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Another year has passed and another group of St. Louis bands have assembled to pay tribute to their musical heroes at the seventh installment of An Under Cover Weekend at the Firebird.

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Best Coast took the stage to Toto's "Africa" (as the crowd, most of whom younger than the song itself, cheered frenetically and clapped along), though the momentum was briefly interrupted by sound problems.

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It was hard not to fall in love with Kurt Vile and the Violators' performance, as they played a nearly sold out show at the Firebird on Saturday, August 17.

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The show at the Firebird wasn't a revelation, but Kurt Vile and his dynamic, badass Violators did deliver a solid, little-frills set based on the strength and flow of K.V.'s songs.

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The crowd seemed sparse as the showtime approached, but appearances can be deceiving. Locals Mathias & the Pirates took the stage to open the night, and by the close of their first song, the wallflowers had emerged from the booths and shadows and the influx of returning smokers filled the gaps to stuff the floor with a crowd even headliners could appreciate. By the time Dessa took the stage, there wasn't a straggler in the room and all eyes were fixed on the Firebird stage.

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"Thirty years of sludge" may sound like the villain of a cleaning product infomercial, but it is actually a testament to just how long the Melvins have been making music.

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In front of heavy beats and a spartan stage graced only with a few lone microphone stands and a table reserved for the ubiquitous laptop, five rappers filled the remaining empty space with their quick-fire poetry. In the words of one of the headliners, Killer Mike, this was church. So we paid attention and exalted.

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Monday night at the Firebird had a little bit of everything, from the art-rock band the Red Paintings to the whirlwind set from Austin power-trio Ume to the blistering performance by headlining act ...And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead.

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Singer-songwriter Kimya Dawson and rapper Aesop Rock blended countercultures as the Uncluded at the Firebird.

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