“Poppin’ Tags.” It’s been on the Billboard Hot 100 for 21 weeks now. It held the number 1 spot for four weeks in a row, only to be bumped to number 2 for the past couple of weeks by “Harlem Shake” – the latest meme to sweep the nation. Macklemore & Ryan‘s “Thrift Shop” is […]
Growing up in the 90s, it seemed like no music really dominated the decade. There was the alternative rock scene, consisting of bands like Nirvana, Alice and Chains, and Stone Temple Pilots. While alternative music often dominated my CD player, rap was also a fixture in my car, as my friends and I often spent […]
STOMP Brings Unique Music to the Fabulous Fox Theater January 11-13! Interview With Prop Master Sam Weaver!
STOMP returns to the Fabulous Fox Theatre in St. Louis from January 11-13! Tickets are on sale now at MetroTix or call 314-534-1111 (starting at $23). We had the chance to speak with Sam Weaver, Prop Master for the North American Tour. We talked to Sam about how he got involved with STOMP, what it […]
Click here to download Kid Cut Up’s Supermix, featuring music from artists such as Bassnectar, Black Eyed Peas, Daft Punk, JDilla, KRS 1, Major Lazer, MGMT, Nine Inch Nails, Pretty Lights, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Rob Base, and many many more… Kid Cut Up Bio: Raised in Milwaukee, WI, but currently living in Los […]
My first performance to review for the new season was a real treat! The Saint Louis Symphony decided to take on Gustav Mahler’s “Symphony No. 3 in D Minor” (performed without intermission). Clocking in at around and hour and forty minutes, it is Mahler’s longest written piece. Filling the conductor’s position was David Robertson, in […]
Some of my favorite bands people have heard but simply don’t realize the fact. For instance, I tell people one of my favorite bands of all time is Toad the Wet Sprocket. People hear the name and usually ask, “Who?” When I play one of their singles, though, the typical response is, “Oh, I didn’t […]
Ska-punk stalwarts Reel Big Fish conquered The Pageant July 12. They played “Sell Out,” “Beer” and their version of A-Ha’s “Take On Me” while telling corny jokes and encouraging circle pits. Blah, blah, blah. None of this is news. I started putting together a review, but then I realized that I really had nothing left […]