The Riverfront Times just announced a full slate of awards in its annual Best of St. Louis edition -- and five 88.1 KDHX DJs stepped into the winner's circle.
Stealing your heart -- and a few beers from the fridge -- Lydia Loveless is like the girlfriend who jacks your El Camino and leaves you in the dust. Then, for some reason you still love her for it.
Floating somewhere in the bayou between Tom Waits and the Replacements is Felix, a lo-fi swamp punk band with a raunchy sound that'll get your stagnant waters a rolling.
Luther Dickinson is the heart and soul of heavy country blues band the North Mississippi Allstars. For this session, Luther flies solo, with just his weathered moan and stormy slide guitar in tow.
How do you expand a career that includes stints with bands like the Gun Club, the Cramps and the Bad Seeds? If you're Kid Congo Powers you lead the Pink Monkey Birds into uncharted rock & roll skies.
Led by Chris Powers, formerly of St. Louis band the 7 Shot Screamers, the Griddle Kids play old timey country blues, with hints of gospel and folk, while tapping into the energy of their punk and rockabilly roots.
Red Mouth is the nom-de-blues of Eric Gebhardt, a Biloxi, Mississippi, native who approaches the Delta sound with punk rock intensity. He performed live on Bob's Scratchy Records.
Quirky and soulful, Irene Allen has been making her mark on the alternative country scene with the Round-Ups and as a solo artist.