One of St. Louis' favorite modern, local bluesmen, Jeremiah Johnson, dropped by the KDHX studios with his band for a live session well worth the wait.
Big Harp gnarl and excite with a heavier, urgent, pop edge on their third album, "Waveless." Hear Chris Senseney, Stefanie Drootin-Senseney and Daniel Ocanto show off their pounding and raucous new tones and knack for lyrics and melody live in the KDHX studios.
The Suffers will release their first full-length debut album in February of 2016 through a Kickstarter campaign, but buzz has already been building for the unsigned 10-piece soul group out of Houston.
The Royal Family of Reggae, Morgan Heritage, were kind enough to visit KDHX on their day off to perform a few exclusive, stripped-down versions of three new songs from their 10th album, "Strictly Roots," and chat with Ital-K. The album also marks the first on their own label, Cool To Be Conscious.
Loud and Literary rocker Craig Finn of The Hold Steady has just released his second solo album, "Faith in the Future" on Partisan Records.
The mother and son duo of Madisen Ward and the Mama Bear out of Kansas City, Missouri visited KDHX for an interview and performance of a few songs from their new album, "Skeleton Crew" on Steam-Powered Radio.