Baths The Firebird St. Louis, MO October 22, 2013 It had been far too long since I had seen a legitimate show, so I was more than a little excited to see Baths at one of my favorite St. Louis venues. In general, The Firebird usually is kind of like seeing a show in your parents’ basement. The ceilings are low, the lights are lower, and there are a couple of stray pinball machines. This glorious basement effect was only
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Ghostface Killah 2720 Cherokee St. Louis, MO 4/27/2013 Probably more than any other Wu-Tang member, Ghostface Killah has a flair for the dramatic in his intricate storytelling. He likes his albums to have a very natural first, second and third act, and the same can certainly be said of his live show. I’m going to lay the groundwork for what transpired Saturday night, but want to let Todd jump in at the end for some further thoughts, since I had
Louis C.K. October 6, 2012 St. Louis, MO The Fabulous Fox Theatre While we normally keep most of our commentary to music, we all enjoy other forms of entertainment as well. So when I was lucky enough to catch Louis C.K. at the Fox Theatre last Saturday, and was duly impressed, I thought it more than appropriate to write a review (and mostly just sing the praises of Louis C.K.).
Dan Deacon The Firebird St. Louis, MO September 2, 2012 Question: What do you get when you combine eight Dan Deacon newbies, an America theme, and complete lack of inhibitions? Answer: A text message from one of your fellow attendees the following morining that says “I’m pretty sure I got ghosted” followed simply by “Holy what the f***”. Let me set the stage for you a little more completely. If you aren’t familiar with Dan Deacon, he recently released a
M83 Show Review St. Louis, MO: The Pageant May 2, 2012 Much like Todd’s experience at Coachella, it is always difficult to extricate my personal experience from how good the actual show was, and review it appropriately. Throw in a few drinks and some good friends, and any situation can be an absolute pleasure. But a show review is not about how much fun I had, instead it has to be about how well the band performed, and I regret