Forgive us for not getting this review up the day after Budweiser put on its "Made in America" concert featuring Girl Talk and the Floozies. But with free Budweisers being tossed about the Pageant like Dubble Bubble at a kiddie parade, we were in no condition yesterday to write anything remotely int ... More >>
Here again: every newly announced show for the week! On page one you'll find a quick list of shows that particularly caught our attention, followed by embedded YouTube videos; there, you can check out some of the artists you may not be familiar with. Page two contains our complete listing of new sho ... More >>
In recent music news, Radiohead will begin working on a new record in September. Nine Inch Nails is reforming. Pearl Jam is releasing another undoubtedly awful new record. And somehow, Iggy and the Stooges are gearing up for a new release. But more importantly, the Harlem Shake is a thing. See Mor ... More >>
That most excellent of holidays -- the one where we get to dress up in goofy costumes, the one where it's considered par for the course to vandalize your neighbors' houses, the one where strangers give children candy and everyone is cool with it -- HALLOWEEN is nigh! Skeleton decorations blanket the ... More >>
Tomorrow, Nirvana's Nevermind turns twenty years old, leaving Gen Xers questioning where their lives have gone, just as they questioned where their lives were going to the strains of Smells Like Teen Spirit. While Nevermind marked a victory for the underground in a stellar year of albums, th ... More >>
Dvdn Alterior DJing the Victorian Fetish Ball at Lure in 2009. Dvdn Alterior introduced rave culture to St. Louis in the early '90s, and since then, he's been producing envelope-pushing parties that have left an indelible mark on the St. Louis scene. Alterior -- who prefers to go by the monik ... More >>
Who says the record store is dead? Not us here in St. Louis, where both Vintage Vinyl and Euclid Records sold a lot of tunes. Below, please find the top selling albums from both stores, including a separate top vinyl list from VV. Enjoy! Vintage Vinyl: Top CDs 1. Murphy Lee - You See Me 2. ... More >>
Tonight, at the Scottrade Center, one of my all time favorite bands will rock the collective ass of St. Louis for all that it's worth. Ladies and Gentlemen, AC/DC is in the house. I know, I don't really seem the sort to love AC/DC, but what can I say? Maybe it's the screech of Brian Johnson's vocals ... More >>
(Me, with my vintage WMMS T-shirt. 100.7 FM is Cleveland's legendary classic rock/new music station.) I'm a firm believer that you can never truly know a person until you know from whence they come. And as everyone knows, I'm a Cleveland gal, loud and proud, born and raised. I have so much Ohio pri ... More >>
Week of May 31, 2007
We've even included a key!
How much should it cost Internet radio operators like Jim and Wanda Atkinson to satisfy your cravings for streaming rock & roll?
Think globally, watch locally at the fifteenth annual St. Louis International Film Festival.
They get off on vampires and horror movies and brutal deaths. It's all part of the hell-hop scene.
Week of June 22, 2006
B-Sides sends our parents to see the Trans-Siberian Orchestra, finds songs to make stray partygoers leave and geeks out with the technological geniuses in Hyperbubble
We have an intervention for An Angle, talk baseball and Moz with Joe Pernice, and learn some rock rules by which to live
A local musician speaks out on the tragic death of Dimebag Darrell
The Guns N' Roses tour collapses, and Axl folds. Is anyone really surprised?
Week of November 6, 2002
Mark Romanek makes a great bad man of Robin
Sick of the St. Louis superstar's coverage in our pages? Let us know.
Eric Stanze is the most successful filmmaker in St. Louis. Be afraid. Be very afraid.
Week of June 12, 2002
Friends of local musical treasure Willie Akins want to help erase his medical bills
Directed by Errol Morris
RFT music critics offer a cut-and-paste compendium of the year in music. Everyone's wrong. Everyone's right.
When a nightclub switched to hip-hop, Laclede's Landing and the city clamped down. The fans don't fit in with the plans.