Greetings! Whilst undergoing changes in staff we have neglected the blog and for that, we are sorry. However, we’d like to get the ball rolling again with a “better late than never” playlist. Let’s relive November, shall we? From the … Read more
This month, we kick things off with some shambling rock’n’roll (The Love Language, Sonny & The Sunsets), descend quickly into doom and gloom (THC, Pallbearer), and then resurface with bright pop (Said The Whale, American Authors). There’s a whole lot … Read more
We commence June’s playlist with Kylesa’s “111 Degree Heat Index,” because, you know, it’s gonna be hot outside. From there, we’ve got more scorching metal (Torche, Baroness, Blood Ceremony), and then a brief pop punk interlude (The Menzingers, Dead Milkmen) … Read more
Our May schedule is chock-full of rock’n’roll (Deer Tick, Black Angels, Natural Child), scorching metal (Boris, Pallbearer, Royal Thunder), out-there pop (Camper Van Beethoven, Hockey, Har Mar Superstar, Deep Sea Diver), weirdo electro (Black Moth Super Rainbow, Michna, Oscillator Bug), … Read more
Plenty of pop punk in the month of March: Man Overboard/The Story So Far, The Wonder Years, letlive., and more, all available for your listening pleasure above. Also, Pinback! Unknown Mortal Orchestra with Foxygen! Dessa! Wowowow, let’s go to some … Read more
We’ve got a stacked line-up in February, as evidenced by the playlist above. Want some carefully constructed pop? WE’VE GOT CAREFULLY CONSTRUCTED POP (Kishi Bashi, Plume Giant, Matt Pond, Jukebox The Ghost, and on and on). How about reggae vibes? … Read more
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In the course of reflecting on 2012 here at The Firebird, it makes sense that we’d consider concert posters, for reasons two-fold. On one hand, we’re lucky to have a great community of artists in St. Louis from whom we … Read more
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Behold, some choice photos from some choice shows in 2012! Click through to enlarge, and stay tuned for more from last year in the next few days. All photos care of Bryan Sutter. Previously in our 2012 Review: Favorite Staff … Read more