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Wakarusa brings out the best in people -- bands love it, campers love it -- everyone is having a grand ole' time.

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Former St. Louisan Angel Olsen took the Off Broadway stage on Sunday night to a nearly full house.

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Monday, 24 March 2014 12:00

The Spring Standards 3/24/14

Expanding upon sounds first captured in their childhood, the Spring Standards offer listeners a dulcet escape into a vivid world of folk, story-telling and hushed instrumentation.

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The tones and textures of 'Garden,' a new song by Owls of the Swamp (aka Australian songwriter Pete Uhlenbruch), seem to disappear like breath off a fresh razor. But somehow the tranquility of the track lingers long after it's gone.

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"Strugglin'" by I Am the Albatross is more than just another lo-fi foray into gothic country. The Austin-based trio has sure-footed, bluesy musicality and a great Leonard Cohen quote to get you brooding along.

Published in Music News
Monday, 10 March 2014 07:20

Song of the Day: 'The Stars' by Cajita

Cajita started out as the one-man band of Jay Chakravorty, though recently the project has taken on a broader but still achingly intimate quality. One listen to "The Stars" is enough to succumb to the sound.

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Ryan Lott had never been to St. Louis. The Brooklyn, N.Y. dweller, and brain behind Son Lux, spent upwards of seven weeks holed up in Indiana. Presumably, he worked fastidiously on "Lanterns," Son Lux's third release, and developed an insatiable appetite for corn and Pacers basketball.

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The last time Communist Daughter was in St. Louis, the band had driven all night to get here from Boston. Only five people saw that Cicero's gig, but fortunately one of those five people was Janet Rhoads of AM NOON PM (and KDHX).

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Califone, an experimental rock band from Chicago, took to the stage at Off Broadway on Sunday, following an opening set by singer-songwriter William Tyler from Nashville.

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Okkervil River started late and stayed late, taking the Off Broadway stage about 45 minutes after opener Will Johnson sang his final notes. But the band managed to pack in 20 songs into its nearly two-hour set.

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