This week is another of those extra-packed ones, so this list is a bit longer than usual -- hooray for St. Louis music! If anything remains of your vehicles after Saturday's ridiculous hailstorm (mine only lost a window or two, no biggie) make sure hit the town or else you'll be missing some excelle ... More >>
Image viaRuckus Roboticus playes with matches AND scratchesDan Haug (a.k.a Ruckus Roboticus) suspended a performing hiatus to make his first ever stop in St. Louis, playing the final night of the Stylus exhibit at the Pulitzer. He took a break from working on his new record (and preparing for ... More >>
Last night, Jamie Lidell induced bootyshaking at the Old Rock House, thanks to his mix of funk, soul and electro. Photographer Jason Stoff was there and snapped the following photos; an entire slideshow will be up tomorrow. Thanks to a nasty, huge deadline, I was chained to my laptop and couldn't re ... More >>
9 p.m. Thursday, September 9. The Old Rock House, 1200 South Seventh Street.
Gucci Mane loves you. The Atlanta rapper is currently incarcerated and due to be released next week, but you can still wear your Free Gucci t-shirt on June 12 at Verizon Wireless Amphitheater. 2720 Cherokee *Shpongle, May 12 Beale On Broadway *Chris Ruest Band, May 22 *Magic Slim and The Teardro ... More >>
U.K. electro-soul whiz Jamie Lidell, who seems to play Kansas City or Lawrence every time he comes 'round the Midwest, is finally making his way to St. Louis. Mark your calendars for Thursday, September 9, at the Old Rock House. Tickets are $15 in advance, $17 day of show, and are on sale Wednesday, ... More >>
9 p.m. Saturday, May 2. Lemmons, 5800 Gravois Avenue.
Slide Show We have photos from all three days of the fest. Featuring photos of Cat Power, Kanye West, G. Love and Special Sauce, Blues Traveler, Gnarls Barkley, Mark Ronson, Rhymefest, CSS, Electric Touch, Gogol Bordello, Jeff Tweedy, Louis XIV, the Raconteurs, Girl Talk, Perry Farrell, Spank Rock, ... More >>
Electronic music: the year in review
Ten albums that make it easy to avoid fretting about your old-fashioned, Rockist ways