Every Monday 7-10 a.m. Central on 88.1 KDHX, Cat Pick hosts "Emotional Rescue," a wide-ranging mix of pop, rock, R&B and so much more.
Electronic musician and dance-party captain Girl Talk, aka Gregg Gillis, returns to St. Louis this summer for LouFest.
If you were to ask Luke Prize who his bandmates were three weeks prior to the Great Grandfathers' album release show, he wouldn't have known the answer.
Every early Tuesday morning, from 5 a.m. to 7 a.m. Central, valis guides 88.1 KDHX listeners through the netherworlds of psychedelic music on "Trip Inside This House."
Even as the openers took the stage shortly after the posted show time, Off Broadway was still a venue half-empty. Not that that mattered to Springfield, Mo.'s the Yowl, as the band served up its punk-influenced rock as a primer for Dum Dum Girls.
Give a man a violin and a looping pedal, and he will give you a wall of sound in return -- if that man is Kishi Bashi, that is.
For most bands, a standing ovation comes after a stellar performance. However, if that band is Crosby, Stills and Nash, the first standing ovation comes, already earned, before a note has been played -- and such ovations reappear throughout the concert.