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Of all the bands who have played Twangfest over the last 14 years, the Deep Vibration is one of the most controversial. Not because it took the stage and preached politics (that would be another band), berated the audience (yet another band) or destroyed the backline (one mic stand fell over, not a crime).

Published in Music News

A Monday night rock & roll show in St. Louis has the potential to be an uncomfortable experience on both sides of the music; especially if it happens in the long, slate corridor of the Firebird, where Monday-night crowd members might feel isolated standing in that gaping space before the stage.

Published in Reviews

It seems odd to describe an evening as "gentle" which includes a stomping interlude of quasi-southern rock, but that feeling dominates when recalling the night spent with Casey Reeves, Ha Ha Tonka and Rocky Votolato at Off Broadway.

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Two Cow Garage
Sweet Saint Me
Suburban Home Records

The exact year is debatable, but shortly after the plug was pulled on the '90s, punkers had their genre stolen from right under ‘em. The Sum-182 mall brats were popping up left and right, and punks felt cheated. Some went along for the ride, some abruptly jumped ship and some took refuge with another genre that was deeply rooted beneath punk soil: country. Except, naturally, when a bunch of punks play it, it’s going to sound a little more distorted and jarring.

Published in Reviews
Tuesday, 28 September 2010 14:23

American Aquarium 9/28/10

American Aquarium creates heedful alt-country where piano and pedal steel guitar circulate along a background of steady drums and electric guitars. The Raleigh, N.C. band fuses its lyrics of heartaches, mistakes and forces of nature with emotionally charged melodies.

Published in Live Performances
Friday, 11 December 2009 06:20

Webb Wilder 12/11/09

If Webb Wilder were a meal he'd be surf 'n' turf, with a super-sized side order of twangy, tangy polk salad. The King of Swampedelic Rock unplugged in the Magnolia Avenue Studios for an exclusive acoustic session on the Interstate.

Published in Live Performances
Friday, 30 October 2009 06:20

Cornmeal 10/30/09

Chicago-based progressive bluegrass band Cornmeal take the laid-back acoustic groove of the Grateful Dead and mix it with some blazing picking ala New Grass Revival.

Published in Live Performances
Tuesday, 13 October 2009 16:19

William Elliott Whitmore 10/13/09

With a voice as sharp and strong as a plow blade cutting through a stony field, William Elliott Whitmore sings about he knows, and does so with a natural force. Hear the Lee County, Iowa native's exclusive live performance at KDHX.

Published in Live Performances
Tuesday, 22 September 2009 16:19

Richard Buckner 9/22/09

A howling voice, a droning guitar, a floorboard lined with looping gizmos, and a restless lyrical sensibility like few other songwriters: That's Richard Buckner the performer; he brought his one-man, musical hypnosis treatment to KDHX.

Published in Live Performances
Saturday, 15 August 2009 08:17

Trigger 5 8/15/09

St. Louis' rockin' honky tonkers Trigger 5 will make you dance away the day. The band visited the Mid-Day Jamboree for a hard twangin' live session.

Published in Live Performances
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