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On "Wig Out at Jagbags," Stephen Malkmus & the Jicks bring a fresh approach to alternative rock music with the eccentric songwriting for which the group's leader is well known.

Published in Music News
Friday, 07 February 2014 09:00

The most anticipated albums of 2014

We're not even two months into 2014 and already the rush of new releases is upon us. What albums are the DJs of KDHX most excited about? These lists will give you a good hint.

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Neutral Milk Hotel played its first post-hiatus St. Louis show to a sold-out Pageant audience, confirming the reality of a concert that most fans never dreamed of attending. Jeff Mangum and company delivered a tight performance without sacrificing the endearingly shambolic aesthetic Neutral Milk Hotel has come to represent.

Published in Reviews
Wednesday, 05 February 2014 10:20

Song of the Day: 'Starsong' by the Valery Trails

Split between Houston, Texas and Brisbane, Australia, the Valery Trails return with "Starsong," which blurs the already quite blurry line between the band's tense shoegaze and wide-open, melodic guitar rock.

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Icy temperatures did not keep a crowd from filling the Firebird for Phosphorescent's long awaited return to St. Louis.

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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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Monday, 27 January 2014 11:03

Song of the Day: 'Burnt Alive' by Champ

"I don't want to walk down memory lane," howls Joel Williams of the band Champ. "Burnt Alive" is an anti-nostalgic declaration, though the collision of grunge and febrile pop harmonies more than suggests that this San Diego foursome isn't ready to kiss off the rock 'n' roll past just yet.

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Led by Reese Beeman and James Adkisson formerly of psych-rock band the 7% Solution, and featuring singer Lisa Lipkin, Austin, Texas' HeadShy packs up its R.E.M. and Primal Scream record collection and heads for dreamier pop terrain on "The Light That Guides the Blind."

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Lists are never perfect. The idea is to remind myself what captivated me throughout the year, and to let others know what they might have missed. And then, I try to say a little more to contribute to thinking about the music of 2013. So, here is what I liked the most on the day that I wrote the list.

Published in Music News
Thursday, 23 January 2014 10:24

Song of the Day: 'Good Guy' by Lakefield

Opening like a love-lorn waltz and then surging into psychedelic noise, "Good Guy" is a literal swan song for Lakefield (the group is dissolving) and will likely make any fan of Bettie Serveert or Wye Oak wish the Vancouver band could have stuck around a little longer.

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