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    St. Louis Weekend Round-up: September 28-30

    I'm out of town this weekend, kiddies, but go out for me. Here's what's going on: Friday, September 28 *Flaming Lips, Pageant - SOLD OUT *The Kissers, The Dubliner *i:Scintilla/Martin Atkins DJ set, Creepy Crawl. Atkins is also holding a lecture at ...

    @ RFTmusic by Annie Zaleski on September 28, 2007 @ 10:14 am
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    An Interview with the Flaming Lips' Michael Ivins: Preview of St. Louis Pageant show

    Even though we didn't have room in the paper this week to cover the way-sold-out Flaming Lips show, that doesn't mean we don't care about the band. Here's a long Q&A with Michael Ivins, bassist and founding member for the band. RFT: This tour in su...

    @ RFTmusic by Annie Zaleski on September 27, 2007 @ 3:37 pm
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    Jenny Owen Youngs: Cover of Nelly's "Hot in Here"

    Adorable! Penguins! Polar bears! Igloos! Girl with a guitar! -- Annie Zaleski

    @ RFTmusic by Annie Zaleski on September 26, 2007 @ 4:42 pm
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    Homespun: The Incurables, Songs for a Blackout

    Due to our "Best of St. Louis" issue this week -- and why look, the shit-talkin' has already begun! -- we didn't have a clubs section, nor room to run Homespun. That doesn't mean the CD reviewed, the Incurables' Songs for a Blackout, deserves any les...

    @ RFTmusic by Annie Zaleski on September 26, 2007 @ 4:09 pm
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    DJ Needles' JazzyPhatNappy Night at 609 to Stop

    James "DJ Needles" Gates announced earlier this week that JazzyPhatNappy, the weekly event he hosts on Thursdays at the 609 Restaurant and U Lounge in University City, will be held for the last time tomorrow evening. Needles has DJ'd the night for ne...

    @ RFTmusic by Annie Zaleski on September 26, 2007 @ 3:54 pm
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    Metallica Shreds -- Unskillfully

    What happens when you time-shift a Metallica song, chop it up a bit and re-sync it up with the video for "One"? Why, this bit of hilarity. Thanks to Paul for the link. -- Annie Zaleski

    @ RFTmusic by Annie Zaleski on September 26, 2007 @ 2:19 pm
  • Remaking Michael - Why waste money (or steal) those bogus Thriller remixes when you can get better Michael Jackson reinventions legally -- for free? Plus, the history of the classic Harlem Globetrotters song "Sweet Georgia Brown."

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    Remaking Michael - Why waste money (or steal) those bogus Thriller remixes when you can get better Michael Jackson reinventions legally -- for free? Plus, the history of the classic Harlem Globetrotters song "Sweet Georgia Brown."

    Two months ago, the silver-anniversary reissue of Michael Jackson's Thriller -- a souped-up, repackaged remembrance of the nine tracks of pop/soul perfection that the tree-climbing, surgical mask-wearing, yeah-it's-OK-to-sleep-with-kids, nutty sumbi...

    by Dean C. Minderman on April 9, 2008
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    A to Z

    As I wrote about last year, our music blog A to Z (blogs.riverfronttimes.com/atoz) has somewhat replaced the aim of this column: to discuss local music goings-on and happenings. The immediate nature of the blog lets me expand our coverage by augment...

    by Annie Zaleski on April 9, 2008
  • Slice of Life - John Vanderslice celebrates warmer weather with an exclusive mix of tunes.

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    Slice of Life - John Vanderslice celebrates warmer weather with an exclusive mix of tunes.

    When erudite indie rocker John Vanderslice played Saint Louis University's Billiken Club last May (which was a few months before the release of his latest album, Emerald City), a very special thing happened. During the encore, he led his band and th...

    by Annie Zaleski on April 9, 2008
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    John Henry & the Engine - Under the Yellow Moon (Home Tone Records)

    On Under the Yellow Moon, it's unclear if John Henry & the Engine send us their greetings from Asbury Park, New Jersey, or Columbia, Missouri. The quartet is so steeped in Springsteenisms -- piano-led epics, small-town heartbreaks and a heavy relian...

    by Christian Schaeffer on April 9, 2008
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    Chris Scruggs

    The son of country star Gail Davies and the grandson of Earl Scruggs, BR549 guitarist and Grand Ole Opry stalwart Chris Scruggs might have had a chance at mainstream country success were we not living in the age of Nashville Star, American Idol and ...

    by Roy Kasten on April 9, 2008
  • Unwed Sailor

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    Unwed Sailor

    Unwed Sailor is a fitting name for a band that's geographically restless enough to have called Seattle, Chicago, Washington D.C., Mississippi and Little Rock, Arkansas, home in the past. Currently located in Lawrence, Kansas -- and buoyed by the rec...

    by Ryan Wasoba on April 9, 2008
  • The Modern Skirts

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    The Modern Skirts

    Athens, Georgia's pop legacy is well-preserved by the Modern Skirts, a quartet that has gracefully grown into its skin since purchasing a piano for $75 three years ago. Ben Folds' bittersweetness, the Beach Boys' spot-on harmonies and plenty of whol...

    by Annie Zaleski on April 9, 2008
  • Via Audio

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    Via Audio

    The three guys and one gal of Via Audio may have formed while at Boston's Berklee College of Music, but the quartet possesses little of the pretentiousness that often accompanies formal training. Which isn't to say that the quartet isn't versatile: ...

    by Christian Schaeffer on April 9, 2008
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    Peter Mulvey

    Over the last decade, the Massachusetts label Signature Sounds has been quietly assembling a sparkling roster of folkies who seem more interested in mastering songcraft than they do sipping the sonic vanilla syrup of latte nation. Milwaukee native P...

    by Roy Kasten on April 9, 2008
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    Dan Deacon

    If there is in fact a fine line between genius and madness, Dan Deacon takes that line, bellows distorted nonsensical lyrics and dances back and forth across it. While critics and hipsters fawned over Deacon's dense, absurdist style of electronica l...

    by Keegan Hamilton on April 9, 2008
  • Minus Story

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    Minus Story

    Minus Story is abashedly charismatic yet also scientifically dedicated to bringing the rock noise. It's like one of those chemistry-circus things that college students put on for elementary school kids -- charming nerds in white coats making chemica...

    by Jason Harper on April 9, 2008
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    Napalm Death

    You have to to hand it to Napalm Death. Few bands in the realm of metal have had such an original vision and stuck to it for so long without selling out, getting stale or throwing in the towel. For more than twenty years, the Birmingham, England, ba...

    by Mike Cracchiolo on April 9, 2008
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    The Alice Rose/The Blind Eyes

    The Alice Rose has a way of sneaking up on you and becoming a windows-down, springtime favorite. The Austin, Texas, quartet's 2006 album Phonographic Memory incorporates tried-and-true pop songwriting techniques -- upbeat tempos, simple lyrics, suga...

    by Shae Moseley on April 9, 2008
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    New St. Louis Music Blog Kid on the Block

    Living In Hell: The St. Louis Music Scene Sucks Edited, 11 a.m. Wednesday, September 26: Already deleted. --Annie Zaleski, a.k.a. music editor of "the muthafucking RFT"

    @ RFTmusic by Annie Zaleski on September 26, 2007 @ 12:07 am
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