The Fortnightly: October 3rd – October 16th

The Fortnightly: October 3rd – October 16th

 

In this edition of The Fortnightly, Julie spotlights the upcoming St. Vincent show. Check out the rest of our collective picks at the bottom:

 

St. Vincent @ Old Rock House, Thursday, October 6th, 2011:

My favorite interview with Annie Clark is from this past January, in which she states, “Tea is for pussies.” 2007′s Marry Me captivates, 2009′s Actor amuses, but her new album, Strange Mercy is definitely a record made by the Texas gal who said, “I dabbled with vegetarianism in college but I mean, who didn’t?” It’s a precision demolition of sparkling lyrics and glitchy guitar noise. And a theramin solo, you guys.

LISTEN: Northern Lights.

Thursday night at Old Rock House, St. Vincent returns to St. Louis with her enigmatic facial expressions, her achingly beautiful voice, and her fricking rad guitar skills. Show up for this one, unless you like regretting things forever.

 

Monday, 10/3: Zee Avi w/ Andy Berkhout and Audri & Aaron at Off Broadway
Tuesday, 10/4: Yuck at The Firebird
Wednesday, 10/5: Futurebirds w/ The Dive Poets, Royal Smokestacks, and Thomas Hardy at Cicero’s
Thursday, 10/6: St. Vincent at Old Rock House
Friday, 10/7: Anna Vogelzang w/ Morgan Nusbaum (CD Release), Daniel & the Lion, and The Skekses at Foam
Friday, 10/7: The Warbuckles at Atomic Cowboy
Sunday, 10/9: Beirut at The Pageant
Tuesday, 10/11: Jump Starts in-store at Vintage Vinyl
Wednesday, 10/12: Revolver at The Firebird
Wednesday, 10/12: Widespread Panic at The Peabody
Thursday, 10/13: BITCH PLEASE DJ sets upstairs at The Bleeding Deacon (FYI: Event poster slightly NSFW. Now we know you’ll click it…)
Friday, 10/14: Caleb Travers w/ Owen Pye at Off Broadway
Friday, 10/14: Maid Rite and Beth Bombara at Tap Room
Saturday, 10/15: Perennial Grand Opening – Beth Bombara w/ Karl Eggers
Sunday, 10/16: Das Racist at The Firebird

 

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About Julie Dill

Julie Dill loves the city of St. Louis, clever noise, and feelings. Even more than these things, she loves people who also shamelessly love these things. On top of live show reviews, she also writes lots and lots of tweets while she avoids her three book projects, each of which already has a killer soundtrack.

October 03. 2011 by Julie Dill
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