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Peabody Opera House welcomed the addictive sounds of Passion Pit to the stage on Tuesday night.

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Garagefest -- a three-day music festival at South St. Louis' Heavy Anchor -- took place February 21-23, drawing 16 bands from far and near to celebrate the raw sounds of garage pop and punk rock.

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An all-local bill at the Firebird on Saturday brought a few St. Louis favorites to the stage, including Wildeyed, Union Tree Review, Palace and Dots Not Feathers.

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Single file, in darkness, Meshuggah, the titans of metal and originators of djent, seized the stage; en masse, in black, the crowd was baptized.

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The "late" set at Jazz at the Bistro starts at 9:30 p.m., about the time other jazz clubs are getting ready to open.

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Ponce de Leon may not have found the fountain of youth, but hardcore-thrash crossover band Dirty Rotten Imbeciles proved that spending 30 years in the thrash zone is the next best thing.

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The greatest foe of the musicians who played Tuesday night at the Gramophone was the slew of libations administered by the bartenders.

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Samantha Crain stopped by the Gramophone Tuesday night to celebrate the release of her new album, "Kid Face."

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Monday night at the Firebird was full of deja vu, with bands performing that I had either seen many times before or could have sworn I had.

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