Andrew Jackson Jihad, leaders of the folk-punk revolution, returned to St. Louis last night with openers Cheap Girls and Dogbreth. An enthusiastic audience greeted the bands at the Firebird, and we sent photographer Theo Welling to the show to capture the highlights.
EDM fans packed the house last night as bass-dropping superstar Skrillex performed at Chaifetz Arena along with Dillon Francis and What So Not. We sent photographer Jason Stoff to the show, and the pictures he brought back display a colorful audience having a wonderful time.
Subversive sound purveyors Apop Records (2831 Cherokee Street; 314-664-6575) celebrated ten years in business with a party at Plush (3224 Locust Street; 314-535-2686) over the weekend. The show featured dark dance-pop, punk and noise from near and far. Check out some scenes from the evening.
Sofia Reta performs at Apop's tenth birthday party. | Photos by Mabel Suen
Flaming Lips brought an unsurprisingly over-the-top set to the Pageant last night, with so much confetti and streamers it seems likely that you'll be able to find remnants from the show in the building for months to come. We sent photographer Jason Stoff to catch the highlights of the spectacle.
The "Rehydrate" pool party kicked off summer in style this weekend with its monthly summer pool party at Ameristar in St. Charles, featuring DJ sets from Scotty Boy and Dean Mason. We sent photographer Jon Gitchoff to the show to capture the summer fun.
The eighteenth installment of KDHX's (88.1 FM) Twangfest kicked off at Plush last night, bringing performances from Cody ChesnuTT, DeRobert & the Half-Truths, and Theresa Payne to an enthusiastic crowd.
As in years past, the festival will move to Off Broadway tonight, where it will remain for the rest of its run through Saturday. Remaining performers include Rodney Crowell, Centro-matic, Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin, the Dream Syndicate and more -- check out the full lineup here.More »
Memphis post-punk rockers Ex-Cult came through town over the weekend for a rowdy show at Melt on Cherokee Street. It was the last show of this tour for the band, who played with appropriate urgency. We sent photographer Bryan Sutter to the show to catch the highlights. Here are our favorite photos:
Jimmy Tebeau, frontman of the Schwag, made his big return to the stage this Saturday at the Pageant, to the delight of the many tie-dyed fans in attendance. Tebeau finished up his prison stint in March of this year. Good behavior and a plea deal got his sentence reduced, and now Tebeau is out of the clink and staying in a halfway house in St. Louis.
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Walking Internet meme/rapper Riff Raff stopped by the Ready Room on Friday, bringing giant cardboard cutouts of his face, venue-shaking trap beats and ratchet babes with him. We sent photographer Theo Welling to the show to capture the madness -- here are our favorite photos from a wild night.