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ACT I

We are in a dark room in a nondescript building in St. Louis. As the lights fade in, we see 5 men sitting on a stage. They are HONUS HONUS, POW POW, CHANG WANG, TURKEY MOTH, and JEFFERSON. They all sit in silence, but this is broken when HONUS HONUS begins to tap his foot repetitively on the ground in a way so it is clear he is anxious about something. A pair of gold sequined slippers rest atop an amplifier; POW walks over to them, peers inside, and seeing nothing, retreats to his drum kit.

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Despite a history of fits and starts, and although once described as "discordant," "chaotic," and even "unpredictable," last night at the Luminary, Deerhoof did not for a single moment want for a united front or lack audience appreciation.

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A packed house greeted Sleepy Kitty when they began their set Monday evening at the Luminary Arts Center.

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Playing to a sold out crowd at the Pageant, Bon Iver came to St. Louis and put on a magnificent show.
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Return to Forever IV will be coming to St. Louis on Thursday, August 25, bringing its legendary jazz fusion sound to the Fox Theatre. Last week, I had the pleasure of interviewing Jean-Luc Ponty, violinist of the first rank, who is currently touring with the group.

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Three St. Louis local favorites plus one from Texas filled the Firebird to capacity with hungry fans Saturday night. 

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Like a fast-paced action montage, New York City-based, electronic rock group Battles' newest release, Gloss Drop, immerses the listener in a seemingly non-stop audio assault. The album will leave you wondering, "What are they making that sound with?"

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Britches, Yowie, Gnarwhal and Marnie Stern (playing in that order) represent a formidable and tightly wound playbill -- all the bands are wheeling in roughly the same sonic orbit, but their approaches are disparate, and they are all at vastly different stages in their musical lives.

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Wednesday night proved manic at the Firebird. A barrage of openers spread the wild energy over three sets of not so dissimilar genres. 

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anthemic (an-the-mik)
adj.
(of a song) like an anthem in being rousing or uplifting.
See also: F*cked Up at the Firebird on Friday, July 1, 2011.

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