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Concert review: El Monstero greets the apocalypse with Pink Floyd at the Pageant, Friday, December 21
With 17 bandmates in place and a set-up rivaling anything I've seen at the Pageant, Mark Thomas Quinn rode his podium over 30 feet above the sold-out and bustling mass…
Concert review: Local H (with Animal Empty) almost starts a holiday riot at the Firebird, Friday, December 21
Animal Empty opened the raucous evening at the Firebird with a gothic set of tunes helmed by vocalist and multi-instrumentalist, Ali Ruby. The four-piece band slid from heavy post-rock verses…
Concert review: Symphony Orchestra and Holiday Festival Chorus shine in Christmas pops at Powell Hall, Friday through Sunday, December 21-23
The tradition of the holiday “pops” program is a well-established one with orchestras these days, and Friday night’s concert was just what you’d expect: yuletide classics, a guest performer (pop…
Concert review: Gateway Men's Chorus delivers chai entertainment at 560 Music Center, Friday and Saturday, December 14 and 15
This year the Gateway Men’s Chorus tempted Santa with potato latkes instead of his usual milk and cookies.  Blending the traditions of two great festivals of light, Christmas and Hanukkah,…
Camp Lo at Lola
On Saturday night Lola was bustling and full of life long before the music started. People came in dressed to impress with nostalgic late '90s style and quickly scattered around…
Concert review: Cory Chisel and the Wandering Sons (with Derek Hoke and Tim Gebauer) balance introspection with barroom rock, elicit nudity at Off Broadway, Friday, December 14
St. Louis native and legend Tim Gebauer opened with a three-piece band, including an electric guitarist and a female keyboard player. With ties to Sleepy Kitty and a personal desire…
Peter Martin and Romero Lubambo at the Sheldon
On a cold winter's night, the soothing sounds of Brazilian finger-style guitar and festive New Orleans jazz warmed up St. Louis as Peter Martin returned to the Sheldon with friend…
Silversun Pickups at Peabody Opera House
In August 2009 and June 2010 I thought I was going to see Silversun Pickups. They were on the bill for festivals I was going to, I had circled them…
Book review: 'Fargo Rock City,' A book report on a neo-classic and why heavy metal matters
Chuck Klosterman began writing "Fargo Rock City: A Heavy Metal Odyssey in Rural Nörth Daköta" in 1998 while working for a newspaper in Akron, Ohio. In a 2011 interview with…
Album review: Old Man Luedecke proves himself on 'Tender Is the Night'
"Tender Is the Night" Old Man Luedecke True North "Tender Is the Night" is the fifth solo collection from Old Man (Chris) Luedecke, and it feels like some of the…
Concert review: A beautifully Baroque 'Messiah' with the St. Louis Symphony at Powell Hall, Friday through Sunday, December 7-9
When a performance of Handel’s oratorio “Messiah” includes a countertenor among the soloists and a theorbo (a giant-sized lute with open bass strings for a fuller sound) in the orchestra,…
Album Review: The Zolas' subtle, addictive 'Ancient Mars'
The Zolas "Ancient Mars" Light Organ Records Oh, Canada. I've always thought that Canada and St. Louis have a lot in common. Both experience frigid winters, both are relegated in…
Spose at Fubar
Perhaps it was simply an early show on a Tuesday or perhaps there just wasn't enough exposure and promotion, but St. Louis did not show up to support Spose and…
Concert review and set list: Coheed and Cambria (with the Dear Hunter) makes up for lost time at Pop's, Sunday, December 2
Featuring overture interludes that wouldn't be out of place during a long shot of the Tantive IV, a few moms vying for a better view of Claudio Sanchez's sprawling mane…
Album review: Nothing better than Tim O'Brien and Darrell Scott on 'We're Usually a Lot Better Than This'
Tim O'Brien and Darrell Scott "We're Usually a Lot Better than This" Full Lights In 2000 Tim O'Brien and Darrell Scott released "Real Time," a gorgeous album of duets by…
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