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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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A heady, somehow sunny -- the wordless, melodic scatting doesn't hurt -- shower of post-rock jamming, "Lighthouse" by Bensalem, Pennsylvania band the Burgeoning has dynamics to burn.

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St. Louis rock-duo Bruiser Queen rallied fans and friends to Off Broadway on Friday night to celebrate the release of their second full album, "Sweet Static."

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It's been four long years since grunge-rock pioneers Pearl Jam graced St. Louis with their musical presence, but that extended absence was rectified Friday night at an electrifying three-hour performance at Scottrade Center for a packed house of rabid fans.

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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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"We Got Away (This Time)," a new track by Raiders of the Lost Art, vaults over the band's goofy name and synth drones for a fuzzy, twitchy and surprisingly vulnerable indie-pop call to believe and reconcile.

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Like a polished update of the ever-elusive sound of the Band, Hiss Golden Messenger's "Saturday's Song" rollicks and rolls with sweet mandolin, piano, country-funk guitar and a rhythm meant for skipping all the way from front to back porch, and never spilling a drop of whiskey along the way.

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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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