Drekka and Lather Sommer brought their midwest tour through Kismet Creative Center with an appearance by local trio Harris/Cunningham/Chizmo.
We joined The People’s Key @ The Stage at KDHX for their latest tribute performance, Here Comes The Jazz. A one-night-only jazz interpretation of the 1979 classic.
New Music Circle closed their 58th season with a night of Experimental music from both local and national acts. Including Robert Beatty, Matchess, Nadir Smith, and Hylidae. The event was held on Saturday May 13th at the William A Kerr Foundation.
The Octopus Project played The Atomic Cowboy on April 19th with local support by So Many Dynamos and Made-Up.
Bruxism No. 26 @ Schlafly Tap Room feat. Catholic Guilt, ICE, and Beauty Pageant.
Kristeen Young kicked off the final weekend of shows this month with a free in-store performance at Vintage Vinyl. The St. Louis singer-songwriter performed alongside Sylvia Black on Bass and “Baby” Jeff White on the drums. This was the first time Kristeen has done a show in St. Louis in over a year. The…
New York’s Black Phebe Trio was presented by New Music Circle March 16th at KDHX.
Conscious Keys presents Jazz Side of the Moon with The People’s Key. A psychedelicS interpretation of the Pink Floyd classic album.
These are the top 10 music releases of January 2017 hand selected by the crew here at Sound of STL. You can follow our new music playlist for January 2017 on Spotify. Album: Bonobo – Migration Genre: Electronica/Acid Jazz Release Date: January 13, 2017 Migration is Bonobo’s sixth album, expanding his library of ambient electronica….
On Friday evening, New Music Circle brought the improvisational jazz of Hamid Drake and Iva Bittová to Joe’s Café and Gallery, a small but unique venue tucked away from the bustle of Delmar Boulevard. The mission of New Music Circle is to enrich the St. Louis region with experimental and avant-garde performances. These unique events…