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There was a time, not so long ago, when a band called Union Tree Review was making its mark on the St. Louis indie-music scene. Headed by a forlorn crooner named Tawaine Noah, UTR added furious, gnarled guitar, relaxed viola to hash out Noah's ruminations on loss.

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Once upon a time, Bruce Willis' famous line in "Die Hard" was changed for a TV broadcast to "Yippee ki yay, mother falcon!" Somewhere in the creative wilds of Austin, Texas a group of musicians adopted this inventive TV edit as its name and Mother Falcon was born.

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An all-local bill at the Firebird on Saturday brought a few St. Louis favorites to the stage, including Wildeyed, Union Tree Review, Palace and Dots Not Feathers.

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On Tuesday night, Rhode Island-based duo Brown Bird came through St. Louis and shared their dark and rhythmic brand of folk music with an appreciative crowd at the Duck Room.

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Last night at Off Broadway marked the Brooklyn, N.Y.-based (by way of Columbia, Mo.) White Rabbits' return to its home state. With the help of St. Louis' Union Tree Review, White Rabbits proved they know how to throw a drum and bass-riddled homecoming party.

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White Rabbits treated a packed Off Broadway to a display of pop and power on Friday, October 13.

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Despite the intimate crowd at Off Broadway Tuesday night, the Spring Standards were able to generate a real party atmosphere on the dance floor.

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Last night, St. Louis hosted Portugal. The Man on its first major headlining tour. But this was no normal tour. Its sponsor, Jägermeister, was everywhere, complete with a DJ spinning for the set changes and the all-important Jäger girls strutting about the Pageant in tight leather, handing out freebies and other swag.

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The Jagermeister Music Tour came to the Pageant Sunday night, featuring three young indie-rock acts that each have a penchant for moody and melodic sounds.

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Taking place in an empty 2720, a club which normally hosts a slew of reggae and hip hop shows, Union Tree Review's "Excavate" became one of Show Me Show's most thrilling performances.

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