Brigid Young reviews Peach Pit's night at Foellinger Auditorium.
Julia Hartman interviews Elsinore's Ryan Groff on the life, music, and the release of their new album, A Life in the 21st Century.
Performing works by Aaron Jay Kernis, Béla Bartók, and Johannes Brahms, the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra display their mastery at combining emotive force with formal ingenuity.
This week offers a few great excuses to take a trip out to Bloomington, but just as many to visit local venues, too! Highlights include two underground-ish shows, LLYN, Black-Eyed Lilies, and two release shows.
Joe Ingolia sits down with Sarah Cramer to discuss her craft and upcoming projects.
John checks out Open Jam Wednesday at the Canopy Club: a laid back, monthly gathering of local musicians, hosted by local band, Grand Ambassador.
This week's musical offerings may start off light, but it's going to be a hot weekend to warm you up from wind and snow. Highlights include Motes, Elsinore's album release show, and Bones Jugs and The Mighty Pines.
Dylan Gray recounts his final interview with recently disbanded CU funk group, Flat Moon Theory.
November's music offerings are starting off strong. Highlights include Overworry, Vestiges, Unemployed Architects, and Meadowhawk.
Eric snapped some awesome shots at this weekend's CU Folk and Roots Fest.
Julia recaps Friday night's line-up at the Rose Bowl Tavern.
Ben outlines what's happening in live music this week.
In our Music section, you can find a wide variety of coverage on our scene — whether it is a review of a local artist’s new album, a preview of an upcoming performance in C-U, or something in between — we’ll keep you up to date.