With influences like Curtis Mayfield, the Meters and Quincy Jones, the Provels are St. Louis' soul providers.
This City of Takers formed in 2009 as a post-punk, indie rock unit and they have been storming stages ever since.
Syrhea Conaway is a very busy woman, performing solo as Syna So Pro, but also with other St. Louis acts.
Jon Hardy and the Public have, for some time now, been a bit of a local secret here in St. Louis, but wider appreciation may be coming, and is certainly due.
A native of St. Louis, Jack Grelle has run the gamut of the city's musical communities, bouncing between punk and folk bands throughout the Midwest for close to a decade now.
With a homegrown, folk-inspired sound that spans across the Atlantic, Ian Fisher and the Present return to their Midwest roots.
St. Louis' own Clusterpluck play instruments that suggest bluegrass, and there is that element, but use them for a sound that is so much more.
Hailing from Hazelwood Missouri, Lions of Hazelwood combine vintage blues and cranked-up rock with an effortless swagger.
St. Louis' garage pop duo, Bruiser Queen, sounds like a '60s girl group, except with only one girl. And, well, a guy.
Just in time for Valentine's Day, it's a stormy, steampunk massacre from Kentucky Knife Fight. The St. Louis band's "Bad Blood" runs deep -- and loud.