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On a bill that endearingly clashed sounds from the muggy south with math rock and noise jams of St. Louis, last night's show at Off Broadway began with Red Mouth, a self-sufficient but far from underwhelming a one-man show.

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Originally based in Greenville, Ill., where they both attended college, guitarist Matt Stuttler and vocalist/keyboardist Emily Keefauver went from a small, tight-knit music scene full of familiar faces to St. Louis shortly after graduation. The duo wasted no time in establishing Burrowss and recording its first album.

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"A wall of sound built from the best bricks of Brit pop, shoegaze and psychedelic rock" is how songwriter and guitarist David Collett describes Aquitaine, a new four-piece rock juggernaut based in St. Louis.

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When they're not performing as Superfun Yeah Yeah Rocketship, a St. Louis electro-pop duo, Corey Goodman and Christopher Eilers read comic books.

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Black Girls returned to St. Louis to bring a little indie southern groove to the Heavy Anchor on a Monday night.

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For night two, Twangfest moved to the Duck Room -- a rightful home, since the basement that was once Cicero's birthed so many punk-influenced country bands whose legacies were loud and clear last night.

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Someone told me the last time Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros were here they spent most of their set making fun of St. Louis for not being a real city. Luckily for them, the zeros were nowhere to be found Monday night at Plush.

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The ChalkBoyz hail from St. Louis and will be opening for Yelawolf and a gaggle of other acts on Monday, June 4 at Plush. The goofy rappers checked in for a few minutes to try and get you to stop taking pictures of yourself in the bathroom. Mosey over to their website to download "Chalk Dirty to Me" for free.

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Converging on the Firebird from the outer fringes of hip hop, Buck 65 and Busdriver, along with Robb Steele and Jason and the Beast, gave us proof that underground hip hop is still like the Wild West, full of pioneers and prospectors mining gold.

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