Fall break concert roundup
Saturday, Oct. 13
Teenage Wrist, The Bronx, Thrice
—8 p.m. at The Pageant
Teenage Wrist, The Bronx and Thrice are three alternative rock groups coming together for a rockin’ night this coming Saturday.
The Frights and Hot Flash Heat Wave
—8 p.m. at Fubar
This is my fall break concert choice. The Frights are a surf punk band, and opener Hot Flash Heat Wave is a rock group. These two bands are great selections to bring a fun night of rock to St. Louis.
Sunday, Oct. 14
—8 p.m. at The Blue Note
This selection requires a bit of a drive out to Columbia, Mo., which is a perfect outing for fall break. Lauv is a popular electronic artist best known for energetic dance beats.
—8 p.m. at the Blueberry Hill Duck Room
The Coronas are an indie rock band based in Ireland. If you don’t want to go all the way out to Columbia for Lauv, The Coronas are a great choice right by campus.
Monday, Oct. 15
KEN Mode and Birds in Row
—7:30 p.m. at Fubar
KEN Mode is a metal band that delivers on angst factor. KEN stands for “Kill Everyone Now.” Birds in Row is a punk band from France that specializes in hardcore emotion and sound.
A Hawk and a Hacksaw
—8 p.m. at Foam
A Hawk and a Hacksaw is a folk duo featuring an accordionist and a violinist. Both are extremely talented musicians who deserve a larger venue for their St. Louis show. Fun fact: The accordionist was Neutral Milk Hotel’s drummer.