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LouFest returned to Forest Park's Central Field for its fourth year on September 7 and 8.

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The walk up to the LouFest's gates -- austere and reminiscent of the devices used to bottle up manic thoroughbreds before the race -- was dotted with satellite festival-goers with salt and pepper manes and swollen coolers.

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Seattle, thank you. You were sunlight and summer for three straight days, saving your typically relentless rain for the personalized autograph of a goodbye drizzle -- a little reassurance found with just a closer look.

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Despite spending a good part of 2012 touring the world, Ra Ra Riot still had the time to almost completely reconfigure its sound and band structure and record a new album.

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In Austin, "live music capital of the world," one will find music and a crowd no matter where he or she goes during SXSW: people line every street and bands wanting an extra show occupy sidewalks. Open bar windows let the sound spill out to make damn sure everybody knows there's another gig to be enjoyed.

Published in Reviews
Tuesday, 29 January 2013 10:50

Charting the Music: Ra Ra Riot, 'Beta Love'

A little less Arcade Fire and a little more Passion Pit, Ra Ra Riot leaves the cellist behind and travels into synth territory with "Beta Love."

Published in Music News
Wednesday, 23 January 2013 08:00

Song of the day: 'Beta Love' by Ra Ra Riot

"Beta Love" by Ra Ra Riot somehow blends sky-high crooning, synthed-out strings, popped-out synths, bubbling bass and absolutely party-ready beats. It's an indie dance-pop lover's single come true.

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Wednesday, 04 January 2012 12:15

Best of 2011: Top 25 Live at KDHX photos

KDHX hosted over 200 in-studio sessions this year, and our volunteer photographers kept up with all the action.

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Tuesday, 15 March 2011 21:56

Ra Ra Riot 3/15/11

Ra Ra Riot's music blends the bouncy Bowie and Byrne vibrations of the '80s and the progressive pop refinement of the New Pornographers and Bloc Party. But don't think the quintet stops there.

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