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The word is out that Lee Fields can still pack a punch. The retro-soul powerhouse returned to St. Louis and delivered a wallop to new and returning fans.

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St. Louis' own Brown Bottle Fever celebrated the release of its new album, "Two Piece Prison," with a rousing night of local live music at Off Broadway on Saturday, March 23.

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The crowd filled the lobby of the Touhill Performing Arts Center in waves, pouring down the stairs in a cascade of diversity.

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There is a haze of cigarette smoke and coffee stains as the memories of a few hours ago settle in. This midnight oil burns as daylight starts to arise. The songs of Chris Knight, Cody Canada and Evan Felker are a not-so-distant memory.

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The bros sporting their headache-inducing shirts, the raver girls wearing their psychedelic furry boots and suburban youth with their pasty faces occupied the compact mosh pit at the Pageant. It was going to be an interesting night. Making its debut performance in St. Louis, Major Lazer was determined to get everybody in the joint jumping and at least one girl to p-pop on a handstand.

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After dimly-lit sets by Paul Devro and Lunice, an animated short played on a screen counting down the arrival of Major Lazer.

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The Demo feels like a church's basement. Visitors to the club enter another dimension where worship is optional since a basement avoids the light of day.

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With only two earnest SXSW Music nights left, and an overstuffed head of unforgettable memories and music, I set out with a now insatiable appetite for more. More venues, more music, more Austin, as much as possible, as much as I could live; the unfortunate end to the sheer dreamlike sequence I'd been savoring was looming.

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The Twangfest day parties at South By Southwest, presented by KDHX, moved locations to the legendary Broken Spoke for the 2013 festivities, and although the stages were different, the good times rolled on.

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Karate Bikini - A Simpler Sugar

Wed November 26
Karate Bikini is an eight piece ensemble who's members hail from St. Louis and the metro area. They are a large band with a large sound. Their latest album A Simpler Sugar is full of upbeat pop songs,…