Diarrhea Planet isn't the type of band to pull their punches and it's not the type for subtlety.
It's been a great year for rock 'n' roll records released by your friends and neighbors. Here are the ones I really liked.
There's never a shortage of great local artists, and we play many of them here and often. This list totals up all of the most played St. Louis releases from 2014.
You can have your Pandoras, Spotifies and Pirate Bays: St. Louis rock band Bruiser Queen, based in the duo of Morgan Nusbaum and Jason Potter, still believes in the power of good, old, analog frequency modulation to thrill and inspire -- and there's nothing quite like hearing a song like "On the Radio" on, yes, the radio. But a download is pretty sweet too.
The stroll to downtown St. Louis' City Museum consists of cracked and cobbled stones that prove themselves ankle-twisters after several libations. Their unsteady ground further rumbled under foot as an unseen siren's wail emanated from the building the path surrounds.