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Thursday, 16 October 2014 08:55

Song of the Day: 'Under Daisies' by Monogold

Brooklyn, New York's Monogold takes a looping, dreamy, quasi-electronic approach on the new track "Under Daisies." Flower power has rarely sounded so contemporary or so lush.

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Wednesday, 15 October 2014 07:00

Song of the Day: 'Strangers' by the Rebel Light

Southern California is what you might call a pretty big place; trying to capture its spirit in song is a mug's game. But that doesn't stop irresistably sunny, indie-pop band the Rebel Light from making a more than game effort on the '60s and '00s-splashed track "Strangers."

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St. Louis fans learned a few things about Mike Doughty on Wednesday night at Blueberry Hill's Duck Room.

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If you're not hearing echoes of the Smiths in cross-country (as in Brooklyn, New York and Austin, Texas) band Little Cinema, you should probably see an otolaryngologist. But new track "When You Think of Me," is more than just a jangle-wave homage. It's state-of-the-art, melancholy indie pop.

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Bahamas played at the Duck Room on Friday night with Afie Jurvanen, who came all the way from Toronto with a full band.

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It was 25 years ago today(ish) that Ringo formed a band to play.

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Rumors swirled through Atomic Cowboy that Skizzy Mars would swap set times with Miniature Tigers - headliners on the Cruel Pace Tour. Nose deep in Bloody Marys, my cohorts and I guzzled and zipped to the Demo for the show.

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Last weekend I traveled to Kansas City to catch Swedish sensation Lykke Li at the Uptown Theater.

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The opening number for Brett Dennen's concert at the Old Rock House on Monday night was a good as any indicator that this boyish, red-haired, singer-songwriting phenom has some love issues.

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It may be a clichéd axiom at this point, but it remains a fact that show business is at least as much about product as it is about performance. And few contemporary musical acts know both sides of that equation as intimately as Pomplamoose, the California duo who in a few short years have carved a niche with quirky, do-it-yourself "videosongs" and a knack for pop mashups.

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