The Magnetic Fields | Gal Musette Sheldon Concert Hall, 11/14/12 Since the Magnetic Fields last played St. Louis, it has completed its synth-free trilogy (2010's Realism was the last puzzle piece), left Nonesuch Records, and returned to Merge Records, the indie label that released its prime 1990s w ... More >>
Wilco's Yankee Hotel Foxtrot is rightfully associated with excellence, a piece of work commonly heralded as one of the best albums of the 2000s. It's the type of record with enough depth, lyricism and experimentation to get people interested in serious music, no small feat for any band, and this one ... More >>
Jason StoffDom Flemons of Carolina Chocolate Drops at LouFest.It's been a long year for the Carolina Chocolate Drops, who have been on the road in tireless support of Genuine Negro Jig. The trio will make its third St. Louis appearance of 2010 tonight at the Sheldon; earlier in the year, the ... More >>
Congratulations to the SLSO, which received quite an honor today. Doctor Atomic Symphony, the John Adams composition it recorded under conductor David Robertson, was named iTunes' Best Contemporary Classical Album of 2009. (Screenshot below.) Released by Nonesuch Records in July, Atomic was recorded ... More >>
The Knee Plays
8 p.m. Saturday, December 2. Mississippi Nights (914 North First Street).
Wilco's drummer beats a retreat on his solo disc.
Mobile (Nonesuch Records)
We chat with Stephin Merritt and Dayna Kurtz, explore the folly of !!! and talk band battles with Thee Lordly Serpents
Wednesday, March 31; Touhill Performing Arts Center
Scott Joplin receives a celebratory homecoming with Opera Theatre of St. Louis' revival of Treemonisha
Risk-taking composer John Adams conducts the St. Louis Symphony