Missed Nick Swardson’s SOLD OUT show at the IMU? Get the details here.
I have attended Bonnaroo and Lollapalooza twice, and Pitchfork once. Each festival has had a different vibe. Here are some other festivals that are happening all over the country this summer. Counterpoint Music Festival April 25-27, 2014 in Kingston Downs, Georgia $199 (GA Camping) This three-day festival features four music stages. Counterpoint also has more »
Andy Stoll shares a few high school experiences, reflects on the opportunities of life, and offers a few pieces of advice on how to make the most of yours.
This week’s track of the week is, “Mother” by Said The Whale. The track starts with light beats, along with lyrics suggesting that we are always trying to show a good image to others. Said The Whale is using another way to express something young adults all have chances to face in college life, a more »
Check out Brad Pector’s insightful take on James Blake’s music and performance at the Englert theater.
Every band, especially a singer-songwriter, should be able to produce a sense of prestige and conviction while on stage. Mason Jennings’s performance Saturday, October 5th at The Englert succeeded in both of these aspects, as he sailed through a menagerie of melodic, guitar and piano based tracks. He quickly jumped into his set, with the more »
Check out this week’s track, “Bright Leaves” off of Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin’s new album, Fly By Wire.
Trumpet Blossom Café will be hosting musician Teaadora this Friday, November 8. Teaadora is participating in Mission Creek’s artist residency program and recorded with Luke Tweety at Flat Black Studios this past weekend. Teaadora’s sound is mysterious and haunting with slow finger-picking on electric guitar and a piercing falsetto voice. Doors open at 9pm and more »
KRUI’s very own Ethan Sturm caught Hip Hop & Reggae artist, Shotta G’s show in St. Louis. Check out the interview here.