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Concert review: Purity Ring (with Blue Hawaii) flood the night with ethereal electro at Plush, Saturday, April 6
Both levels of Plush stood packed to the gills with fans waiting to see the blissed-out power of two Canadian male/female electronic duos: the Purity Ring and Blue Hawaii.
Matt Bishop of Hey Marseilles at Off Broadway
"Are you all doing all right?" Hey Marseilles' Matt Bishop asked his audience about halfway through his band's set at Off Broadway. "Let us know if you need anything."
Concert review: St. Louis Symphony reloads 'The Matrix' at Powell Hall Friday and Saturday, April 5 and 6
A contemporary composer conducting the symphony in a program of his own music isn’t usually the sort of thing that generates long lines, either at the box office or at the rest rooms during intermission.
Festival review: Middle of the Map (night 2) unravels with Dots Not Feathers, Grizzly Bear, Iceage and JEFF the Brotherhood, Friday, April 5
As night descends on Kansas City and Middle of the Map Fest, St. Louis' Dots Not Feathers and their assorted company of boyfriends and friends wait outside the Riot Room for load-in. It is 6:30 p.m. before the crew hauls…
Monophonics at the Old Rock House
Since forming in 2005, Monophonics have been known as one of San Francisco's foremost funk and retro-soul groups and Big Brother Thunder and the MasterBlasters have been putting some shake and bump into their home St. Louis audiences for a…
Concert review: A Day to Remember (with Of Mice and Men) blend melody with cacophony at a sold-out Pageant, Wednesday, April 3
Of Mice and Men's ectomorphic lead singer, Austin Carlile, strode on stage and perched atop one of three platforms a group of roadies had set up moments earlier. He smiled a toothy smile as the rest of the band slinked…
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Karate Bikini is an eight piece ensemble who's members hail from St. Louis and the metro area. They are a large band with a large sound. Their latest album A Simpler Sugar is full of upbeat pop songs,…

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