Halloween is here! Whether you planned that get-up for months or now have to scour the gutter for some tumbleweave to augment that makeshift costume, get on out and partake in some prime people watching tonight. Lots of local musicians went all out to dress up for one-night-only cover sets, and plen ... More >>
It's a busy week for St. Louis music. Read on to catch a piece of the action. With Halloween celebratory activities well under way, local bands get ready go dress up with special covers-only sets. Besides that, Bug Chaser drops its latest, Noisefest celebrates its tenth anniversary and Tef Poe perfo ... More >>
[Editor's note: This article was orginally printed by our sister paper, OC Weekly, where Andrew Youssef is based. Youssef is the author of the Last Shot column that we have been running, which chronicles his struggle against cancer in his own words.] Sneakers squeaking on white tiles, Andrew Yousse ... More >>
Are you sick of being responsible? Does it annoy you to have to follow rules or be pro-social? Do you like basements? Well, if you are a goofy, degenerate weirdo who doesn't quite fit in anywhere else, you might consider our city's hardcore/punk shows.Your underlying anger problems can be brought ou ... More >>
This happened: Laura Cantrell, a New York-based country singer and songwriter, shared a stage with two friends, Rosie Flores and Kristi Rose, backed by Fats Kaplin and Mark Spencer, two of the finer musicians in a town that, on this or any week, affords some stiff competition. The trio of voices fil ... More >>
9 p.m. Saturday, December 10. Off Broadway, 3509 Lemp Avenue.
Tony LeSeureSt. 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 Dazzling Killmen, White Prid ... More >>
Art Chantry poster from the Twangfest auctionTwangfest 15 came and went in a four-day blur of Americana and damp floors. The post-Twang comedown includes, as it always does, an auction of music related items to benefit KDHX. Right now, there are some 150 things you can bid on, including sign ... More >>
(New albums are typically released on Tuesdays, i.e., today. What can you spend your hard-earned pennies on this week? Find out below.) Chikita Violenta's Tre3s*Chikita Violenta, Tre3s Spin says of Tre3s, "This Mexican quartet's third release suggests a largely untapped indie-rock revenue st ... More >>
Local musicians and writers weigh in on the Police's legacy in St. Louis -- then and now.
Week of May 24, 2007
Sound of Silver (DFA/Capitol)
XTC's Andy Partridge unearths his musical treasure trove.
Sofia Coppola pays opulent tribute to the innocent boredom of a teen queen
5 p.m. Saturday, August 12. Creepy Crawl (3524 Washington Boulevard).
A middle-aged couple with a million dollars and a big dream: To make St. Louis a pop-music hub
Stung by major-label betrayal, indie-rockers the Deconstruction Plan take their act underground again
Tiny but determined, WEW-AM and KNSX-FM ride the rough surf of St. Louis radio