A pastiche of lounge jazz, metal, choral hymns, and festival band jamming-outs, Voluntary Mother Earth are primarily a wacky prog rock group. Experience "Tokyo's most eclectic avant-rock band" on Mystery Train.
Armed only with an acoustic guitar, a drum machine and his rapier wit, Mike Doughty travels across this land and brings with him an assortment of summery singer-songwriter pop tunes. The former Soul Coughing frontman warmed up the Space Parlour during an exclusive in-studio performance.
Despite its gloomy name, Darker My Love creates sunny psychedelic jams with bright dueling guitars and dreamy repetition. The Los Angeles quartet rolled into Trip Inside This House for an exclusive live set.
Just what goes on in a Ninja Academy? If this LA-based band is any indication, a hooded-head-spinning assault of drum and bass, classical music, and sword-sharp guitar. Get the full curriculum during this live performance at KDHX.
Hailing from frosty Fargo, N.D., Gumbi unleashes torrents of aggression through their particular brand of punk. The trio offered up a frenetic performance in the KDHX studios.
Hailing from the not-too-distant land of Carbondale, Ill., Gods on Safari raped, pillaged and plundered their way into St. Louis with their destructive brand of hardcore noisiness. Does anything remain standing of the Magnolia Avenue? Find out by streaming their fervent set.
Simple yet engaging, the minimal math rock of Mellified Man is at both times confounding and thunderous. The Saint Louis two-piece brought the instrumental noise to Spazztick during an exclusive in-studio performance.
With rhythmic, chunky guitar licks and braying vocal meandering, Gold brought its brand of choppy Chicago rock to St. Louis for a live session at KDHX.
With a danceable mix of heavy funk grooves and diverse instrumentation, Starlight Mints are a perfect match for Trip Inside This House. The band performed a live session for a very psychedelic morning drive.
With up-tempo power-pop beats and punchy bass lines, New Zealand post punks Cut Off Your Hands stopped by the Magnolia Avenue studio for an exclusive in-studio performance.
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Sleater-Kinney is my favorite band (I think).