KDHX DJs Chris Bay and Nick Acquisto discuss some of their favorite musical performances and discoveries from last two days of the annual South by Southwest music conference and festival.
KDHX DJs Chris Bay and Nick Acquisto discuss some of their favorite musical performances and discoveries from the first two days of the annual South by Southwest music conference and festival.
When you decide to take on a cover of Tears for Fears' best-known song, you'd better have a concept, and that concept best not be tongue in cheek. Vancouver band Bear Mountain somehow manages to put its own playful, experimental stamp on "Everybody Wants to Rule the World" while still paying homage to the sing-along catchiness that made the song such a pleasure to begin with.
When she first joined KDHX as the Development Director she had no intentions of hosting a show, but it wasn't long before Caron House began working on Wax Lyrical, her Monday afternoon celebration of singer-songwriter craft.
Ellen Cook has been hot on the heels of the St. Louis music scene for years. Last fall she released her first full-length album, "Bang Bang Bang," which has done well locally, under her stage name Ellen the Felon.
Developed over the course of four years, the latest from the Honey Trees (aka Becky Filip and Jacob Wick) has an elegant, velvety sound, with twangy chime and misty, electronic flourishes. "Nightingale" is one of the prettiest tracks of a still-young year.