With a groove that's both relentless and deceptively simple, the latest track from Pillowfight -- aka Dan the Automator and Emily Wells (along with cohorts Kid Koala and Lateef the Truthspeaker) -- comes as advertised: "Get Down" is a no-frills, all-boogie party manifesto.
Electronic musician and dance-party captain Girl Talk, aka Gregg Gillis, returns to St. Louis this summer for LouFest.
French electro house artist SebastiAn brings yet another release to the forefront of the experimental electronic genre. In a true avant-garde fashion, "Total" fuses house, industrial, experimental and '70s pop as well as elements of funk.
Northern Ireland natives, the Japanese Popstars, bring house music to the forefront with their second studio album, "Controlling Your Allegiance."
Infused with social and political messages, the sixth studio album from Thievery Corporation, Culture of Fear, expands the group's electronic horizons.
It was a hot and sweaty electro party last Thursday at the Firebird. The KDHX Countdown to Tron: Legacy party hosted by Kate from Beep Beep Boop Boop was a smash with local DJ talents Kate, Johnny Orr and DJ Coreyography, classic arcade games, glowing body art, a Ducati and the epic bit-crushed symphony of Daft Punk’s film score.
If I were 18 again, I’d throw out the fake ID I got by paying $8 and showing only my county library card to a nameless “state official” from an unmarked storefront on Cherokee Street, before Cherokee Street had streetlamps and coffee shops and rock venues, so that I could get into Stages: Five Levels of Dancing on the East Side.