with a couple of polished hits, but to do so…
Chuck Prophet at SXSW 2011
Armed with his Telecaster and a sharp-dressed band, Chuck Prophet took his fans hostage this past Saturday night and did not release them until he had ripped them to shreds…
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