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The brash and funky rock of "Miracle" by Los Angeles band Island Apollo seems tailor-made for the festival circuit -- but the dynamic production and arrangement -- shuffling between horn charts and lo-fi acoustic interludes -- also sounds great on headphones.

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An enthusiastic crowd turned out on Thursday for a night of inspired and independent music at the Old Rock House.

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There's nothing reclusive about the elegant sound of Hermit's Victory. The new track "Night Owl" serves as a warm invitation to saunter and sway with the Charleston, South Carolina group through a jazzy, post-lounge nightscape.

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On Monday night Welsh rock band Catfish and the Bottlemen played a sold out show at the Firebird.

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On Saturday night singer-songwriter Jessica Lea Mayfield played to a sold out crowd at Off Broadway.

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Lights returned to St. Louis on Wednesday night, performing at the Ready Room and promoting the release of her newest album "Little Machines."

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Friday, 20 February 2015 07:00

Song of the Day: 'Blameless' by CaveofswordS

What first impresses on "Blameless," the new single by St. Louis-based electronic-music group CaveofswordS, is simply the melody: the way it flows in and out and around and through the host of percussive and synthetic textures. The melody is carried by Sunyatta McDermott's seraphic voice, but it's also absolutely inseparable from each musical element. In short: "Blameless" is glorious.

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Wednesday, 18 February 2015 07:00

Song of the Day: 'Stacks on Stacks' by Bouquet

On the new track "Stacks on Stacks," the minimalism of electronic-pop band Bouquet serves as a wide and open canvas for subtle textures and just as subtle but always vivid strokes of emotion and harmony.

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The Beyoncé/Beck mashup "Single Loser (Put a Beck on It)" was probably inevitable. As it turns out, Beckyoncé's track serves as a pretty catchy (how could it not be?) and playfully ironic commentary on the whole Kanye vs. Beck Grammy kerfuffle.

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Bob Dylan
"Shadows in the Night"
Columbia

Last May, on the anniversary of Frank Sinatra's fatal heart attack, Bob Dylan released his own version of the Chairman's classic, "Full Moon and Empty Arms." Sparse and wistful, the release hinted at a new album but was left unexplained at the time.

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