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Thursday, 02 October 2014 06:00

Song of the Day: 'Home' by Split Screens

San Francisco-based songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Jesse Cafiero started Split Screens as a solo endeavor, enlisting just enough musicians to flesh out his songs. On the new track "Home," however, he stretches out, with piano and horns driving the full-band R&B groove.

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Tailor made for indian summer, "September Fields" stretches out with an easy-going soul groove -- dig the horns, dig the B3, dig the responsive harmonies -- and Frazey Ford's expressive, trilling voice. Like a warm fall day, you wish it would last forever.

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Under-the-radar alert: Here are seven recent releases featuring American music -- meaning blues, soul, rock 'n' roll, jazz, swing and everything in between. Seven fine artists with albums deserving of greater attention. Please take a few minutes to check them out.

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For the second day of LouFest, the weather was absolutely perfect for an all-day music festival in Forest Park.

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Don't call it a comeback. The anticipation of headlining duo OutKast was palpable yesterday on the second day of LouFest 2014. Nearly 20,000 fans were expected to attend.

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Amanda Shires returned to Off Broadway on Sunday night, this time with a full band in tow.

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The Kenny DeShields Experience arrived with energy, enthusiasm and a selection of original songs and covers for Saturday's Harvest Sessions at Tower Grove Farmer's Market, making market shoppers forget all about the steady stream of rain falling from the sky.

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With smoky vocals, lyrics soaked with emotion and powerful rock 'n' roll energy, Benjamin Booker's self-titled debut album might leave you asking, "Ben, where have you been all my life?"

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Friday, 01 August 2014 07:05

Song of the Day: 'Motion Animal' by Crash

With the piercing falsetto of Christopher Richard -- known for his work with Edward Sharpe -- and a postmodern gospel-soul groove, "Motion Animal" by Crash tells it on the mountain -- and then some.

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