With driving guitar riffs juxtaposed against serene, floating vocal melodies, St. Louis' own dozemarypool graced and grunged the Space Parlour.
Emerging from the depths of Springfield, Mo., power rockers Speakeasy are an amalgam of folky blues, groovy funk, and energetic, driving rock and roll. The band joined James Mullins on Stumble in the Dark.
The heir of a long family line of Americana instrumentalists and songsmiths, Chris Scruggs was born with twang pulsing through every vein. Discover whether he is a worthy successor by streaming his exclusive in-studio performance on the Back Country.
Punctuated with sections of ambient minimalism, Tambersauro's densely layered post-punk instrumentation creates a conduit through which spoken-, whispered-, and often screamed-word poetry flows. The Houston natives offered a solid performance on Spazztick.
Eschewing traditional verse-chorus-verse structures to maintain a single musical phrase for entire songs, Cave creates tracks that are like blank canvases on which an onslaught of psychedelic improvisation is painted.
With dueling guitar trills racing at breakneck speeds in perfect synchronicity, Upsilon Acrux's songs are as much acts of endurance and stamina as they are displays of technical prowess and instrumental virtuosity. The Los Angeles quintet brought their noisy math to Spazztick.
If the paradoxical name Sine Nomine (Latin for "without a name") is at all indicative of the wonderfully convoluted and hectic sound, they are a perfect match for Spazztick. The St. Louis trio transmits a forceful brand of metal over the airwaves and into our welcoming auditory nerves.