Every Tuesday, Darren Snow gets up at 6 a.m. to do the only thing he'd get up that early for: to host "Rocket 88" on KDHX from 7-10 a.m. Central.
Carlos Jove hosts "Latin Hemispheres" every Sunday from 1-3 a.m. Central, providing a variety of Latin tunes for late-night listeners.
Chris Hansen has been involved in the music business his entire professional life, and he loves it.
Tim Rakel hosts "Mystery Train" every Monday from 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. Central with playlists that look disconnected on paper but sound cohesive on air.
It's possible that the three men who make up St. Louis band Estevan moonlight as a comedy trio, but fortunately that isn't apparent in their music.
Jacob Detering wears a lot of different hats. His musical and technical skills allow him to fit into whatever role is necessary as he works to help artists create, complete and distribute their albums.
"All the bands involved are genuinely excited about being involved. It's kind of something that's bigger than all of us," Matt Stuttler says of Garagefest, the three-day festival scheduled to take place February 21-23 at the Heavy Anchor.
Writing charming and infectious pop is nothing new for Canadian sisters Tegan and Sara Quin, but seven albums later they're still finding ways to change their sound.
When St. Louis' noisy-folk quartet Theodore ended, Justin Kinkel-Schuster went down to Mississippi to record some songs with his friend Andrew Bryant. This endeavor lead to what became the first batch of Water Liars songs.