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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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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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Karate Bikini - A Simpler Sugar

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Karate Bikini is an eight piece ensemble who's members hail from St. Louis and the metro area. They are a large band with a large sound. Their latest album A Simpler Sugar is full of upbeat pop songs,…