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The musicians of St. Louis don't just love performing; they love seeing others perform. And the year 2012 offered hundreds of opportunities to do just that.

Published in Music News

Catching a show on the artistically fertile but sometimes shadowy Cherokee Street is always an unpredictable experience. A new gallery or venue seems to pop up every couple of months, replacing the empty carcass of a similarly creative but now defunct loft space.

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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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While some exceptions could be made for background, I'm willing to bet that for a lot of people, being a fan of Tom Waits from a young age was a lonely feeling.

Published in Reviews
Friday, 23 December 2011 17:00

St. Louis musicians' top concerts of 2011

KDHX invited an eclectic group of St. Louis musicians to weigh in on their favorite concerts of the year. A formidable task, to be sure.

Published in Music News
Wednesday, 14 December 2011 09:00

88.1 KDHX top local spins of 2011

Obviously, 2011 has been a phenomenal year for artists releasing stellar albums in St. Louis. Here's the local albums this year that caught our ears over and over again.

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A sense of timing is imperative to the success of launching a record label, playing a good show and throwing a party.

Published in Reviews
Thursday, 21 July 2011 09:40

Magic City 7/21/11

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.

Published in Live Performances