Good For You and Gregg Ginn, J Rabbit, Talk Normal and More Show Flyers

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Skateboarder Mike Vallely's band, Good for You visits Spirit's Lounge on April 27th and are accompanied by Black Flag guitarist, Greg Ginn's solo project. Noise-rock band, Talk Normal stops by The Demo on March 16th. More show flyers below:

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Slightly Stoopid, Murs, Pomegranates and More Show Flyers

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Slightly Stoopid brings their signature Cali ska/punk sound to the Pageant on April 18th. Murs visits the Gramophone on March 5th, as part of the Road to Paid Dues tour. More show flyers, below:

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Kishi Bashi, Joan of Arc, Rakim, and More Show Flyers

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Kishi Bashi, the solo endeavor of K Ishibashi (founding member of Jupiter One, touring member of Regina Spektor and Of Montreal) is playing the Firebird on February 16th. Tim Kinsella, who first burst onto the scene with the most influential indie-emo band you've never heard of, Cap'n Jazz, will be stopping at the Demo on February 23rd with his most enduring project, Joan of Arc. Regarded by many as one of hip-hop's greatest MCs, Rakim will appear at the Coliseum on March 8th. More show flyers, below:

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Big Sam's Funky Nation, Matt Pond, dada and More Show Flyers

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Eclectic Trombonist Big Sam will perform with his self-described "Noladelic powerfunk" band, the Funky Nation, on February 8th at the Old Rock House. Matt Pond PA visits the Firebird, February 15th, in support of their new album, "The Lives Inside the Lines in your Hand." More show flyers, below:

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Inspectah Deck, Umphrey's McGee, and More Show Flyers

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Inspectah Deck, perhaps the most underrated member of the Wu Tang Clan, returns to Fubar this Saturday for the second time in five months. Umphrey's McGee will play a two night stand at the Pageant the second weekend of February. More show flyers, below:

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Sound and Vision: Jeremy Kannapell on the New Music Circle's 54th Year

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Jeremy Kannapell
Caboladies perform at White Flag Projects on Friday, January 18

Stemming back to its foundation in 1959, the St. Louis-based New Music Circle has moved forward as torchbearer in the curation of both regional and international innovators of avant-garde music. Embracing everything from modular synthesis and experimental turntablism to free improvisation and tape manipulation, the NMC extinguishes derogatory blanket labels such as "noise" and "free jazz;" offering unique performances nothing short of sublime. Responsible for bringing acts like Tony Conrad, Morton Subotnick, The Golden Quartet, and Keith Fullerton Whitman to St. Louis over the years, the NMC continues to push boundaries across the sonic spectrum with efforts by the organization and their Program Coordinator, Jeremy Kannapell. This season the NMC has teamed up with like-minded venues like the Luminary Center for the Arts, Contemporary Art Museum, and White Flag Projects to present St. Louis spectators with performances from a quintet led by NYC pianist Kris Davis, a trio led by Danish improv saxophonist Lotte Anker, and the introduction of a film program curated by the Los Angeles-based art-film archive, Center For Visual Music.

See also:
-The New Music Circle Showcase Celebrates the end of the 2011-2012 Season
-After 52 years, the New Music Circle Still Lives Up to its Name
-New Music Circle Challenges St. Louis Audiences with an Imaginative, Innovative Concert Series

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No Coast Skateboards Music Festival with PT's Sport's Cabaret

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Bands, boards and babes are only a portion of what you can expect at No Coast Skateboards' event this Saturday.

Located in the parking lot of PT's Sport's Cabaret (200 Monsanto Ave, Sauget, IL) and sponsored by Pabst Blue Ribbon, the exhibition will celebrate the beer's introduction to PT's alcohol selection. Local bands Draculahead, the Scam, Spark 1 Duh, Violations, $ River, Bug Chaser, Midwest Avengers and F.O.A.D. will rock the all-day music festival portion of the proceedings.

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Active Child, Deer Tick and Other Show Flyers

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Meditate on the metaphysical with Active Child this Thursday at the Firebird. Pat Grossi combines ethereal falsettos and swelling harmonies with billowing harp that floats over an electronic horizon. Deer Tick is four albums deep into its catalogue, and now come with David Letterman's approval. The band makes rock n' roll that could comfortably tread over a dirt path. See them at The Firebird on Wednesday. Shows are happening elsewhere this week as well; check a few of them out below.

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Maps and Atlases, Royal Bangs, and More Show Flyers

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The Lumineers, Portugal. the Man, and Other Show Flyers

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Coming to the Duck Room this Wednesday is the Colorado trio the Lumineers. The band induces nostalgic daydreams of yore. Portugal. the Man will come to The Pageant this Sunday with The Lonely Forest and St. Louis's Union Tree Review in tow. More show flyers, below.

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