Song Shares



Heaven on N. Gore: Molly Simms & Her Most-Spun Euclid Records

Record stores are one of those magical places that breed culture and self-discovery. They attract weirdos, hipsters, fanatics and extremists. Very much like flea market culture, it is unique unto itself and attractive for that reason. Like being a part of some exclusive club, or finally finding a special niche to fit into, the record store… Read more »


In Review


Vintage Trouble with Tom “Papa” Ray at The Ready Room 10/28/15

The Ready Room in The Grove celebrated St. Louis’ fiftieth year of Archdom with Vintage Trouble last night. Tom “Papa” Ray was spinning cratefuls of local soul selections, including the classic 45 “St. Louis Breakdown” by Oliver Sain, which was recorded on nearby Natural Bridge Road. Papa Ray’s set was basically the goings-on of what… Read more »


In Review


Bully with Fake Limbs and Heat at Off Broadway 10/7/15

“So stand still, Don’t you wanna be a part of something bigger, Something strange, is catching up to you.” Alicia Bognanno’s gravelly, Cobain-esque scream reverberated across the brick of STL’s favorite rock club last night. Montreal’s Heat and Chicago’s Fake Limbs were supporting.  Here’s a few photos and notes. ✒ Bully Bully drummer Stewart Copeland went to… Read more »