Middle Class Fashion delves deep into the art of the hook. Contrasting bombastic bass riffs and shimmery minor note piano rolls, the St. Louis supergroup delivers timelessly dapper pop.
Listening to Said the Whale, one encounters the unexpected in the familiar. Like a feathery, sometimes feverish, breath of fresh, airy folk rock, their music has a buoyancy that elevates the listener.
As if the title alone weren't indicative enough, a quick look at the cover art and it's easy to see that "Songs in Red and Gray" is an album with an autumn theme. It is the perfect soundtrack for a fall day, be it a bright, sun-dappled October afternoon or a dreary, rainy November morning.
St. Louis' Heavy Anchor played host to a trio of local bands on Friday, November 2, showcasing some of the best local music of the year.
Every Monday 7-10 a.m. Central on 88.1 KDHX, Cat Pick hosts "Emotional Rescue," a wide-ranging mix of pop, rock, R&B and so much more.