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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 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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Having been together in one form or another for over 30 years, it's amazing that Fishbone is still bringing high-energy, genre-bending funk/punk/rock/ska as hard as they were in their late ‘80s heyday.

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Ha Ha Tonka always comes to entertain and that's just what they did Friday night at the Firebird.

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Call the sound of Ha Ha Tonka folky indie rock; call it Southern rock; call it Ozark-steeped-blues-rock. What the labels don't convey is the band's sense of raw power and four-part harmonies. On Friday night, Ha Ha Tonka broke out the harmony and more.

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The second opening act of a sold-out night at the Firebird, Wax Fang captured the audience with a Pink Floyd and Radiohead-inspired set.

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St. Louis' own Dots Not Feathers opened the night of beautifully sentimental Midwest pop on Friday night at the Firebird.

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Ghosts, goblins, Snow White, and even Elaine from Seinfeld came out to the Firebird last night to see Mates of State and fill their ears with indie pop candy.

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