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Concert review: Powder Mill (with the Dock Ellis Band) make a small bang at Off Broadway, Friday, May 23
In the tradition of David Allan Coe and Waylon Jennings, Powder Mill tries to shoot their own brand of outlaw Southern rock into the mainstream. On Friday night at Off Broadway, the band missed the target.
Concert review: Geographer (with Bear Hive) maps out a panoramic sound at Off Broadway, Thursday, May 22
Michael Deni's efforts to galvanize the woozy Off Broadway crowd coalesced into a flagrant one-two punch. He bopped around the stage with straight shoulders and buoyant legs, eventually plunging into the crowd who finally shook itself out of the Thursday…
Eels at the Sheldon Concert Hall
Five years ago this week Eels released "Hombre Loco" a distortion-heavy treatise on desire where band mastermind Mark Oliver Everett -- he goes by E. -- frantically declared, "All I can do is feel feel feel" on "Lilac Breeze."
Concert review: Wild Belle (with Caught a Ghost) drops dub-style beats at the Old Rock House, Monday, May 19
The last time Chicago's Wild Belle was in St. Louis was during LouFest 2013. Unfortunately, I could not attend, as I was too busy head banging to Jim James solos at the opposite stage. But I'm glad I forwent that…
Wye Oak (with BRAIDS) takes shoegaze rock to new heights at the Old Rock House, Sunday, May 18
Wye Oak creates big shoegaze songs using a more minimalist route, but somehow manages to create the largest sound you've ever heard.
Concert review: Grieves (with SonReal and Fearce Vill) soothes a rambunctious crowd at the Firebird, Saturday, May 17
The Firebird opened its doors a little early for the all-ages show Saturday and the ambitiously punctual crowd filled the floors, eager to welcome a night of northwestern hip-hop. Headlined by Seattle's eternally boy-faced Grieves, the night also featured Fearce…
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