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Thursday, April 3, 2014

Every St. Louis Release: March 2014

Posted By on Thu, Apr 3, 2014 at 4:00 AM


This is pretty self-explanatory, really -- here you will find every musical project released in the St. Louis area in March 2014, listed in alphabetical order. There are links to information about the bands and places to buy these things as well as streaming previews wherever possible.

Note: We realize there are probably a few things we missed. If you know of an album, EP or compilation that came out last month, let us know in the comments and we'll amend this post.

If you'd like to have your release included in the April installment, or if you'd like to put an upcoming local release on our radar in general, e-mail us at with "ATTN: St. Louis Release" in the subject line.

See also: Every St. Louis Release: February 2014

Al Bundie's Army - Side One EP

Purchase via Bandcamp

AtM - Solstice Part 1 (Advice From a Fortune Cookie)

Purchase via Bandcamp

Bible Belt Sinners - Sunday Best

Homespun review

Purchase via Bandcamp

Britches - Demolition

Fill in the Blank profile

Purchase via Bandcamp

Certified Prince - 21: The Album

Purchase via Bandcamp

Grand House - Grand House

Purchase via Bandcamp

Hands and Feet - Hello Hello EP

Purchase via Bandcamp

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Heavy Weather - Demo 2014

Purchase via Bandcamp

Little Big Bangs/Barely Free - Split Tape

Fill in the Blank profile on Little Big Bangs Fill in the Blank profile on Barely Free

Purchase via Bandcamp

Lumpy & the Dumpers - Self-Titled 7"

Purchase via Bandcamp

The Maness Brothers - Grief Factory

Fill in the Blank profile

Purchase via Bandcamp

Nappy DJ Needles - The Notorious Exchange

Purchase via Bandcamp

Paces Lift & Ben Bounce - Quick Trigger

Purchase via Wax Thematique, iTunes, Amazon


Purchase via Bandcamp

Shark Dad - De Basement Tapes

Purchase via Bandcamp

Sleeping Thru Sunday - Shipwrecked EP

Purchase via Bandcamp

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