The title of Kaoru Ishibashi's new LP "Lighght" is taken from a 1965 poem by Aram Saroyan in which the word "lighght" is the single word of text in the center of the page. It was considered controversial in its time for calling its just one, misspelled word a poem at all.
The Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts kicked off its Reset week of events with a presentation by artist David Scanavino, creator of "Candy Crush," an installation exhibit covering the floor and wall of the gallery.
Another Record Store Day is in the books, and what a day it was.
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.
Dear STL, keep being awesome. This year saw the band I'd nurtured for six years coming to an end, but a beginning to so many cool, freaky awesome bands from friends of mine. If 2012 is any indication, St. Louis music is back in a big way.
Oh ye merry music fans, do we have a compilation for you. The second volume of KDHXmas features 17 artists from St. Louis and beyond, all playing brand new and/or familiar songs to essay writer make the season bright.
Another Midwest Mayhem has come and gone, leaving behind a giant, misshapen, multi-colored ball of memories.
Last night's lineup at Plush was synthesizer and pop-hook heavy, performed with a playfulness straight from the '80s.
Midtown Alley Street Fest took over Locust Street from Garrison Avenue to Hotel Ignacio on Saturday.