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Written by Dave Hamilton and Clarence Paul, and recorded by Marvin Gaye in 1964, "Purple Snowflakes" isn't known as a holiday classic, even though it really should be. St. Louis band Rough Shop updates the dreamy, jazzy, psychedelic sound with a cover that's both faithful and fully inspired.

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At the close of an intense and emotionally-charged week in St. Louis, Jay Farrar – one of the city's most lauded musicians and prolific songwriters – provided respite with an intimate solo show at the Old Rock House.

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Julian Lage and Chris Eldridge
"Avalon"
+180 Records

The cover photo of this disc is a composite of Julian Lage and Chris Eldridge, one image overlaid on the other. It's hard to see who belongs to which hands, or which head goes with which shirt, and indeed, the music on this disc continues in that vein -- they play so closely together, it is as if the two minds have become one. It's unreal.

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In band years, 16 orbits of the sun is an eternity. Formidable and formative alternative-country group 6 String Drag is finally back with new music, notably the guitar-surfing "Drive Around Town," a representative slice of twangy cruising life from the Raleigh, North Carolina veterans.

Published in Music News
Monday, 17 November 2014 13:00

Falling Fences 11/17/14

While not all the members of Falling Fences are St. Louis natives, their sound is a much a part of our historic city as the river.

Published in Live Performances
Sunday, 16 November 2014 13:00

The Tillers 11/16/14

The Tillers bring their history in punk and hardcore to their new Americana sound, with the thump and urgency of the former melded with the history and instrumentation of the latter.

Published in Live Performances

Sean Watkins
"All I Do Is Lie"
Roaring Girl

If you were a musician and needed a place to hide -- say you're on the run from an angry spouse or the revenue man -- you might consider standing next to Chris Thile.

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The Lowest Pair has a timeless old-time sound. Promo photos aside, Kendl Winter and Palmer T. Lee make no pretensions to authenticity. On a track like "Moving On," the beauty of their harmonies and intricate banjo-and-fiddle arrangements speaks for itself.

Published in Music News

Austin's song-smith Jess Klein took the stage at Evangeline's on Wednesday night, playing an intimate set that showcased her vocal and lyrical range.

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