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I overheard a bit of cussing and discussing last night among several folks in the sparse crowd waiting for the Detroit Cobras to take the stage at the Demo. The conversations centered not on the show that was about to start but on the last time the band played in St. Louis.

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"All the bands involved are genuinely excited about being involved. It's kind of something that's bigger than all of us," Matt Stuttler says of Garagefest, the three-day festival scheduled to take place February 21-23 at the Heavy Anchor.

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Snarling, slamming and pretty darn groovy, "All Hits" comes from "Allez Allez," the new album by the Night Marchers (a San Diego-and-beyond band featuring members of Hot Snakes, Rocket From the Crypt, Tanner and Delta 72, among other outfits).

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Kentucky Knife Fight cut into Thursday night with a vengeance. The local punk/blues/all-around-gritty-rock-n-roll band set the tone for the night that was thankfully met by Heavy Cream.

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Fresh from a trip south to lay down tracks for a forthcoming seven-inch record, St. Louis duo Bruiser Queen rocked Livery Company with a few new friends from Memphis on Friday night.

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The Corin Tucker Band came through St. Louis last night, performing at the Firebird in support of their latest album, "Kill My Blues."

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Blame belated Tax Day, the Cardinals home game or Willie Nelson's set at the Pageant for the small crowd at the Old Rock House for Los Angeles garage punk/bluesman Hanni El Khatib.

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The room smelled like cigarettes, perfume and cold air. The pre-concert hum of the Old Rock House crowd, waiting on Bass Drum of Death, was punctuated by a guy telling the girl next to me that he was actually, right then, in the middle of composing a blues ballad. Really now? She sipped her drink, politely.

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Black Joe Lewis & the Honeybears returned to a packed Off Broadway last night for a KDHX-welcomed show full of heavy riffs and funky grooves.

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