Bo and the Locomotive's swirling melodies project the warmth of genial summer daze. Discover the sound on the band's in-studio debut at KDHX.
Jay Fay (the nom de mix of Josh Fagin) is a young St. Louis DJ whose bold and eccentric remixes have caught the attention of the Internet and electronic music heavyweights like Diplo.
The lushly-crafted indie rock of Union Tree Review evokes a late-night drive through neon-flashed streets, destination not entirely known.
So Many Dynamos, deftly named using the linguistical mechanism of a palindrome, are well-versed in the indie rock style, but they give it their own distinctively St. Louis spin.
Sawyers cut timber for their living. The Mississippi Sawyers cut bluegrass, of the highest and most lonesome variety.
Fueled by mangled blues, dark surf and heavy psychedelic sounds (if not substances), Magic City is on a mission of urban sonic destruction and renewal.
The eyes may be the gateway to the soul, but the Blind Eyes' smooth blend of post-punk and power pop is the indie rock soul of the Gateway City.