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Jordan Howe

  • Blogs

    October 10, 2013

    Union Tree Review Returns Even Stronger than Before

    Union Tree Review Enjoy the Weather www.uniontreereview.com If you've ever wondered what became of Union Tree Review, that promising sextet with the right mix of creative intensity and local scene connections, here's a little recap: Since the 2011 release of Death and Other Forms of Relaxation, the ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 10, 2012

    The Best of An Under Cover Weekend at the Firebird

    An Under Cover Weekend is a time to get silly, abandon caution and get lost with ten St. Louis bands in some of the most loved music ever. Many of us will never see Aerosmith in concert. The majority of the two sold-out crowds missed Michael Jackson. And here they are, in joyful incarnation. Just fo ... More >>

  • Blogs

    July 20, 2011

    The Quiet Spontaneity Of Sleep In Sundays: A Q&A With Eric Williger

    ​Sleep In Sundays, a.k.a. Eric Williger, released its debut full-length, Okay, on Blackburn Recordings last weekend at Apop Records. Its eighteen tracks were written over the course of four years, starting when Williger was in the tail end of high school in Webster, running through his gradua ... More >>

  • Blogs

    May 11, 2011

    The National Jukebox Offers 10,000 Recordings from 1901-1925 for Free: Clear Some Time

    A pre-electric recording session. Courtesy of the Library of Congress​The Library of Congress just launched the National Jukebox, a free service that lets you stream some 10,000 recordings made between 1901 and 1925. Right now, they're all releases on labels now owned by Sony Music, which gave ... More >>

  • Blogs

    March 2, 2010

    Forget the Tea Party -- Coffee is the New Beverage of Political Action

    flickr.com/photos/mr_t_in_dcWhich St. Louis Coffee Party will reign supreme?‚ÄčThe St. Louis Tea Party turned one year old last weekend. To celebrate, not one, but two, fledgling political groups are throwing their own warm beverage parties. Coincidentally, but not surprisingly, both call themselves ... More >>

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