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Ded Bugs know how to deliver a pop-punk blast. They shout with glee, sneer through underground 'zine culture and trash Beach Boys melodies just for the heck of it. The Desoto, Mo. band splattered all over Super Fun Happy Hour.
The blur and buzz of guitars may announce that Hayden stresses the latter half of "folk rock," but don't overlook his acoustic country soul. The Ontario native played an exclusive set for KDHX advance of his opening slot for Feist at the Pageant.
It isn't everyday you hear a Beatles tune transformed into acoustic, fiddle-driven gypsy jazz, but with Swing DeVille almost any musical genre is fair game. The St. Louis band went Down Yonder to perform tracks off their 2008 album "Spectator Swing."
Former Screaming Trees drummer Mark Pickerel brought his twangy, darkly expressive songs of love, lust, the road and outlaw philosophy to the KDHX studios.
What would Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band sound like if they cut their teeth on the mean streets of St. Louis? A little bit like John Henry & the Engine, who put an acoustic spin on their anthemic rock, live in the KDHX studios.
With a recipe of two parts dub, one part reggae and funk to taste, St. Louis' Dub Kitchen celebrated its 10th anniversary together in the KDHX studios.
BuzzMedia announces layoffs at Spin magazine. Print edition remains in doubt.
Whether it's chemically, electrically or organically produced -- or induced for that matter -- the heavy rock of Buffalo Killers' "Dig. Sow. Love. Grow." packs a wallop.
Josh Ritter performs six songs solo acoustic, live in the Magnolia Avenue Studios of KDHX.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame names Chuck Berry the latest "American Music Master."