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tUnE-yArDs at the Ready Room stole the attendance award on Thursday night in St. Louis. As the Demo's neighbor nabbed heads for Merrill Garbus' looped avant-pop recital, Wampire stared down a mellow gathering of perhaps 25 fans. It's worth noting that October 7, 2014 was the release date for Wampire's sophomore effort "Bazaar." Few in that room, save for the band, seemed to be aware.

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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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St. Louis soul act the Jungle Fire celebrated the completion of "Peace is Our Profession" (a 7" record) with a funky and intimate feature set at the Demo on Saturday, June 14.

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I overheard a bit of cussing and discussing last night among several folks in the sparse crowd waiting for the Detroit Cobras to take the stage at the Demo. The conversations centered not on the show that was about to start but on the last time the band played in St. Louis.

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The dimly lit room of mostly blue lights and an urban industrial vibe created peculiar warmth as Mike Keneally, bassist Doug Lunn and Drummer Gregg Bendian took the stage at the Demo Friday night.

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Bo and the Locomotive opened the show for WHY? at the Demo on Friday, with a rare three person lineup.

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The lyrics simply don't stop with Latyrx on stage. When joined by Mathias & the Pirates, Seymour Awesome and SoulReal at the Demo STL, hip-hop fans were in beat and rhyme heaven.

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Nashville's Neulore made their first 2014 appearance in St. Louis on Friday, with a soulful and playful set at the Demo in the Grove.

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It was a hell of a weekend for music lovers of St. Louis. On Friday James Murphy came to town and induced a feral dance party at 110 BPM, while Pokey LaFarge and Dave Alvin drew hundreds of roots-music fans to Casa Loma and Off Broadway; on Saturday a riptide of the best local bands churned their audiences in and out of the current along Washington Avenue for the Riverfront Times Music Showcase, while Son Volt performed at the Pageant; and on Sunday night Darwin Deez graced us with its weightless, magical presence at the Demo.

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Dust off your turntables and mics, because S.L.U.M. Fest returns! The St. Louis Underground Music Fest -- a St. Louis-centric hip hop festival featuring 60+ live emcees and DJs from 2 p.m. until 2 a.m. -- goes down at Atomic Cowboy and The Demo on Saturday, June 15th, and boasts a pretty impressive lineup.

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