At this point, saying that Josh Galliano is a rock star in the St. Louis (if not national) culinary scene is stating the obvious. If his status was not already solidified by his tenure at An American Place and Monarch, or his Best New Chef award from Food and Wine Magazine, then the overwhelming suc ... More >>
Well, I can cross "get personally serenaded in a room full of people by an expertly expletive-spitting, sparkly cape wearing Blowfly" off of my bucket list now (the "girlfriend" mentioned in the appropriately titled Blowfly Stole My Girlfriend and Called My Dick Puny show recap is me). He held my ha ... More >>
Babel, the second release by the English folk quartet Mumford and Sons, is in its third week atop the Billboard Album chart. This surely makes their parents and accountants happy, but the fact that such luminaries as Matchbox Twenty, Linkin Park and the Zac Brown Band have recently held this spot de ... More >>
Guardian Alien | Starring | Kisser | Zagk Gibbons The Firebird August 16, 2012 The line between improvising and jamming is quite thin. None of the bands at The Firebird last evening were the archetypal Dead-head or Phish-phreak groups. Guardian Alien (subject of this week's RFT Music feature story) ... More >>
Another week of great music in St. Louis: Highlights of this week include a visit from multi-talented songstress Santigold at the Pageant, the eclectic-but-soft-spoken indie rock of Pinback and the hard-drivin' country-rock of Whitey Morgan & the 78's. In addition to the out-of-towners, plenty of ... More >>
This just in: Vinyl is BACK! Now in its fifth year, Record Store Day has made its international mark, recognized by labels, bands, and collectors worldwide. Celebrating the cultural impact of the independent record store, RSD offers everything from live performances to special discounts to limited e ... 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 with which you can check out some of the artists you may not be familiar with. Page two contains our complete listing of new ... More >>
This is part two of Katie Moulton's Chef's Choice profile of Nate Hereford of Niche (1831 Sidney Street, 314-773-7755). To read part one, click here. Stay tuned for part three, a recipe from Hereford, which we'll publish tomorrow. Katie MoultonThis man "loves offal." Thankfully, he opted to make En ... More >>
Every Monday, A to Z publishes the best-selling releases from area independent record stores from the preceding week. An asterisk after an album name indicates that the act is coming to town. And so without further ado: Apop Records: Vivian Girls: Everything Goes Wrong Tortoise: Beacons of Ancesto ... More >>
Here are some of the new shows announced this week at venues around St. Louis! Pops * The AP Tour featuring Family Force 5/The Maine/3OH!3, Wednesday, April 15 Family Arena * Avenged Sevenfold/Buckcherry/Papa Roach/Saving Abel, Tuesday, February 17 Scottrade Center *Billy Joel and Elton John, ... More >>
Real Emotional Trash
7:30 p.m. Saturday, February 2. The Pageant, 6161 Delmar Boulevard.
The complete low-down on this year's nominated acts
Epiphanies, Power Wheels and the Pixies -- all in a tour's work for Frank Black.
B-Sides examines some Dean Martin albums we wish existed, gets the scoop on Ozzfest injuries and spotlights this week's local trading-card all-star
A local music fan starts Broke & Hungry Records, Matador Records gets its videogame on and the debut of "Yo! RFT Raps"
They might be moguls: Meet Mike Landau and Brad Goldenberg, the minds behind Phat Buddha Productions
Time again to take the year-end quiz
Friday, September 16; Mississippi Nights (914 North First Street)
Week of August 17, 2005
We have an intervention for An Angle, talk baseball and Moz with Joe Pernice, and learn some rock rules by which to live
Your reviews of the Riverfront Times Music Showcase
This year, blood-soaked extreme metal took its rightful place in the world of heavy music.
Kristie McClanahan discusses Jimmy Buffett's one-night-only cinematic experience with an avowed parrot-hater
These are the best rock & roll conversations in the world. No argument.
Thursday, August 12; Gateway Arch Stage on the St. Louis Riverfront
Radar Station gets what it needs at the Creepy Crawl
In which Radar Station meets some folks who kinda like Bob Dylan
Forget critics' warnings: Listening to Radiohead is easy
The influence of Jamaican remixes has spread far and wide since British punk rockers took to dub reggae in the 1970s
In the postmodern style of the times, Ween has found its niche by having no niche at all
Key-ticklers at the Drake Bar and the Big Bang reinvigorate the old piano-bar concept
SLU's Blue Crew lives to harangue rival ballers -- and even the guys on the home team
Week of January 15, 2003
The name has changed, but the song remains the same
Friday, March 8; Mississippi Nights
Hey, what's that glowstick doing in the granola? Lake Trout redefines the jam-band label for the electronic age.
Wednesday, Nov. 7; Cicero's
Cicero's revives flagging attendance with the introduction of a jam-band format
Two different artists, two different nights, one (kinda) similar theme