We caught the debut of local indie band Sorry, Scout when they opened up for LS XPRSS at The Monocle on November 9, 2017.
After a rough start in 2017, Mutemath is back in full force with their current album tour Play Dead Live. The tour made a stop in town here at The Pageant on October 27, 2017.
On September 30th Deerhoof brought their tour through the Ready Room with special guests Lily and Horn Horse & Christina Schneider’s Genius Grant.
Broken Social Scene brought their Hug of Thunder tour through St. Louis with a stop at The Pageant on September 24, 2017.
Local experimental artist Alex Cunningham is celebrating the release of his latest album “Ache” with a show at Foam on Cherokee: 09/15/17 at 8:00 PM. Tickets are $5.
LouFest Music Festival 2017 was extremely successful and an amazing display of what St. Louis is all about. We’ve narrowed down our Top 5 highlights from the festival.
Here are the 5 acts you need to see at Loufest 2017, the annual music and culture festival here in Forest Park. Weekend passes and day passes are available for the festival which will be held September 9th and 10th.
Photo Gallery: Phuzz, The Fade, & Orphan Welles. August 03, 2017 at The Firebird.
Drekka and Lather Sommer brought their midwest tour through Kismet Creative Center with an appearance by local trio Harris/Cunningham/Chizmo.
We headed 3 hours away to Three Sisters Park in Illinois to attend Summer Camp Music Festival, a favorite for many STL locals. The three day festival provided food, music, and art for all to enjoy on a lovely Memorial Day Weekend.
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.
Local pop band The Vanilla Beans played a mid-day set for the 30th Annual Art Fair at Laumeier Sculpture Park.