Each month, this site features numerous photography pieces based on the work of the intrepid members of KDHX's pool of volunteer photographers.
If the Raveonettes were an insect, they would be a spindly black widow spider in a cloudy forest.
The Firebird hosted two excellent bands from across the pond on Friday night.
Seeing a lone bird soaring overhead on a gloomy day may cause sentimental thoughts regarding the glory of owning wings to sink slowly into the pavement. Similarly, a sense of defeatism battling thoughts of grandeur shines through the music of the Raveonettes.
It's only the beginning of April but St. Louis saw the hottest show of the year last night at the Firebird. This was due not only to the solid performances by Tamaryn and the Raveonettes, but mostly due to the sauna-like conditions at the venue (which is without the modern invention of air conditioning).