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Stalwart punk anthems for the outwardly tattooed but emotionally fragile: the Smoking Popes, unlikely love balladeers and polite band of brothers, played to a couple dozen enthralled fans at the Firebird on Thursday night.

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Doomtree is more than simply a touring act and a hip-hop crew; they are a collective of artists, cooperatively managing a label to produce brilliant collaborative and solo works. 

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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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