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On the way to SXSW, a slew of bands stopped by the Firebird to sow some new spring seeds and leave some tasty arils. Pomegranates headlined an artsy-rock heavy lineup of bands local, national and Canadian.

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Clad in Cobainesque red and black plaid, Tanner Merritt, lead singer of O'Brother, stood before a crowd of leather-wearing, hard-art-rock aficionados and pushed his falsetto voice into the microphone.

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Heartless Bastards and Hacienda returned to St. Louis for a packed show at the Firebird.

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Hacienda, an impressively-bearded four-piece family band from San Antonio, opened for Heartless Bastards last night at the Firebird. While the bands aren't labelmates, their styles are somewhat similar and make for a well-paired touring team.

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St. Louis improvisational jammers Key Grip opened up the night at the Firebird with space-bent ambient tunes. From what I could gather, their entire set consisted of a single continuous song.

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St. Louis band False Moves opened up at the Firebird last night with a set of skillful, pulsing, rhythmic tunes that featured two guitars, a bass and core-rattling drums.

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Wednesday night at the Firebird was similar to the recent wave of awesome weather days this winter in St. Louis. I went into the Pomegranates-headlined show knowing their set how to write an essay was sure to leave me smiling and bouncing a bit the next day.

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Back in November when the Lawrence Arms decided to play St. Louis for the first time in four years, they made sure to pick the coldest and snowiest day of the year.

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