Courtesy of There's A Killer Among UsSt. Louis' musical history features a wealth of local D.I.Y. talent whose cultural significance has further solidified an ever-expanding reputation for true musicianship and solid attitude. Stemming from the underbelly of the river city, bands like Dazzli ... More >>
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Ivy Cooper encapsulates the St. Louis art scene
The Flo Fanatics meld gangsta lyrics and noise-rock productions
Fred's Variety Group doesn't let ego get in the way of the music
Lightning strikes three times in one place, on one night
Our Town's radio stations aren't playing much local fare because they're not getting much that's fit to play
Are you hotty-hot-hot enough for the big time? The notorious Black Panel reconvenes for another local-release roundup.
Your verdict is in: Check out St. Louis’ favorite local musicians.
Love her or hate her, the RFT's most talked-about food reviewer is back
The RFT Music Awards lets you be the judge
Chefs and musicians collaborate on a delicious piece of performance art
The Everywhen collective gathers to plot an audacious new project
Local artist Eric Hall's new multimedia performance Freedom and Fear reclaims the flag for the left
Week of November 7, 2001
Two years in the making, Western Robot's Music for a Morning's Work defies categorization: It's not punk, prog, jazz or rock -- just sublime.
The local-music compilation Suite 16 has womanly charms to please almost any listener
Chris Deckard of Penny Studios is no ordinary record producer