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Stephin Merritt
"Obscurities"
Merge

Stephin Merritt is primarily known as the guiding force behind idiosyncratic pop band the Magnetic Fields, and while that group has long had a small but extremely devoted following, the past twelve years have seen Merritt and company gain much wider recognition.

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Even though the door was closed to the Firebird when I arrived Friday night, I could hear the excitement as St. Louis' Scarlet Tanager took the stage.

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Sunday, 14 August 2011 19:05

Super Stolie and the Rockstars 8/14/11

How catchy are Super Stolie and the Rockstars? So catchy they'll have the warring parties of canaries, cats, dogs and even chameleons bopping along to their kid-friendly pop.

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Austra and Cold Cave captivated the Firebird on Monday night.

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Scottrade Center's first floor was a jammed and buzzing scene before John Legend took the stage last night. It was also just weird.

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Friday, 22 July 2011 10:48

Scattered Trees 7/22/11

Scattered Trees, a young, five-piece band hailing from the outskirts of Chicago, delivers easy-to-listen-to indie folk pop on piano, bass, guitar and drums.

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Friday, 22 July 2011 10:20

Yellowbirds 7/22/11

It was the canary in the coal mine that let miners know it was safe to be underground. The tiny yellow bird, known for its song, signaled that the atmosphere was safe to breathe.

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The lights dimmed, the smoke thickened and the women began to scream. I raised my camera and to the delight of the 13-year-old inside of me spent the following ten mintutes at Scottrade Center capturing NKOTBSB through my very own lens.

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Don't let the word "jam" throw you. Lucky Diaz and the Family Jam Band play tart and poppy kid-friendly songs, with an emphasis on harmonies and rhythms. No noodling allowed.

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If heaven exists, last night's Florence and the Machine concert painted a picture of what it's like to be welcomed at the pearly gates. The Pageant became a magical place as the UK band graced the sold-out venue with heavenly sounds and eye-candy stage presence.

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