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Friday, January 17, 2014

The Ten Best Shows in St. Louis This Weekend: January 17 to 19

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Amen Lucy, Amen album release - Friday, January 18 @ The Gramophone - PUBLICITY PHOTO
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  • Amen Lucy, Amen album release - Friday, January 18 @ The Gramophone

This weekend features the debut of a few St. Louis albums from Sleepy Kitty, Magnolia Summer and Amen Lucy, Amen. Support local music, and then check out a variety of acts from out of town including Nipsey Hussle, Scowler and Random Rab. Get some info on these shows and more after the jump.

Friday (January 17):

Amen Lucy, Amen CD Release w/ Bone Jugs and Harmony, Mt. Thelonius @ The Gramophone 9 p.m. | $5 Local five-piece folk outfit Amen Lucy, Amen releases its album A Shore For the End. Get a preview on label Brave New Records' website. (MS)

Scowler w/ Life in Vacuum, Laika @ Lemp Arts Center 8 p.m. / $5 This post-hardcore powerhouse of a bill features Scowler from Milwaukee and Life in Vacuum from Ontario. Click the links to hear tracks from the bands, and check out a profile from last summer with local openers Laika. (MS)

This or the Apocalypse w/ Sworn In, Shai Hulud, Sirens & Sailors @ Fubar 6:30 p.m. | $13-$15 Stick around after this show for Ramming Speed on the lounge side, featuring ex-members of Bones Brigade. It is free to attendees of this one! (DH)

Tim Garrigan @ Barbarella 10:30 p.m. | free St. Louis ex-pat Tim Garrigan, formerly of Dazzling Killmen, You Fantastic and Phut, makes a rare appearance in town from New York with a solo set of his original singer songwriter tunes. (MS)

Also on Friday, check out the Sleepy Kitty Record Release and the Bottoms Up Blues Gang. Click the links to read more.

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