Lady Lamb, Ezra Bell and Motherfolk are family folk favorites. But maybe you want something more … energetic.
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The quirkiness of “Rocky Horror” brought in people from all over St. Louis; in fact, the Tivoli was sold out.
With “Everything Now,” Arcade Fire tried and failed to be edgy in a frankly embarrassing way.
The first time I heard Ezra Bell was completely by chance. The strings, piano, horn and vocals came together in an eerie and stunning way to create a unique sound that has stuck with me ever since.
After over a year of waiting, the fourth season of “BoJack Horseman” was released on Netflix on Sept. 8, and it would be an understatement to say that I was incredibly excited for it.
LouFest has, to be honest, fluctuated in quality quite a bit over the past few years, and although this LouFest may not have a lot of big names (other than the headliners of course), it does have a handful of my favorite artists and bands on the undercard.
So just like Lil Yachty has his Summer Songs collections, here are my Summer Songs 2(017).
“DAMN.”—in addition to the quality of the music itself (which is amazing)—is so full of symbolism and metaphor that each song could have an entire paper written about it.