In the 20th century, St. Louis was a veritable Petri dish for noise-rock artists. Once the mid-aughts hit, most of those bands drifted off, and our city's loud-music exports became punk and metal. But the dream still lives in locals like Yowie and What We Won't See, though, who will join Pittsburgh' ... More >>
Canadian DJ and producer Deadmau5 is skipping St. Louis on his current tour, which has included a six-night sell-out at New York City's Roseland Ballroom last week and four sold-out nights at House of Blues in Boston this week.Luckily, the sick bastards at Epic Meal Time are sharing the live ... More >>
We at the Daily RFT will admit to being suckers for the latest Internet craze, whatever it happens to be. Foursquare? We're on it. *%&^! My Dad Says? We read it every day back when it was just a stream on Twitter.We do not write like Stephenie Meyer. We do not write like Stephenie Meyer.So la ... More >>
One local band bares all, another straps on Steely Dan, and we visit the Old School
Christian Slater hunts monsters but finds only a lame movie
Keith Jozsef's magic is scary but not sinister. Let him proveit to you Friday night.
Friday, October 17; Pop's
Pyramids, death metal and a roadie with the mummy's curse? Meet Nile.
The House on the Borderland conflates the genres of horror and comics