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The unlikely pairing of two sax players and a drummer make up the trio Moon Hooch, who brought their mix of dance, jazz, soul and rock music to 2720 Cherokee Performing Arts Center on Wednesday night.

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New Music Circle hosted drum master Gerald Cleaver, in performance with his quintet Black Host at the Stage at KDHX on Saturday night.

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The partnership between KDHX and New Music Circle brought the duo of Matthew Shipp and Michael Bisio to the Stage at KDHX on Saturday evening.

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Joe’s Cafe played host to experimental jazz on Saturday night, thanks to the New Music Circle.

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Picking up where bands like (if there ever could be a band like) Gogol Bordello left off, This Way to the EGRESS turns in a madcap essay writing service take on the underrated (if not unknown) gypsy-jazz-old-time-punk drinking song.

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Monday, 12 January 2015 08:00

Lucia Pamela: Rocket ship to the moon

Lucia Pamela was born in St. Louis in 1904. She was taught piano by her mother, and studied at Soldan High School and Washington University. After being named Miss St. Louis in 1926 she was invited to join the Ziegfeld Follies.

Published in St. Louis Music Notes

It wasn't until tUnE-yArDs' fourth song that singer Merrill Garbus finally picked up her baritone ukulele and the crowd cheered. "Oh you like this thing?" she smiled coyly before strumming chords over looping, flanged beats.

Published in Reviews

Empire Hall is as nice of a spot as any in St. Louis to host a party. Giant windows look out over California Avenue, and natural light spills into the space, illuminating the white pillars and shining hardwood floors of the interior. There is a subtle elegance to the space, making it the perfect spot for a wedding reception or a gallery opening.

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Every week on "loudQUIETloud," Mondays 11 p.m. - 1 a.m. Central, KDHX DJ Chris Ward seamlessly blends his favorite music with bargain-bin gold.

Published in Inside KDHX

Armed with kick drum, accordion and an experimental-folk imagination, Lonesome Leash, the project of New Orleans musician Walt McClements, demonstrates on "The Night Was Old" that he's bound and determined to make roots music that's not quite like anything you've heard before.

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