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 >>
Your daily guide to what they're whispering about in the next cubicle. HERE Ian Froeb smells a new Indian restaurant in town. Hear more about Annie Zaleski's interview with Mitch Easter. Did KSDK screw with with PubDef’s YouTubing? The city violates itself. Uh, that's hot? www.boingboing.ne ... 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