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A modest crowd at Off Broadway was treated to a very surprising show on Friday night, featuring an all St. Louis line-up with Brothers Lazaroff, the Fog Lights and Whoa Thunder.

Published in Music News
Monday, 28 December 2015 00:00

88.1 KDHX Top Local Spins of 2015

There's never a shortage of great local artists, and we play many of them on KDHX and often. This list totals up the most played St. Louis releases from 2015.

Published in Music News
Tuesday, 22 September 2015 01:23

Brothers Lazaroff 9/22/15

A music staple of St. Louis since 2009, Brothers Lazaroff delivered new songs from their album, 'Day and Night,' live on the KDHX airwaves.

Published in Live Performances

Hypnotic, lush and exhilirating, the latest from Brothers Lazaroff builds upon the veteran St. Louis band's soul and psych-influenced sound with horns, strings and synths. It's the kind of song that just might stay on your mind "Day and Night." 

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It was 1995 all over again on Saturday at Off Broadway as Twangfest celebrated the twentieth anniversaries of Wilco and Son Volt - the descendants of local legend Uncle Tupelo - with a concert of their debut albums, played track-for-track, back-to-back.

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Eight bands from St. Louis paid tribute to one of the grand masters of songwriting on Saturday night at Off Broadway. And they all did Leonard Cohen's poetry proud.

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Brothers Lazaroff were the featured performers for Saturday's Harvest Sessions.

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Longtime friends Elizabeth McQueen and Brothers Lazaroff have been collaborating and performing together on-and-off for years, and recently they've joined forces for a jazzy, hip-hoppy remix EP called "The Laziest Remix." Discover a new sound in the form of Elizabeth McQueen Meet Brothers Lazaroff.

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A good tribute show occurs on a narrow road bordered by nostalgia and cover-band schlock. The road gets slippery when the band being honored was a batch of local boys done good. For the second Uncle Tupelo tribute show in just over three years, eight St. Louis bands kept it on the road while having a hell of a lot of fun.

Published in Reviews
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