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“You can really come to love a live album for entirely different reasons.” | An Interview with Brian Roberts of Ha Ha Tonka

Originally published on KDHX.org

“We’ve never shied away from writing about the place we’re from, the people we know, the stories we’ve heard. The Ozarks seem to be an endless well to draw from and we like touching on those themes. It’s a fascinating place,” Brian Roberts tells me over the phone from Sawhorse Studios in St. Louis.

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Deceased Jazz DJ’s Enormous Record Collection to be Sold at Euclid Records

Originally published in Riverfront Times.

Dave Brubeck. Dexter Gordon. Dizzy Gillespie. Grant Green. If you don’t know who any of these musicians are, your score at trivia during the lightning round might take a serious hit.

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Tame Impala Return to Deliver Seizure-Inducing Psychedelia

Originally published on KDHX.org

“Does anyone know what day of the week it is?” singer Kevin Parker asked the crowd. “That’s actually an honest question,” he clarified, pointing to his bandmate, laughing. It was a clear indication that his band, Tame Impala, has been moving so fast that time is simply not on their radar.

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SXSW 2015 | Spoon Looms Large, King Tuff Gets Magical and Leon Bridges Brings Back a Golden Era

Originally published on KDHX.org

As far as music festivals go, SXSW in Austin, Texas still reigns supreme. The entire event not only covers music but also film and interactive media, making it a hot-spot for startups, tech gurus and film buffs. But the music schedule is the bread and butter.

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