Give a man a violin and a looping pedal, and he will give you a wall of sound in return -- if that man is Kishi Bashi, that is.
Fresh locals the Great Grandfathers bring the smooth electronic heat with a mission to make FM radio pop an art form once again.
Wussy is the eternal musical bridesmaid, always with the promise of the caught bouquet, in the form of almost universal critical acclaim, but without the genuine diamelle solitaire of commercial acceptance.
In the wake of a now-defunct Port O'Brien, Van Pierszalowski is beginning to make new indie pop waves with the band WATERS.
The current project of songwriter, singer, guitarist and jack-of-many-trades David Beeman, Old Lights aims for the scraped-up romanticism of American Music Club or the sunny folk pop of Fruit Bats and hits the elusive targets squarely. Hear the band's debut KDHX performance on the Space Parlour.
While on tour with Ezra Furman and the Harpoons, a previous guest in our studios, Rounder records artist Delta Spirit came by the KDHX studios to play a few tunes from the brand new record, History From Below.
Punk is many things to many people, but to the Humanoids it's all about the rock -- hard, fast and out of control. Hear them demolish the Magnolia Avenue Studio during a live performance for the
Space Parlour: Live in St. Louis Series.
The Blind Eyes evolved out of retro garage band the Gentlemen Callers to become one of Saint Louis' most reliable indie rock outfits. The group brings its upbeat, hook-laden pop to the Magnolia Avenue Studios of KDHX as part of the Space Parlour: Live In St. Louis Series.
Syna So Pro loops and layers synths, guitar, bass, violin and vocals into something otherworldly and dreamlike on her debut album Make Two People Happy. Hear her perform live on the Space Parlour as part of the Live in St. Louis Series.
Riding on constant, precise rhythms, laser-fired guitar shots, and -- ahem -- jumbling keys and bass licks, Jumbling Towers delivers a rich indie pop sensibility. The Space Parlour hosted this live session with one of St. Louis' standout synth-wave outfits.