The Ten Best Shows in St. Louis This Weekend: January 31 to February 2

Lizzie Weber CD Release
w/ Ellen the Felon, The Duo
@ The Gramophone
8 p.m. | $10
Local singer-songwriter Lizzie Weber rolls out her debut album, included on CD with admission. Get to know her in this 2013 profile. (MS)

The Tennis Lesson
w/ Me Like Bees, Humdrum
@ Schlafly Tap Room
9 p.m. | free
The Tennis Lesson only plays out but a couple times a year with the goal of rolling out an entirely new set each show, so catch 'em while you can. Learn more about this local pop and rock group and hear some tracks in this 2013 profile. (MS)

Thrashamania III
w/ Torn the Fuck Apart, Primal Breath, Animated Dead, Holy Smoke
@ Cusumano's Pizza
9 p.m. | $5
Make sure you head to the Mad Magician the following night for day two of Thrashamania... that is, if you think you can handle it, poser! (DH)

For more options this Friday, check out BRUXISM at Apop Records, Greg Brown at Sheldon Concert Hall and Street Fighting Band at the Pageant. Just click the links to read more via critics' previews from earlier this week.

Saturday (February 1):

Benefit for Local Harvest
w/ The Hobosexuals, Bathhouse Boys, Catholic Guilt, Black Panties, Relentless Approach, Maximum Effort, Rum Drum Ramblers
@ Lemmons
9 p.m. | $5
This show for heavy hardcore hitters Relentless Approach of Omaha, Nebraska links up with a bunch more locals in order to help keep Local Harvest Cafe & Grocery open. Local support features projects of past and present Local Harvest employees, with plenty of surprise guests in store. (MS)

The Tef Poe Experience
@ The Gramophone
12 p.m. | $10
No openers or headliners, just Tef Poe playing deep cuts and fan favorites from his musical career. Sure to be a good time! (DH)

Also on Saturday, Roky Erickson plays the Firebird for its five-year anniversary and Off Broadway hosts No Depression: A Tribute to Uncle Tupelo.

Yautja, a metallic hardcore band from Nashville featuring members of Coliseum and Gnarwhal, plays at CBGB Sunday.

Note: Though we wish we could, we can't feature every great show happening in town in just one measly post. Peruse the St. Louis concert calendar for more ideas any time. Let everyone know what else you're looking forward to seeing this weekend in the comments below, and submit show info online any time to be considered for inclusion on these lists.


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