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If you have never seen the Carolina Chocolate Drops live, you must immediately fill up your biggest thermos with tar-black coffee, get in the car and follow them to Indianapolis for their gig on Saturday.

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Fidlar opened the night to a thinly gathered crowd. While super tight and fun to watch, I just couldn't get over their similarity to Jay Reatard's entire back catalogue.

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Kentucky Knife Fight cut into Thursday night with a vengeance. The local punk/blues/all-around-gritty-rock-n-roll band set the tone for the night that was thankfully met by Heavy Cream.

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Atlanta-based band the Constellations welcomed a crowd of Matisyahu fans with their special blend of hip hop and grunge rock at the Pageant on Wednesday evening.

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Memories were made and lives were changed on Wednesday night thanks to Matisyahu and his songs of love, perseverance, acceptance and thankfulness.

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The Magnetic Fields have amassed an army of loyal followers, and each one of us appreciates them for a different aspect of their eclectic catalogue.

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Sarah Jaffe played at the Old Rock House Tuesday night, opening for State Radio. It was a very mellow start to the evening, which quickly changed as soon as State Radio took the stage.

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A solo Ted Leo opened the evening at the Pageant with a quiver of power-pop tunes.

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St. Louis music fans were treated to some classics Tuesday night at Off Broadway. The Skeletons kicked off the night with some hilarious numbers, including "Waiting for My Gin to Hit Me."

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