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Maybe it was the whiskey I wasn't drinking messing with my head, but American Aquarium sounded too big for a room the size of Cicero's.

Published in Reviews
Thursday, 07 February 2013 16:25

Charting the Music: Melody Den, 'Storylines'

From the Funky Butt horns to the Brothers Lazaroff, Melody Den weaves together veteran St. Louis musicians and other local heroes in a genre-crossing, collaborative effort called "Storylines."

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"This is gonna be awesome when the guitar gets plugged back in!" Abigail Bengson shouted with a smile on her face during a slight hiccup during the Bengsons' set.

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The hottest ticket in town on Friday night was down at the end of Lemp Avenue at Off Broadway. A capacity crowd was out with its dancing shoes for the show featuring So Many Dynamos and Née.

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Friday night marked the fourth Anniversary of St. Louis concert venue the Firebird. Local bands Roundheels, the Brainstems, the Breaks, and Volcanoes were part of the bill to help celebrate the occasion.

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Cicero's on the Loop played host to an eclectic night of local music on Friday, February 1.

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A blue haze descended over Off Broadway as an ocean-colored light collided with the milky fog of a smoke machine. On cue, New Order's "Blue Monday" somersaulted out of the overhead speakers. Whether by serendipitous chance, or true fate, Friday night's So Many Dynamos and Née show was destined to be flawless.

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The night offered a study in juxtaposition, a night with powerful voices, music and looks from three vastly different artists, as Kristeen Young, CaveofswordS and Bruiser Queen each took the stage of Cicero's Friday evening.

Published in Reviews
Friday, 01 February 2013 15:00

The Trophy Mules 2/1/13

There is something about a river that preserves Americana. St. Louis natives, the Trophy Mules, blend past and present influences from country, folk and rock, to produce a sound as inherent to this river delta as Uncle Tupelo, Son Volt and Wilco.

Published in Live Performances

A choice cut from the new album by Dolly Varden, "Saskatchewan to Chicago" offers a master class on the art of transforming tradition into something fully contemporary, fully beautiful but still fully folk.

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