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Saturday was opening day of the Tower Grove Farmers' Market and the launch of the seventh season of KDHX's Harvest Sessions series of acoustic concerts.

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Some of the best local musicians in St. Louis congregated on the Off Broadway stage Friday night to celebrate the release of Grace Basement's latest album, "Wheel Within a Wheel."

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Teenage punk duo Skating Polly performed at the Firebird on Tuesday night, performing in St. Louis for the second time this year.

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Seattle band, Pickwick, exploded onto the Off Broadway stage Thursday night, quickly shaking the crowd out of a daze brought on by the cold rain falling outside.

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When royalty comes to town, they tend to make waves. Dick Dale, the King of Surf Guitar, doused his willing subjects in waves of reverb as he held court at the Blueberry Hill Duck Room.

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A sparse audience of sleepy-looking loners and softly chatting couples sat at the high tables on the edges of the main room at the Old Rock House. The local guys of Tone Rodent climbed onstage, each of them either tuning strings or tweaking knobs or putting on a good don't-give-a-shit face.

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Masked but not quite anonymous, Swedish experimental band Goat put on a spectacular, light show-lit concert at the Old Rock House on Wednesday night.

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Fans sporting tattoos, beanies, backwards hats and dark clothing crowded into the Pageant ready for a sold-out Deftones show. Never have I seen (in recent memory) so many sleeved-up men and women. It made my own tattoos (also on display) seem oddly normal, their counter-culture aspect weirdly nullified by the inky surroundings.

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Unexpectedly prompt to the stage, with signature essay writing service hate-it-or-love-it bedhead hair and eyes wide shut, Danny Brown transformed the Old Rock House into pure bedlam.

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For a show headlined by a punk band called the Men, Sunday night at the Firebird was surprisingly civil. Sets started on time, if not even a few minutes early, and the small pit in the front only included those who cared to join. It really was a pleasant way to enjoy punk music.

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