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The Corin Tucker Band came through St. Louis last night, performing at the Firebird in support of their latest album, "Kill My Blues."

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It was nothing but good news for the Corin Tucker Band, playing for a small but enthusiastic crowd at the Firebird. Opening song "No Bad News Tonight" from the new album "Kill My Blues" set the tone for a night of gimmick-free rock 'n' roll fused with tight pop-punk and straight-up guitar rock.

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Toronto's Metric is a rare band that can bring a lot of different kinds of music fans together -- I often marvel at the variety of pro-Metric people just in my own circle of friends.

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Catching a show on the artistically fertile but sometimes shadowy Cherokee Street is always an unpredictable experience. A new gallery or venue seems to pop up every couple of months, replacing the empty carcass of a similarly creative but now defunct loft space.

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An act can gauge its fan base by a weeknight show. If Tuesday night's crowd at the Firebird says anything, it says that Astronautilus has a loyal following here in St. Louis.

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The September 29, 2012 edition of Harvest Sessions featured a performance by Farshid Etniko.

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Off Broadway welcomed the kid-friendly sounds of Suzi Shelton and Little Miss Ann to St. Louis on Saturday, September 29.

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Opening the show on Saturday night at Plush was Los Angeles-based Détective, a band consisting of former Guided by Voices bassist James Greer on vocals and guitar, Guylaine Vivarat who covered the low end and contributed vocals and Chris Dunn behind the kit.

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Coming off the release of "New Multitudes," their Woody Guthrie tribute album with Jay Farrar and Yim Yames, Will Johnson and Anders Parker had played casual but tight sets in living rooms and alternative spaces without P.A. systems for seventeen straight nights before Saturday's performance to a small but dedicated audience at Off Broadway.

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The towering glass double doors at Plush which separate the music venue from the restaurant offered an entrance to a time machine. Everything appeared to be normal, but as the canned sounds of classic R&B and rock 'n' roll poured from the speakers above, a gradual, hypnotic wash began to fall over all within earshot.

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