Editor's Note: The end of 2012 is upon us (also the end of the world, if you believe in that sort of thing), so we thought we'd put a cap on things by sharing some of our personal favorite shows, albums, events and general shenanigans. Join us as we indulge in some navel-gazing!
Once upon a time, I ... More >>
Tonight marks the first time that the rowdy Los Angeles hip hop collective Odd Future makes a stop in St. Louis, on a tour that is also the first that member and standout lyricist Earl Sweatshirt is able to attend. For a large portion of Odd Future's hype-laden ascent, Earl (whose real name is Thebe ... More >>
(Via TMZ, via Mike A) GQ just posted a lengthy interview with Billy Ray Cyrus. The country star-turned-actor opens up about the troubles of his daughter, Miley, the effects of the TV show Hannah Montana on the family, his divorce and an impending new album. Relevant to us: Cyrus says that he ... More >>
Ten things to do, that is, besides what we previewed on the music page, the Earthworms DVD screening and Ryan Bingham Sunday night at the Old Rock House.
7 Shot Screamers @ Way Out Club
Punk-a-billy faves 7SS haven't done a show in a long, long time; this gig features the golden-age ... More >>
"Who is Palmdale?" you might ask. Why, it's the new band from Kay Hanley, best known as the perky singer form '90s rockers Letters to Cleo. In the years since LC split, Hanley's released some solo records, supplied the singing voice for several cartoons/movies/kid's shows and toured as a back-up voc ... More >>