Firebird St. Louis

The Dear Hunter

The Dear Hunter

Kay Kay and His Weathered Underground, O'Brother, The Felix Culpa

Tue 07.26

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 7:30 pm

$12.00 - $14.00

This event is all ages

$2 minor surcharge at the door

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The Dear Hunter
The Dear Hunter
The Dear Hunter is a full-time project of Casey Crescenzo, formerly of post-hardcore band The Receiving End of Sirens. The band's sound is not unlike that of Casey's former band, but with more alternative and progressive rock tendencies and a wider variety of instrumentation.
Kay Kay and His Weathered Underground
Kay Kay and His Weathered Underground
Kay Kay and His Weathered Underground is an indie band started by Kirk Huffman and Kyle O'Quin of Gatsbys American Dream. Like Gatsbys, the band draws influence from a wide variety of musical genres. Though the band only has three official members, they have been known to perform with as many as 11 additional musicians on stage.
O'Brother
O'Brother
The early birthing pains of O?Brother saw Michael Martens, Johnny Dang, and his brother Anton Dang joined in making quiet climbs from graceful notes, a struck pose to an older guitar focused indie-rock. But as is the duty of all freshman bands members fade off and new friends, like Tanner Merritt and Aaron Wamack, joined establishing a new vision, and accidentally stumbling into the dark 2009 debut EP The Death of Day.

"The music we like to put together is dark, but so is the subject matter, so the medium has to be as well," O'Brother?s lead singer/guitarist Tanner Merritt spells out the capturing of the Georgia band?s first five written songs.

To break the cimmerian shade of an album based around sleep and its emboss to the natural world a dynamic had to be created, a wall of density given breathe and firm grip around melodies unable to wander. The expected sprawl of soft, then loud, then back to soft was sacrificed projecting a new luminance where the strength was in the tiny twisting light that exhales from the EP as a whole.

The band sought to keep their on stage essence by laying the album down live, forgoing the studio temptation to fill each space. Recorded by Brad Fisher with assistance from Manchester Orchestra?s Andy Hull the best takes were chosen for keys and effects to be added in later creating the soundscapes tucked beneath each song.

Since the 2009 release the band has shared stages with Thrice, Circa Survive, Manchester Orchestra, Biffy Clyro. Ready to record again the band is in a new dawn; where the sun is rising and a new eclectic output is being embraced.

?I think we are enjoying the writing of our full length more than we did with the EP,? Martens explains the bands next step. ?It is more of a shared experience with this one because everyone is writing. The music is coming out better t
The Felix Culpa
The Felix Culpa
The Felix Culpa is a four-piece band from the Illinois/Wisconsin border. They are best described as a Progressive Indie band with post-hardcore elements.