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Rivetheads, goth girls and kilted men donned in all black lined Manchester Avenue outside the Ready Room waiting for the industrial sonic and visual assault of KMFDM on Wednesday night.

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When it comes to noisy, giddy, poppy punk, Bunnygrunt has been setting the standard in St. Louis since the early '90s. "Still Chooglin' (After All These Beers)," an affectionate sendup of sloppy and speedy two-chord bar rock (if not CCR itself), shows they've still got a lot left in the tank.

Published in Music News

With hints of surf-pop, swooning harmonies and misty psychedelia, "I've Got a Reason to Keep Living" by family (as in brothers, sisters and cousins) band Babes gives any fan of well-orchestrated indie pop a reason to keep listening.

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Metal band Devil You Know brought total mayhem to the Firebird on Tuesday night.

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Wednesday, 12 August 2015 07:00

Song of the Day: 'Wide Awake' by Kinsey

Multi-instrumentalist Nick Kinsey (who has worked with artists like AC Newman, Elvis Perkins and the Felice Brothers) throws all of his pop, rock and experimental sensibilities into the whirling fuzz fest of "Wide Awake."

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With the new track "Long Way Back Down," Aussie musician Lucas James creates a kind of modern-rock version of rhythm & blues, not far from the likes of the Black Keys, but with a honking, strutting drive all its own.

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Like ? and the Mysterians filtered through My Morning Jacket, Telegraph Canyon's "Why Let It Go" is strangely catchy: horn blasts, brooding rhythm track and feedback and all.

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Friday, 07 August 2015 16:48

Craig Finn 8/7/15

Loud and Literary rocker Craig Finn of The Hold Steady has just released his second solo album, "Faith in the Future" on Partisan Records.

Published in Live Performances

Rockers Alpha Rev played an "unplugged" show at the Duck Room at Blueberry Hill on Tuesday night.

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Thursday, 06 August 2015 08:00

Song of the Day: 'Lights Out' by Josh Flagg

A dense, guitar-crunching anthem for a long, hot summer night, "Lights Out" by Josh Flagg aims to light up the alt-rock scene.

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