Three St. Louis local favorites plus one from Texas filled the Firebird to capacity with hungry fans Saturday night.
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?"
Wednesday night proved manic at the Firebird. A barrage of openers spread the wild energy over three sets of not so dissimilar genres.
(of a song) like an anthem in being rousing or uplifting.
See also: F*cked Up at the Firebird on Friday, July 1, 2011.
The versatility of of Montreal has never been in question. But when the indie rock maestros hit town for a rare July 4 session they lit up the KDHX studios with an arsenal of sonic fireworks.
In the midst of two independent and successful musical careers, Thao Nguyen and Mirah Yom Tov Zeitlyn decided to do something slightly different. They teamed up.
What happens when a neo-punk band enters a trance filled with clarinets, guitars, percussion and Indonesian, throat-sung lyrics? Arrington de Dionyso's Malaikat dan Singa, that's what.
Spooky and soulful, arch and enigmatic, the music of Theodore will challenge everything you think you know about Americana.
Shilpa Ray and her Happy Hookers' Teenage and Torture unleashes all of the angst and tortured thoughts of the teenage years with a musical prowess developed in adulthood.