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In front of heavy beats and a spartan stage graced only with a few lone microphone stands and a table reserved for the ubiquitous laptop, five rappers filled the remaining empty space with their quick-fire poetry. In the words of one of the headliners, Killer Mike, this was church. So we paid attention and exalted.

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It's pretty much impossible to pigeonhole New Orleans-based band the Revivalists into any one genre, because their music is truly a fusion -- a delicious mix of rock, soul, funk and jazz with a dash of reggae and even hip-hop thrown in.

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Night Beds returned to Off Broadway Sunday night, stating this was somewhat of a hometown show for them, since their keyboardist/lap steel guitarist hails from St. Louis.

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Monday night at the Firebird had a little bit of everything, from the art-rock band the Red Paintings to the whirlwind set from Austin power-trio Ume to the blistering performance by headlining act ...And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead.

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Sunday was ground zero for roots-based rock at the Old Rock House as Paul Thorn and his band took the stage. The night was primed for what would turn out to be more of a revival than a concert.

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Arthur and the Librarian performed at the West Pool Pavilion for the July 6 edition of Harvest Sessions.

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Dave Matthews Band jammed well into the night at Verizon Wireless Amphitheater on Wednesday, playing a good mix of old and new tunes, including a nice rendition of Tom Petty's "Runnin' Down a Dream."

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Passion and joy for your work is a blessing that was on display Wednesday night at the Pageant. Both the opener, the Lone Bellow, and Brandi Carlile displayed just how much fun and passion musicians can have for entertaining the masses.

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The pre-Fourth of July party at St. Louis' Gramophone brought Austin stalwart Jon Dee Graham to the stage for a night of story and song, showcasing the humor and heart that won Graham the honor of 2006 Austin Musician of the Year.

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Since 1995 Milagro Saints have made southwestern-tinged, alt-rock jams. Not the obvious choice for a band started in New York City, based in Raleigh, N.C., and fronted by a British expat, but it works.

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