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Festival review and photos: Going strong in its 13th year, Bonnaroo delivers all-star lineup of music and comedy, including a historic performance by Sir Paul McCartney
Sitting in the dank, humid depths of a sad Porta Potty on day three of Bonnaroo, a poor soul sits and contemplates his life with a beer in one hand…
Album review: The National stays the course, succeeds on 'Trouble Will Find Me'
The National "Trouble Will Find Me" 4AD I get it, Internet. The National is not a "fun" band.
Festival review and photos: The show goes on at Wakarusa 2013 with Langhorne Slim, Gogol Bordello, Icona Pop, Snoop Lion and Amon Tobin, days 3-4, June 1-2
Friday night saw an entire night of rainfall, and the super cell storm that would be later confirmed to have created the largest tornado in recorded history left Mulberry Mountain…
Father John Misty at the Firebird
The backdrop pinned onstage consisted of a nude Josh Tillman standing in a golden arch encapsulated by a rainbow, in space. And that is Father John Misty: Irreverent, free-spirited and…
Eilen Jewell at Twangfest 17
Twangfest's third night took a string-heavy turn into traditional country territory. Local band Half Knots opened the night with a set of heartbroken songs given melancholy power by Danny Kathriner's…
Concert review: Sam Bush validates newgrass paternity test and Cardinals loyalty at the Old Rock House, Thursday, June 6
On March 30, 2010 the proud sons and daughters of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, acting through their elected representatives, approved a resolution designating Sam Bush as "The Father of Newgrass…
Concert review: Foals (with Palace and Brother Nature at the Halo Bar) unfurls wide-open rock at the Pageant, Friday, June 7
This review must begin with a note spelling out to readers that I am at fault for the confusion over Surfer Blood's start time. When I strolled in, I thought…
Todd Snider at Twangfest 17
The word "hippie" has a bad connotation. Hippies don't mind because that's the way of the hippie. In fact hippies love to call themselves hippies.
Album review: Vampire Weekend ages boldly, gracefully on 'Modern Vampires of the City'
Vampire Weekend "Modern Vampires of the City" XL Recordings Eschewing Paul Simon's "Graceland" comparisons to soar through pop, gospel and folk, Vampire Weekend contemplates the timelessness of getting older on…
Concert review: Cold War Kids (with Healing Powers) burst open the seams of hearts and the walls of Plush on Monday, June 3
"I was supposed to do great things," cries Cold War Kids vocalist Nathan Willett on "Miracle Mile," the opening track of "Dear Miss Lonelyhearts," their fourth full-length record. It's a…
Concert review: Darwin Deez (with Crushed Out and Bo and the Locomotive) play 'crabcore' rock at the Demo, Sunday, June 2
It was a hell of a weekend for music lovers of St. Louis. On Friday James Murphy came to town and induced a feral dance party at 110 BPM, while…
Festival review: Through the mud, mire and massive storms, Wakarusa perseveres, Day 1, May 30
While Mulberry Mountain could have technically been described as a disaster area, Wakarusa 2013 ended on a high note with incredible performances in an incredible atmosphere.
Concert review: Gogol Bordello and Act Rights twist through the tornado with rebellious love at the Pageant, Friday, May 31
What did people say about Woodstock? If you can remember it all you weren't actually there? Same goes for a Gogol Bordello show. If you somehow avoided the Eastern dance…
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