George Orwell's predictions in his dystopian classic 1984 seem more apt for 2014 than the titular year. The scale and scope of our intelligence agencies suggest that Big Brother is well and truly with us. Our corruption of the English language in social media is more than reminiscent of newspeak (LO ... More >>
"Summer after high school when we first met / We make out in your Mustang to Radiohead" Such is the opening couplet of "The One Who Got Away" by the inescapable Katy Perry. The namedrop is confusing. Radiohead is beyond famous at this point, so it's not necessarily a cred pull on Perry's part; if t ... More >>
Photo by: Bill StreeterContemporary Art Museum attendees enjoy drinks and snacks as they watch art in the making.The Contemporary Art Museum hosted an interesting event last night in which it invited people to listen to tunes (spun by DJ Thomas Crone) and watch as artist worked on various projects. ... More >>
The Mexican calls out Romney and explains how to type in Spanish.
B-Sides reboots Radiohead and takes a roadtrip with Ani.
We explore the wacky world of Phosphorescent, rile up Henry Rollins and venture into weirdness with Murder by Death
Soulard residents worry Big Brother will come knocking with Kraiberg's camera plan
For all your circuitry needs, the Web's the place
It's the end for The Industry, a publication only Post-Dispatch "critic" Kevin Johnson could love
Folktronic (Le Grand Magistery)
At 28, Spuds has become a cybersage for the young and the reckless. Now he's gone straight.
Hailed as a successor to Radiohead, Grandaddy makes great music while looking to the good old days
Getting to the bottom of Post-Dispatch editor Cole Campbell's abrupt departure
Even though the instruments of choice are computers, Paul Davis and Joe Beuckman of Beige Records make music brimming with energy and personality