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Off Broadway's amber glow illuminated the back of Dad Jr. guitarist Zack Sloan's blue-jean vest.

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Downtown venue Voce was the site of the first 88.1 KDHX Musical Merry-Go-Round-welcomed concert of 2013 on Saturday, January 26, featuring St. Louis' own Murder City Players.

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Company of Thieves was back at Off Broadway Friday night, this time with a much more intimate show.

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"I look up at blue sky of perfect lost purity and feel the warp of wood of old America beneath me." An influential passage from "October in the Railroad Earth," written by Jack Kerouac, sums up the exultant vibe of Saturday night's Railroad Earth show at the Pageant.

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The crowd was sweaty (and drunk) and the beats were thumping at artsy-grungy venue 2720 Cherokee last night as Kansas City-based, YouTube-sensation rapper Mac Lethal (aka David McCleary Sheldon) followed three local, rising hip-hop artists with an hour set of his rapid-fire rhymes.

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"This is kind of one of our favorite rooms in the whole country," said Punch Brothers banjoist Noam Pikelny as he looked into the sold-out crowd that lined the rows of the Sheldon Concert Hall for this KDHX-presented show.

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The Sun and the Sea, a five-piece, emo-influenced synth band, opened the night at the Firebird with a short set of tunes which included "Waves" and "Valiant" from 2012's "Vega." "Valiant" came off as drippy, with the droll sentiment, "You are the one, what am I to do?"

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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,…