Despite its carefree nature, making a summer mix can be a harrowing task. Do you opt for of-the-moment pop jams or comfortable nostalgia? These are the questions that kept us cassette-dubbing youth up at night in summers past.
The Blind Eyes play pop. And these boys know their way around a hook and melody. This is pop that is a bit like early R.E.M. or The Style Council; it is decidedly not Bieberlicious.
KDHX supporters and Kinks fans packed Off Broadway on March 30 for Ev'rybody's Gonna Be Happy: A Tribute to the Kinks and KDHX Benefit.
Obviously, 2011 has been a phenomenal year for artists releasing stellar albums in St. Louis. Here's the local albums this year that caught our ears over and over again.
The eyes may be the gateway to the soul, but the Blind Eyes' smooth blend of post-punk and power pop is the indie rock soul of the Gateway City.
With Mother’s Day holiday serving as a day of reflection of sorts, a witty, light-hearted Ted Leo played a highly entertaining solo set of his original songs while paying homage to a few of his musical influences Sunday night.