The members of Vancouver-based Americana band Po' Girl tour across a sprawling land nearly all year. Their songs and sound are often inspired by the scenes outside the windows as they truck on towards the next city.
Meet powerhouse nu-jazz and neo-soul vocalist Audra Angelique, a St. Louis transplant who's taken well to her new surroundings, and is making her KDHX debut on the Rhythm Section.
Feeling nostalgic for the bands you heard in the basement of a friend's house? Sighing for lukewarm keg beer and a strong urge to dance and shout along with lyrics you've never heard before? Minus the beer, here's the next best thing: a live performance from Drink Up Buttercup on KDHX.
Tap your foot with the recently reunited, St. Louis-based, and aptly named River City Buskers. You'll be yearning for a front porch to sip a beverage and nod along to the beat during their live session.
To categorize Benjy Ferree's music would be a disservice to the listener. It's more fun to listen and pick out the bits and pieces of familiarity that glint out from the lyrics and riffs. Try it with the Washington, D.C. artist's session for Coin-Operated Radio.
You've heard of the human beat box -- it's darned impressive. KDHX wants to up the ante and increase your musical experience with Lipbone Redding and the Lipbone Orchestra, as they jam on the Other One.
"Heavy metal harp solo" is not a phrase used on a regular basis, but Harptallica bridges the worlds of classical and metal, acoustic refinement and head banging, with an idiosyncratic instrumental approach.
Don't be fooled by the pre-Raphaelite face, the doe eyes, the wispy smile -- Eilen Jewell knows how to rock. And rockabilly, croon and swing while she's at it.
Monahans summon the sounds of the not so distant past: R.E.M., the Police and U2, but they set their influences in a solitary landscape evocative of the west Texas sand hills of their name.