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Yeasayer and opening act Reptar offered up a mix of sounds and rhythms to a joyously discombobulated, sold-out crowd at the Firebird on Thursday night.

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The Uncluded's bizarre blend of genres stuffed the Firebird with an eccentric mix of fans that seemed to leave no one out.

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Milo Greene performed hits off its 2012 self-titled release to an intimate crowd at the Firebird last night.

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The backdrop pinned onstage consisted of a nude Josh Tillman standing in a golden arch encapsulated by a rainbow, in space. And that is Father John Misty: Irreverent, free-spirited and probably, while not on stage, hanging out in his birthday suit.

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With the show sold-out before the start of the night, anticipation was high for concertgoers at the Firebird on Friday night to see Pure Bathing Culture and Father John Misty.

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A sweaty, sold-out crowd packed the Firebird to witness the long-awaited return of joke-punk pioneers the Dead Milkmen.

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Providing St. Louis with it's weekly dose of rock 'n' roll, the Detroit Cobras, Pangea and Tok took the stage of the Firebird last night.

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"Party! Party!” Those were the last two words I heard before my glasses got pulled off, someone hit me in the ribcage, and I fell to the floor screaming in fear, as the crowd pushed toward the stage, taking me with them.

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The enigmatic Black Moth Super Rainbow -- Ryan Graveface, Pony Diver, Iffernaut, the Seven Fields of Aphelion, and, mercifully, Thomas "Tobacco" Fec -- come onstage accompanied by a revelation: They seem to be homo sapiens after all.

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