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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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As autumn settles itself in comfortably, "Let's Be Still" provides that last bit of summer warmth. Let the Head and the Heart ease the transition.

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The Head and the Heart returned to St. Louis and the Pageant a week after releasing its second album, "Let's Be Still," tip-toeing into the new material.

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Since its self-titled release in 2009, Seattle's the Head and the Heart has earned the adoration of fans and critics alike for crafting vulnerable, indie-folk sing-alongs.

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Brooklyn N.Y.'s Floating Compass debuts its chorale-folk vision with the aptly named "Travel" -- featuring members of Camera Obscura, Los Campesinos!, Freelance Whales, Efterklang and Princeton -- a journey through yesteryears of weeping willows, mountains and banjos.

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I brought my dad as my plus one to Noah and the Whale on Thursday night at the Pageant, and lucky for me, it was the kind of show that you feel OK bringing your dad to.

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The Old Rock House clamored with fans of Portland, Ore.'s secret -- the 11-piece, indie-orchestral Typhoon -- helmed by guitarist and singer Kyle Morton.

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