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Tuesday, 22 February 2011 09:53

Babaloo 2/22/11

Equal parts sugary charm and out-control-wackiness, Babaloo has become one of the most in-demand kids performers in St. Louis.

Published in Live Performances

DeVotchKa
100 Lovers
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Creating a follow-up to the 2008 masterpiece A Mad and Faithful Telling would be a difficult achievement for any artist, but DeVotchKa seamlessly delivers -- and with gusto. This quartet's roots are in a self-made style of multi-instrumental punk, and clearly, as this album demonstrates, they have continued on that path while evolving along the way.

Published in Reviews

Editor's Note: In this series, the KDHX Music Department spotlights a new release that's hot on the 88.1 charts.

The Decemberists’ latest release, The King Is Dead, puts a unique spin on a familiar genre while continuing to please the band's fans. To my ears, the Decemberists were out to prove only one thing with this release: a back-to-basics approach is all that is needed to create music worth hearing.

Published in Inside KDHX

Before tonight, the words "acoustic café" brought to mind a quiet place where you could get a coffee, grab a bagel and surf the web to the sound of easy-listening guitar. After Carrie Rodriguez, Erin McKeown, Mary Gauthier and Tania Elisabeth finished their encore, I had seen how wrong expectations can be.

Published in Reviews
Friday, 11 February 2011 23:25

Fred Eaglesmith 2/11/11

Fred Eaglesmith is one of those rare musicians who can take the traditional themes of love, loss and heartache found in country music and give them a whole new life of their own.

Published in Live Performances
Saturday, 29 January 2011 18:21

Langhorne Slim 1/29/11

With dramatic lyrics and soul-bearing vocals, Langhorne Slim delivers a homemade and down-home sound undefinable by one genre.

Published in Live Performances
Sunday, 16 January 2011 11:30

Kopecky Family Band 1/16/11

In the grand tradition of faux family bands everywhere, the Kopecky Family Band has a wonderfully full lived-in sound. Grounded in the beautifully paired vocals of Kelsey Kopecky and Gabe Simon the group brings their sense of familial intimacy to a fairly straightforward (though never dull) indie aesthetic.

Published in Live Performances
Saturday, 15 January 2011 12:45

Shannon Wurst 1/15/11

Steeped in the folk tradition, Arkansas native Shannon Wurst delivers music that is instantly familiar and yet adds a refreshingly modern take on the genre.

Published in Live Performances
Saturday, 01 January 2011 00:59

KDHX Live Performance Archive 2010

Click an artist name to listen to the session.

 

A-J K-Z
3 Penny Acre Aaron Kamm and the One Drops
Alabaster Brown Fats Kaplin and Kristi Rose
Terry Allen Tim Kasher
American Aquarium Jenny and John Kavanaugh
Jill Andrews Robert Earl Keen
Adam Arcuragi Richie Kihlken
Armitage Shanks Bassekou Kouyate
Merrick Astroth Dylan LeBlanc
Band of Heathens Jamie Lidell
Bobby Bare Jr. and Blue Giant Scott Lucas and the Married Men
Bettie Serveert Lucero
Big Smith Lucky Dan and Naked Mike
The Black Heart Procession The Mad Titans
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club Magic Kids
Leo Blais Magnolia Mountain
The Blind Eyes Bob Malone
Blonde Redhead Maps & Atlases
Beth Bombara Jimbo Mathus
Box of Nerves May Day Orchestra
Justin Branam Shannon McNally
Brave Combo Medical Tourists
Britches Melodies of the Kabbalah
JC Brooks & the Uptown Sound Menomena
Brothers Lazaroff Messy Jiverson
Brown Bottle Fever Midlake
Bumpus Kate Miller-Heidke
Cedric Burnside and Lightnin' Malcolm Miniature Tigers
Sam Bush Minus the Bear
Butcher Holler The Misfits
Caddywhompus Katy Moffatt and Andrew Hardin
Cadillac Sky Mondo Drag
Felix Cartel John Mooney
Monica Casey Cassie Morgan and the Lonely Pine
Celia The Most Serene Republic
Cheer-Accident The Mother Hips
John Chiecsek Mount Righteous
City Center Nash Street
Phoebe Claggett and Preston Clarke New World Spirits
Mike Compton and Joe Newberry The Nields
The Conformists Nneka
Elizabeth Cook Danbert Nobacon
Jim Cosgrove Northbrook Garage
Samantha Crain The Northwoods
Cronus The Notable Haberdashers
Brian Curran Old Lights
David Davis and the Warrior River Boys Mark Olson
Steve Dawson Ozomatli
Dead Confederate Paleface
Everett Dean Ellis Paul
Delta Spirit Phaseone
Karl Denson's Tiny Universe The Pinstripes
The Disappeared Po' Girl
The Drastics Dan Potthast
Chainsaw Dupont Teddy Presberg
The Dynamites feat. Charles Walker Pretty Little Empire
Stacey Earle and Mark Stuart The Red-Headed Strangers
Stace England and the Salt Kings Redhead Express
Cowboy Randy Erwin Adam Reichmann
Ethical Culture Band Retribution Gospel Choir
Exercise Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band
Fat Tramp Food Stamp The Right Now
Fattback Rodrigo y Gabriela
The Felons Rusty Nail
Female Demand The Saw Is Family
Fishtank Ensemble Martin Sexton
Matt Flinner Trio Mikal Shapiro
Denice Franke Suzi Shelton
Free Energy Greg Silsby and Jason Scroggins
Freelance Whales Terrance Simien
Free the Robots Dave Simon and the KidzRock Band
Frightened Rabbit Sins of the Pioneers
Frontier Ruckus Sisters of Your Sunshine Vapor
Futurebirds The Skekses
Beppe Gambetta Sleepy Sun
Garage a Trois Watermelon Slim
Jane Godfrey and Gloria Attoun Kira Small and Bryan Beller
Gogol Bordello Ryan Spearman
The Gordons Spelling Bee
The Griddle Kids Steep Canyon Rangers
Sarah Lee Guthrie and Johnny Irion Joe Stickley and Sean Canan
Andrew Hardin Brian Sullivan Trio
John Henry Switchback
Zach Hill Syna So Pro
The HillBenders T-Bone
Will Hoge Team Relevance
Horse Feathers Theodore
Ray Wylie Hubbard Verlon Thompson
The Humanoids Paul Thorn
Huntergatherer Trout Fishing in America
The Incurables TSIGOTI
The Molly Irene Band Uncle Lucius
Tom Irwin Uncle Skunkle & the Scarecrow Family
Michele Isam Laura Veirs
Islands Rocky Votolato
Javelin Wack-A-Doo
Freedy Johnston The Walkmen
Jónsi The Watson Twins
Jukebox the Ghost The Whigs
Jumbling Towers Whole Earth Nuclear Ukulele Orchestra
The Jump Starts Yard Dogs Road Show
  Yonder Mountain String Band

Zevious
  Zion and the Lion Roots Band
Published in Music
Wednesday, 22 December 2010 19:50

88.1 KDHX DJ Spotlight: Grace of Nomadic Reverie

Over the last 2 years, Grace has hosted the KDHX program Nomadic Reverie, titled, in part, after the Bonnie Prince Billy song, and partly after her own biography. "Internally, the name relates to me," she says. "And musically, the show is all over the place." Grace specializes in all kinds of new and old folk music, experimental rock and electronic sounds, taking listeners on a journey that reflects her eclectic tastes and personal connection to music.

Published in Inside KDHX
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