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The St. Louis band known as the Trophy Mules performed on Saturday at KDHX Harvest Sessions at Tower Grove Farmer's Market.

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Fear not. Evil Forces isn't another black-metal band skulking out of obscure reaches of the Nordic lands. Evil Forces is a folk group from Jyväskylä, Finland, and its sound, especially on the plaintive, wintery "Parcels of Sleep," couldn't be more inviting.

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Tuesday night Kent, Ohio native Jessica Lea Mayfield treated the crowd at the Firebird to songs of love, loss, loneliness and heartache.
 

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After constant tours and 60 hours a week in the studio, Quilt's brand of psychedelic pop has finally reached perfection, resulting in its newest release "Held in Splendor."

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Captivating songwriter and performer Angel Olsen came home to St. Louis on Sunday night and was greeted with an audience of family, old and new friends and fans eager to show their admiration for her work. Despite threatening storms, they crowded the room at Off Broadway.

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Monday, 28 April 2014 09:30

Song of the Day: 'Home' by Falls

Melinda Kirwin and Simon Rudston-Brown were once romantic partners but are now a musical duo known as Falls. The track "Home," from Sydney, Australia natives' new EP "Into the Fire," proves their strength as songwriters and collaborators; the sound is lush, rhythmic, state-of-the-art folk pop.

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Americana. Rockabily. Bluegrass. Irish soul. Country. Folk. Roots. One could keep going. These genres just scratch the surface of the sound that is Humming House.

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On "Lying in the Sun" Nashville, Tennesse-based singer Lera Lynn stretches out her dusky, melancholic voice for a dark but honest message of what it sometimes takes to survive in a dog-eat-dog world.

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A visit to New Orleans is a sensory treat, but the 2014 version of the French Quarter Festival takes your senses to a whole new level.

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I Draw Slow
"White Wave Chapel"
Pinecastle Records

There is an interesting moment in a recent interview with Dave Holden, guitarist of the Irish band I Draw Slow, when he notes that in America their music is described as Irish, and in Ireland, it's American. The problem might simply be in knowing too much; the band may be from Ireland, but this is American music, drawing from the folk traditions of Appalachia.

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