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Monday, 27 April 2015 00:00

Harry Lookofsky: Mr. Versatile

Harry Lookofsky was born in Kentucky in 1913 and began studying violin at age 8, moving to St. Louis to receive his formal training.

Published in St. Louis Music Notes

Austin-based Shakey Graves returned to the Ready Room in St. Louis on Thursday to find a packed house ready to jam along to his mix of country, blues and rock.

Published in Music News

Like an unknown outtake from "Odyssey and Oracle" or even "Magical Mystery Tour," the finely harmonized and arranged "Lauren Lorraine" by Summer Fiction pulls back the veil on an exquisite and personal view of baroque psychedelic pop.

Published in Music News

Postmodern and pre-modern at once, the orchestral, piano-based ballad "Wounds Grow Grass" by Lauryn Peacock waltzes out of a wine-warmed cabaret from Berlin in the 1920s or maybe from just around the corner here and now.

Published in Music News

There are big bands, and then there is the Educated Guess. Helmed by Singer, songwriter and arranger Charlie Brumley, the St. Louis group often sprawls to a dozen or more musicians on stage, but it's not the numbers that matter. It's the soaring, orchestral, soul-pop vision, captured on new recordings like the Motown-spirited "Baby, If You Want It."

Published in Music News

Brian Wilson
"No Pier Pressure"
Capitol

"No Pier Pressure," Brian Wilson's first album since the Beach Boys reunion ended, is a confounding record, often drowning the master of harmonies, ironically, beneath the pressure of his peers.

Published in Reviews

Anyone who was at the Pageant on Saturday night to see OK Go will still be finding confetti in their clothing for the next several days.

Published in Music News

Australia's Meg Mac opened for Clean Bandits at the Pageant on Friday night during her first tour of the United States.

Published in Music News

Bassist Darin Gray and drummer Glenn Kotche comprise the group On Fillmore, who played a striking experimental set at The Stage at KDHX on essay writer Friday night.

Published in Music News

Think you know indie dance-pop? Think again. The frenetic, time-signature-shifting electro bop sound of "You Only Like What You Know" by Beardyman unleashes all of Darren Foreman's beatboxing, looping and loopy talents.

Published in Music News
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