Another day, another sold-out show at The Pageant. Spring tours are in full effect and indie rockers Death Cab for Cutie have made the most of it, touring in support of their latest album Kintsugi. Check it out! http://bit.ly/deathcabforcutiepageantstlouis
On May 4th, alt-county pioneers Wilco returned to St. Louis for a sold out show at The Pageant on their 20th anniversary tour. This sorta-hometown performance was about as memorable as these things get. http://bit.ly/WilcoSaintLouis
Last night at OFF BROADWAY MUSIC VENUE Nashville's own six-string samurais Diarrhea Planet brought the heat after their Infinity Cat Recordings labelmates Left & Right and St. Louis' own Bruiser Queen brought the firewood. http://bit.ly/1F1EmiT
Los Punk hosted a rowdy night with Tampa Bay's Permanent Makeup and local weirdos Animal Teeth, Dad Jr. and Q. There was spilled beer, cross-dressing, and uncooperative mic stands. http://bit.ly/1qStFLm
If you live in St. Louis, I highly suggest you pick up the latest issue of Eleven Magazine, which just hit the streets. Not only did my piece about going to Southern California to cover Burgerama III make the cover, but there's a great article on my friends Dots Not Feathers new album Dolphin World as well as a preview of Ashley Hohman's "Crime and Punishment" joint exhibit with Dustin McChesney. Check it out!