Donate Now to Support KDHX

Listen Live
Tuesday, 29 October 2013 07:54

Song of the Day: 'Hurricane' by Snowflake

The line "Just like a candle in the eye of a hurricane" may have echoes of a certain song about Marilyn Monroe, but "Hurricane" by producer D. James Goodwin's current project Snowflake isn't an elegy: it's a churning, tempestuous vision of art rock.

Published in Music News

Recorded for the "You Be My Heart" benefit album for 826 Valencia, a non-profit for under-resourced students in San Francisco, "Mrs. Marquis de Sade" by the Cloud Room channels Lou Reed and the Velvet Underground at their most darkly playful and heartfelt.

Published in Music News

Weekend
"Jinx"
Slumberland

In Season 9 of "The Simpsons," Lisa is convinced that she possesses a gene that will render her as stupid as Homer and Bart someday, and in an effort to feed her brain with as much culture as possible before its inevitable decline, she goes to a jazz club and is dismayed when another patron compares the performance to someone "hitting a baby with a cat."

Published in Reviews

Hopping club to club mainly throughout Lower Manhattan, N.Y., save for a handful of shows in Brooklyn, is the only way to absorb the CMJ Music Marathon's seemingly endless array of music. And if not taken in stride, one might easily fade before the finish line.

Published in Reviews

Justin Johnson of Pretty Little Empire compared his band's upcoming album release show to a wedding. "This is the one I want people to come to," he said. "If you haven't seen us before or for a while, this is definitely the show to see."

Published in Music News

Seattle's Slow Bird opened to a Plush house still laying down the foundation of first beers and conversation.

Published in Reviews

Tame Impala's song "It Feels Like We Only Go Backwards" expresses enough hope and musical beauty that it can assuage the gnarliest of inopportune emotions.

Published in Reviews

Ezra Furman may look like a scruffier version of Conor Oberst, but on his second solo album, "Day of the Dog," he howls away all prepossessions of indie folk and proves himself to be one of rock 'n' roll's native sons.

Published in Music News

Fractured piano splintered overhead as the tension tightened around the start time for Youth Lagoon's set at Plush.

Published in Reviews

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.

Published in Reviews
<< Start < 1 2 4 6 7 8 9 10 > End >>
Page 4 of 40

Sponsor Message

Become a Sponsor

Local Artist Spotlight


Tok Releases Gold Dollar Hen House Volume 3

Tue April 8
Tok is a Festus based rock band who has been rocking St. Louis for 20 years. They are due to release their third installment of their Gold Dollar Hen House collection on February 28, 2014 at Schlafly's…