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It was nothing but good news for the Corin Tucker Band, playing for a small but enthusiastic crowd at the Firebird. Opening song "No Bad News Tonight" from the new album "Kill My Blues" set the tone for a night of gimmick-free rock 'n' roll fused with tight pop-punk and straight-up guitar rock.

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An act can gauge its fan base by a weeknight show. If Tuesday night's crowd at the Firebird says anything, it says that Astronautilus has a loyal following here in St. Louis.

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If the Raveonettes were an insect, they would be a spindly black widow spider in a cloudy forest.

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The Firebird hosted two excellent bands from across the pond on Friday night.

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Bay Area rapper Lil B (aka "Based God") has quickly grown a cult following through the use of social media. Attendees at the Firebird had a rare chance to witness the young emcee in action.

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Ska-punk veterans Less Than Jake played a skanktacular show Wednesday night at the Firebird.

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With an eclectic mix of genres, Fishbone packed the house at the Firebird on Tuesday night.

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Austin quartet Heartless Bastards delivered a thundering set Tuesday night at the Firebird.

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The Firebird was barely a quarter-full when St. Louis' Tenement Ruth took the stage at 8:30 p.m. A couple dozen people, mostly older males, were scattered along the back wall near the arcade machines and sound board.

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Closing out this year's installment of An Under Cover Weekend in the usual grand style, five St. Louis bands -- Arthur and the Librarian, Last to Show First to Go, Palace, Dots Not Feathers and Via Dove -- raised the bar and left the crowd anticipating next year's party at the Firebird.

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