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It's been a great year for rock 'n' roll records released by your friends and neighbors. Here are the ones I really liked.

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A primer: Volcanoes is a St. Louis dance-metal duo composed of stoic guitarist Jon Ryan and the delightfully spastic Eric Peters. After being sealed up for several semesters inside Lindenwood University (in St. Charles, Missouri), Volcanoes released "Heavy Hands" in 2012. The chugging, hyper-aggressive sing-speak, drum-and-guitar melodies were comely enough to assuage any eyebrows raised, and jittered about in beguiling, scattered memorandums on a breakup.

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Friday night marked the fourth Anniversary of St. Louis concert venue the Firebird. Local bands Roundheels, the Brainstems, the Breaks, and Volcanoes were part of the bill to help celebrate the occasion.

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I was pretty stoked to see that Jack Buck, the mathy hardcore locals named after the late sportscaster, would be opening up the insanely solid lineup at Bad Dog Bar and Grill on Friday night.

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Just like the storms that ended shortly before the show, there was plenty of rumbling filling the air of the Firebird Friday night as An Under Cover Weekend kicked off its sixth year.

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If you put your ear to hot cement in the middle of a 100-degree-plus St. Louis afternoon, you may get a glimpse into the sound of Volcanoes erupting.

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Cleveland based art rockers, mr. Gnome, came to St Louis and turned up the energy at Plush on Wednesday night.

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It was a boisterous birthday bash for the Blind Eyes at Off Broadway on Saturday night, who were celebrating the third anniversary of their debut release, "Modernity."

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Wednesday night at the Firebird was similar to the recent wave of awesome weather days this winter in St. Louis. I went into the Pomegranates-headlined show knowing their set was sure to leave me smiling and bouncing a bit the next day.

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