By 7:30, Plush was busier than I'd seen it in a long while. Most in the crowd had already pushed forward and claimed their spots right in front of the stage or grabbed one of the few seats in the balcony.
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What happens when you mix one part Spiritualized, equal parts Pavement and Thurston Moore, a dash of late-'90s college radio and shake with a trumpet? Just another night at Off Broadway, where assorted and sundry independent music shook the rafters courtesy of Conduits, Cymbals Eat Guitars, and headliners Cursive.
Omaha-based indie-rock band Cursive came through St. Louis on Friday night and put on a high energy show at Off Broadway.
Tim Kasher explores the familiar territory of love and loss, using jangly guitar-driven pop and lush orchestration to show that sometimes the two are not mutually exclusive.