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Thursday evening found the Pixies playing to a packed room at the Peabody Opera House in St. Louis. Beneath dramatic stage lighting, Black Francis and his crew stormed the stage and wasted no time kicking their set into high gear.

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The third annual LouFest music festival in Forest Park took place this past Saturday and Sunday, with some of the best acts in pop, rock, hip hop and electronic music.

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I am still finding pieces of confetti in my hair and clothes as I type this, remnants of a wet and wild weekend at LouFest 2012 in Forest Park.

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The year 2011 doesn't end with one giant stand-out album, but a pool of admirable work. A list of 20 favorites would have been so much easier. This list was dictated by my mood during one week in December. Ask me in a month, and it could be different.

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My top albums this year all seem to have a return to a rock ethos. There was a certain vibe of retro cool that permeated my favorites from 2011, like amped-up echoes of past artists but channeled into something new.

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The film Martha Marcy May Marlene unfolds as awkwardly as its awful title. In other words, the identity confusion signaled by these four first names for one woman spills over into the disjointed plot. It begins with Martha's escape from a cult and her subsequent struggle to readjust with sister Lucy's help, intercut with flashbacks to her brainwashing experiences.

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Retro indie-pop band Cults has come a long way since its sparsely attended performance at the Luminary a year ago.

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Cults took the stage last night at the Firebird and it was as if Christmas came early. 

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Wednesday, 03 August 2011 18:15

Cults 8/3/11

A marriage of '50s doo-wop and '80s synthpop, Cults has nearly cornered the summer sing-a-long market. Driving beats, fuzzy guitars and bright keys make for a sound that's old and new, joyous but wistful.

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