The first weekend of Miami's Ultra Music Festival has come and gone. These bass junkies in tutus, dead starfish, Pokémon body suits and other various Halloween costumes offered words of fashion advice and reflection. Click on to uncover how to dress like a raver at Ultra. Also, be sure to check our ... More >>
* means coming to town, means a local release Euclid Records 1. Roky Erickson/Okkervil River - True Love Cast Out All Evil 2. MGMT - Congratulations 3. Jeff Beck - Emotion Commotion 4. Shelby Lynne - Tears, Lies, & Alibis 5. Jesse Malin & The St. Marks Social ... More >>
A special Record Store Day edition of top sellers! equates local, * is a band coming to town. Euclid separated its RSD exclusives for its top ten; Vintage did not. Vintage Vinyl 1. VARIOUS ARTISTS---Don't Quit Your Day Job 2. FLAMING LIPS, STAR DEATH & WHITE DWARF WITH HENRY ROLLINS & PEA ... More >>
A * means the band is coming to town, a indicates locals. Vintage Vinyl 1. ERYKAH BADU---New Amerykah Part Two: Return Of The Ankh 2. USHER---Raymond V. Raymond 3. DR.DOG---Shame Shame 4. MONICA---Still Standing 5. SHARON JONES & THE DAP KINGS---I Learned The Hard Way 6. SHE & HIM---Volume ... More >>
9 p.m. Sunday, December 30. Home Nightclub, 1260 South Main Street, St. Charles.
We list this year's real stinkers, get some critical advice from the folks and look at some scary new downloading laws
Bad timing and institutional racism kept Gary Jackson out of pro wrestling's spotlight. But he's got St. Louis in a hammer lock.
Evil Heat (Epic)
At long last, the Godfather's son makes his first film, and it was not easy
The Fantasy Four and the Julia Sets take their show on the road
Friday, Aug. 17; Mississippi Nights
Miami welcomes the Winter Music Conference and, with it, a whole new culture
The RFT music staff indulges itself by picking the best work of 2000
On Kid A, Radiohead learns to disappear -- then reappear -- completely
Saturday, Aug. 19; Black River Amphitheater (Lesterville, Mo.)
Written and directed by Justin Kerrigan
RFT music critics offer a cut-and-paste compendium of the year in music. Everyone's wrong. Everyone's right.
Osmosis (Leaf Records)
The Chemical Brothers achieve combustion on their new album, Surrender
Tiny but determined, WEW-AM and KNSX-FM ride the rough surf of St. Louis radio
Japanese composer/remix master Nobukazu Takemura transforms the binary babble of skitterish CDs into pure beauty