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Album review: Elephant crafts an ethereal debut on 'Sky Swimming'
Elephant "Sky Swimming" Memphis Industries Amelia Rivas and Christian Pinchbeck of the UK band Elephant describe their sound as "nocturnal, lo-fi, bedroom dreamy beach pop," and the release of their first full-length album "Sky Swimming" embodies that description without question.
Concert review: The Milk Carton Kids (with Brian Wright) harmonize through interruptions at the Sheldon Concert Hall, Tuesday, April 15
The Milk Carton Kids' performance at the Sheldon Concert Hall on Tuesday was sweet and sour from the start: sweet by way of the music, and sour by way of some members of the audience.
Royal Southern Brotherhood at Wanee Festival 2014
The brainchild of Allman Brothers Band drummer Butch Trucks, the Wanee Music Festival celebrated its 10th Anniversary this year, with ABB headlining two nights. Nearly 30,000 fans flocked to the bucolic Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park in Live Oak,…
Concert review: Ben Folds and the St. Louis Symphony unfold impressive, playful set at Powell Hall, Sunday, April 13
"This is a song about … well, I don’t really know," says Ben Folds early in his show at Powell Hall, smiling, smirking even, at the packed theatre.
William Elliott Whitmore at Off Broadway
The old devil is at it again. For a simple farm-to-stage musician, William Elliott Whitmore can make a helluva lot of noise.
Concert review: Reverend Horton Heat (with Deke Dickerson) revs up the past, present and future of rockabilly at Plush, Thursday, April 10
To know what Reverend Horton Heat is, you have to know rockabilly, the genre of music arising out of direct lineage to the rock 'n' roll, country and R&B of the '50s.
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