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Melody and musicianship were the rule in a fun-filled triple bill at the Bootleg at the Atomic Cowboy on Friday night.

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Modest Mouse rocked a packed house on Wednesday night at the Pageant.

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If you could have scored a ticket for the Grateful Dead’s "Fare Thee Well" shows at Chicago's Soldier Field last month, the price tag reached $15,000.

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Dengue Fever returns on its fifth full-length album, "The Deepest Lake," which continues to show the band's unique take on Cambodian pop music from the '60s and psychedelic rock.

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An aging Noah Lennox, aka Panda Bear, channels his anxieties about approaching middle age into his latest album, "Panda Bear Meets the Grim Reaper." Without ditching his already well-established psychedelic electronic sound, Lennox has crafted a beautifully mature album full of meditations on home life.

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St. Louis rockers Aquitaine headlined Friday night at Off Broadway in a show that featured acts from near and far.

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It is, in the cheesiest way possible, quite fitting that Temples played the Old Rock House on this visit to St. Louis. The Kettering, UK-based band quite literally play old rock -- glam-acid psychedelia straight out of 1960, down to the leather and charm.

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The colossal, ambient wall of shoegaze guitars and droning rhythmic track defines the sound of the latest from Denver band A Shoreline Dream. "The Heart Never Recovered" -- and progressive-psychedelic music lovers might not either.

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King Kahn and the Shrines laid down the soul-shake groove on Sunday night with an energetic and irreverent set at Off Broadway, capping off a night of increasingly theatrical rock 'n' roll.

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