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It's 1 a.m. and Mardi Gras World is still kicking. Spring breakers and locals alike are packed tight to see some of today's top acts in EDM, hip-hop and indie rock. With shows starting at dusk and ending at three in the morning, the two-day festival known as Buku only got more crowded and more rowdy as the night progressed.

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Canadian sister-group, Tegan and Sara, took the Pageant stage in front of a sold-out crowd on Sunday night.

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Female vocals, samples, blips, clicks, beats, love-lorn milieus, melodies and musical formations familiar, yet different -- as if filtered through the air waves of a '70s and early '80s radio station -- played for the ears and eyes of a sold-out crowd at the Pageant for headliners Tegan and Sara.

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An intense gathering of headbangers spanning multiple generations, Sunday night's show at Pop's featured four of the sweatiest, loudest and hairiest live acts working today.

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Walking in to the sampled ad-infitum percussion of "Apache" and spotting Kangol complementing a Dookie rope chain, I'd arrived to a Coliseum full of hip-hop's golden-era purists eagerly anticipating the presence of a living legend -- William Michael Griffin Jr., aka Rakim.

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A line of 50 people stood before the entrance of the Firebird some time around 8:30 p.m. Steeped in the well-known buzz of "stoked," they chatted amicably amongst themselves and fellow waiters.

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A haze descended over the audience as the lights rose over Yonder Mountain String Band on Friday evening at the Pageant. The night was filled with a groove that could be placed somewhere between the Grateful Dead and the classic bluegrass of Flatt and Scruggs, with country melodies and a musical muscle evident in jam-band circles. Dancers, drinks and bona-fide hippies took delight in all the sights and sounds.

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The Old Rock House seemed calm towards the beginning of the night, with just enough people to fill the outer booths of the lower level. As the night went on, however, the venue slowly filled up for the two bands that brought their indie New York sounds to St. Louis.

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"Beautiful" isn't a word you often hear applied to the twelve-tone music of the Second Viennese School, but I can't think of a better one to describe the performance of Alban Berg's 1935 "Violin Concerto" by soloist James Ehnes and the symphony under David Robertson Friday morning.

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Yonder Mountain String Band returned to St. Louis Friday night for a two-night stand at the Pageant.

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